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These are the nicknames that Chinese people gave to Donald Trump

Long before Donald Trump bashed China during Monday's presidential debate, the Republican nominee was already quite famous in China. Chinese people see Trump as an "internet celebrity" on social media, a phrase used to describe people who gained popularity online by behaving in outlandish ways, and who oftentimes would not be taken seriously. As Trump announced his candidacy last year, Chinese people immediately gave him several nicknames, which all sound funny with a disrespectful tone in Mandarin, mostly because, at the time, they believed Trump was just a joke and had no chance of winning White House.
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