NASHVILLE, Tenn., April 20, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Donald Trump and nicknames go together like fire and gasoline. Whether you love him or loathe him, he's getting a lot of attention when he bestows a nickname on his opponents, aka victims. Mere mortals, like the rest of us, can only wish for the grandiose and bellicose insults that Donald Trump heaps upon celebrities and politicians alike, and the fame and media coverage that go with these nicknames.
Now you can get your share of Trumpian abuse with the Trump Nickname Generator at http://trumpnickname.com. The website, much like The Donald, is outspoken and to-the-point. Enter your name, push the button, and receive a glorious new nickname. If the nickname isn't to your liking, you can push the "You're Fired!" button and get another nickname, unlike certain Senators and Secretaries. You don't have to keep your nickname a secret, either. Publish your nickname on Facebook, Twitter, and more. Massive media coverage may or may not follow.
VoxMD, a healthcare marketing and technology company in Nashville (http://voxmd.com) created Trumpnickname.com. "We saw a YUUUGE need on the Internet for nicknames, and knew we could build the best nickname generator ever, better than anyone else's ever was or will be," said VoxMD staff. "And, of course, to show that we can respond to trends with technology solutions very quickly. Total time from concept to launch was 6 hours."
The Trumpnickname.com site was self-funded and does not have any donations from special interest groups or Wall Street. Further development on the website will be funded by taxes on websites imported from foreign countries, and excess profits will be used to build a firewall on the Internet, the biggest firewall you've ever seen.
VoxMD has no affiliation with Mr. Trump, or any of the other politicians. This site is for entertainment purposes and we hope that Mr. Trump and his lawyers find this to be as humorous as we do.
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