Someone invented a new word for Donald Trump and people think it's perfect


Anyone who reads articles about the White House, or has watched The West Wing, will know that POTUS stands for President of the United States.

It's a useful shorthand used by everyone from the Secret Service to journalists to identify the President while also giving their full title.

But in these divided times, not everyone feels comfortable recognising Donald Trump as POTUS.

It might be because he didn't win the popular vote.

Or the time he mocked a disabled reporter.

Or the time he boasted that he could grab women by the crotch and get away with it, because he's famous.

Or the many other times he said degrading things about women.

Well, for those of you who need another way to address Donald Trump this person has found the perfect solution for you:

SCROTUS. So Called Ruler of the United States.

It's certainly gone down well with the people:

From what we can gather, it was comedian and writer Elayne Boosler who coined the phrase originally.

Go forth, and enjoy your new word.

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