From politicians to talk show hosts, President Trump has resorted to name-calling on multiple occasions. Crooked Hillary might be one of Trump's most used nicknames. This is what he called his opponent Hillary Clinton throughout his campaign.
Steve Bannon, Trump's ex-chief strategist, was named 'Sloppy Steve' by the President in January after his contributions to Michael Wolff's book 'Fire and Fury.'
Pres. Trump often called Sen. Bernie Sanders 'Crazy Bernie' throughout the 2016 election.
Of course, Hillary and Bernie were not the only opponents to get nicknames during the election. GOP presidential candidate Marco Rubio was dubbed 'Little Marco.'
Another Republican candidate, Sen. Tom Cruz, got his own nickname, 'Lyin' Ted.'
Pres. Trump called North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un 'Rocket Man' at the 2017 United Nations General Assembly.
Trump finds himself at odds with quite a few politicians. That's why he referred to Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer as 'Cryin' Chuck.'
Sen. Bob Corker has been feuding with Trump for quite some time. This sparked Trump's nickname for him, 'Liddle’ Bob Corker.
Republican Sen. Jeff Flake was another politician who feuded with Trump this year. Trump called him 'Jeff Flakey.'
Trump has called Sen. Elizabeth Warren 'Pocahontas' quite a few times, referencing her claims of having Native American ancestors.
Pres. Trump dubbed Sen. Al Franken as 'Al Frankenstein' after the Democratic senator was accused of sexual assault.
Rep. Frederica Wilson earned her nickname, 'Wacky Congressman Wilson,' after she publicly defended a Gold Star family who spoke out against Trump.
Joe Scarborough, co-host of MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” criticized Trump's presidency. Trump hit back with the nickname 'Psycho Joe.'
Mika Brzezinski, the other co-host of "Morning Joe," did not escape Trump's name-calling. He called her 'Dumb as a Rock Mika' on Twitter.
Former Fox News and current NBC TODAY anchor Megyn Kelly also received a nickname, 'Crazy Megyn.'
Trump has been dealing out nicknames for years. He first called NBC News correspondent Chuck Todd 'Sleepy Eyes' back in 2012.