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The Trump Loser Watch™

Our updated and definitive list of Donald Trump and the names he’s called various people—from loser to idiot to dummy


 
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump gestures during a campaign stop at Winnacunnet High School in Hampton, N.H., Friday, Aug. 14, 2015. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump gestures during a campaign stop at Winnacunnet High School in Hampton, N.H., Friday, Aug. 14, 2015. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)

Donald Trump’s campaign for the Republican nomination continues to charge through the American political scene. The public, the media, and his opponents are taking him more seriously with every new poll announcing his growing lead. Parsing his policy positions is difficult, though. He can be vague and is unwilling to provide specifics on foreign policy, economics, or health care. However, he is very specific about the people he doesn’t like: losers, idiots, morons and dummies. Veiled references, oblique asides, vague innuendos: these are not Trump’s style. If he thinks you’re a loser, he will tell you, bluntly, loudly and publicly.

Related: Allen Abel crosses the US to see what Americans really think of Trump

Here at Maclean’s, we hope to provide a public service by tracking this list, as an accurate reflection of the man, his mind, and his mission. We published an earlier roll call last month, but Trump is moving fast and we felt it required updating. If we’ve missed anyone, please advise us. It is our intention to make The Trump Loser Watch™ your definitive reference list for all your Trump needs.


  • Alex Pareene, Gawker writer
  • Loser
  • Alex Rodriguez, baseball player
  • Idiot
  • Alex Salmond, Scottish politician
  • Loser
  • Amy Pascal, former chairwoman of Sony Pictures
  • Loser
  • Ana Navarro, political commentator
  • Loser
  • Anderson Cooper, journalist
  • Dumb
  • Aneesh S, random Twitter user
  • Dummy
  • Angelo Carusone, vice-president of Media Matters
  • Loser
  • Anika Heinmaa, university student
  • Dummy
  • Anthony Baxter, filmmaker
  • Dummy
  • Arianna Huffington, publisher
  • Loser
  • Barack Obama, U.S. President
  • Idiot
  • Bill Maher, talk show host
  • Loser
  • Bill Moyers, liberal activist
  • Dummy
  • Bobby Jindal, governor of Louisiana
  • A zero
  • Brah Sumatra, random guy on Twitter
  • Dummy
  • Brett Jarka, random guy on Twitter
  • Loser
  • Brian Williams, former NBC News host
  • Dummy
  • Charles Freeman, writer
  • Dummy
  • Charles Krauthammer, columnist
  • Loser
  • Cher, singer
  • Loser
  • Chris Cillizza, journalist
  • Moron
  • Chris Jackson, basketball player
  • Loser
  • Chris Moody, journalist
  • Loser
  • Chuck Hagel, former defence secretary
  • Moron
  • Chuck Todd, journalist
  • Loser
  • Clare O’Connor, Forbes writer
  • Dummy
  • Dan Amira, senior editor at New York magazine
  • Loser
  • Danny Zuker, writer of TV’s Modern Family
  • Loser
  • Dave Centrist, unknown
  • Loser
  • David Cameron, British Prime Minister
  • Dummy
  • David Milne, resident of Menie, Scotland
  • Loser
  • Dr. Thomas Frieden, CDC director
  • Fool
  • Eric Schneiderman, N.Y. attorney general
  • Loser
  • Erick Erickson, red-state organizer
  • Loser
  • Frank Lutz, pollster
  • Loser
  • Gary, an astrologer in Cleveland
  • Loser
  • Gavin Rossdale, musician
  • Loser
  • George Will, columnist and author
  • Loser
  • Glenfiddich, a whisky brand
  • Joke
  • Graydon Carter, editor of Vanity Fair
  • Loser
  • Gwyneth Paltrow, actress
  • Loser
  • Harry Hurt, Trump biographer
  • Dummy
  • Hisham Elzanaty, businessman
  • Loser
  • Howard Stern, radio host
  • Loser
  • Huffington Post, online news aggragator
  • Loser
  • J Papadopoulos, Australian
  • Moron
  • Jamie Flood, Doctor Who fan
  • Dummy
  • Jacqueline Goldberg, 87-year-old grandmother
  • Loser
  • Jeb Bush, Republican candidate
  • Loser
  • Jerry Seinfeld, comic (net worth $700m)
  • Failure
  • John Heilemann, journalist
  • Dummy
  • John McCain, U.S. Senator and war hero
  • Loser
  • Jon Stewart, comedian
  • Dummy
  • Jonah Goldberg, editor of National Review
  • Loser
  • Karl Rove, political strategist
  • Loser
  • Kirsten Powers, political pundit
  • Dummy
  • Kristina Oakes, One Direction fan
  • Moron
  • Lawrence O’Donnell, MSNBC host
  • Fool
  • Lindsey Graham
  • Idiot
  • Lord Sugar, English business magnate
  • Loser
  • Mark Cuban, investor
  • Loser
  • Megyn Kelly, Fox News journalist
  • Loser
  • Michael Forbes, Scottish farmer
  • Loser
  • Michele Shephard, business executive
  • Dummy
  • Michelle Malkin, conservative blogger
  • Loser
  • Mike Tollin, documentary filmmaker
  • Loser
  • New York Daily News, newspaper
  • Loser
  • Nick McDougall, random guy on Twitter
  • Dummy
  • Nick Vranas, salesman
  • Dummy
  • Patch.com, news website
  • Loser
  • Patrick Blackburn
  • Moron
  • Paul Goldberger, architecture critic
  • Loser
  • Philip Crowther, French journalist
  • Loser
  • Random Twitter User #1
  • Loser
  • Random Twitter User #2
  • Loser
  • Random Twitter User #3
  • Idiot
  • Random Twitter User #4
  • Loser
  • Random Twitter User #5
  • Dummy
  • Random Twitter User #6
  • Loser
  • Random Twitter User #7
  • Dummy
  • Random Twitter User #8
  • Moron
  • Richard Belzer, actor
  • Stone Cold Loser
  • Rihanna, singer
  • Loser
  • Robert Yopp, refrigerator repairman
  • Dummy
  • Roger Stone, former Trump advisor
  • Stone Cold Loser
  • Rosie O’Donnell, talk show host
  • Loser
  • Russell Brand, actor
  • Loser
  • Ryan Matt, guy in Phoneix
  • Loser
  • Salon, news website
  • Loser
  • Sarah A. Wescot-Williams, Prime Minister of Sint Maarten
  • Loser
  • Sasha Baron Cohen, actor and comedian
  • Moron
  • Seth Meyers, talk show host
  • Loser
  • Sheena Monnin, former Miss Pennsylvania
  • Loser
  • Shelly Kulwin, lawyer
  • Fool
  • Star Jones, lawyer
  • Fool
  • Terry Pegula, Buffalo Bills owner
  • Loser
  • Thamsanqa Jantjie, sign-language interpreter at Mandela funeral
  • Moron
  • Theo Moll, Vice columnist
  • Dummy
  • Thokozile Masipa, Oscar Pistorius trial judge
  • Moron
  • Tim O’Brien, novelist
  • Loser
  • Timothy Burke, Deadspin writer
  • Loser
  • Tina Brown, magazine editor
  • Loser
  • Tom Allen, random Twitter user
  • Moron
  • Tom Scocca, Deadspin editor
  • Loser
  • Yolie, LGBT activist
  • Loser

 

The Trump Loser Watch™

  1. Why don’t you list the crimes and accusations against Hilary Clinton? Just to be fair. You are quick to disparage Trump when the Democrat front runner has a list of inconsistencies and lies that would fill you page.

  2. Trump is popular as lobbyists and back room did not buy him nor control him like a puppet on the string. He is free to say it as it is, refreshing, as you can’t fix what you will not admit is broken. And Trump understands words that the halls of government waste and incompetence rarely hear, “Your Fired!”.

    Take Hilary Clinton, as US Secretary of State she got $50M Arab government money, for her foundation. Thats a massive conflict of interest. Why does media not ask Hilary what a POTUS is worth? If a conservative/republican did what Hillary did we would not hear the end of it from biased, left journalism. But hey, its just more proof the back room corruption runs our country when media gives left corruption a free pass.

    Trump can make real changes as he isn’t in anyone’s pocket but his own. Too rich for anyone to buy as he is a success. Being a POTUS is a desire, not a money power trip for lobbyists support. He is the peoples man.

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