You might think the UK lags behind the US, but when it comes to politics you would be very mistaken.
The UK set a racist, hate-crime, anti-establishment precedent earlier this year when it voted to leave the EU. Then, the US set a racist, hate-crime, anti-establishment president on Mexicans, Muslims, women and gay people.
Then came portmanteau number two: Bregret.
After politicians silently shrugged when asked about the magic £350m for the NHS, and hate crimes spiked, some Brexit voters regretted their vote.
And now, the US has copied again, and sunk into its own post-vote remorse.
Trump voters aren’t happy. They're so unhappy, in fact, a Tumblr page called Trumpgrets now exists to collate the moment Trump voters realise what they’ve done. It's a bit less catchy that Bregret, but just as tragic.
Ann Coulter wrote a book titled In Trump We Trust.
And she isn't alone in her Tremorse:
Going back on his promises to put Hillary Clinton in jail didn't go down too well on some voters:
And people really don't seem to like Trump's tweets: