Donald Trump has been called many things during his campaign for the White House. But now there is a simple two-word name being affixed to the Republican presidential candidate.
Among the first to bestow the label was Matt Drudge of the Drudge Report, who on Tuesday night posted an image of Trump parting a sea of fans in an image that looked like a Rolling Stone cover shot of a pop music icon.
Drudge said the rest of it in a sparsely worded tweet.
“There has been little doubt for months… AND ZERO DOUBT TONIGHT!” he wrote.
Read more: Western Journalism
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