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Entry from June 23, 2020
IMPOTUS (Impeached President Of The United States)

POTUS stands for President Of The United States. IMPOTUS stands for Impeached President Of The United States. “IMPOTUS” is similar to the word “impotent” and can also mean “impotent POTUS.”

“I would like to ask you to hereafter refer to him not as POTUS but IMPOTUS, as in Impotent, Immoral, Imposter, Immature” was posted on Twitter by I’m the WhistleBlower on October 24, 2012. “The 0vomit administration is still sneezing into the wind… 0bummer = lamest duck = #Impotent + #POTUS = #ImPotus” was posted on Twitter by Rocket on December 10, 2016.

The IMPOTUS term became popular during the presidency (and impeachment proceedings) of Donald Trump. “One can only hope that justice prevails and in 2 months he can be Former POTUS or better IMPOTUS (that’s Impeached POTUS for the uneducated)” was posted on Twitter by “I saw a good meme....” on September 6, 2018.

American attorney George T. Conway III (husband of Kellyanne Conway, a Donald Trump employee) popularized “IMPOTUS” in tweets on December 19, 2019, and he also entered the term in the Urban Dictionary, but his was not the first use of “IMPOTUS.”


Twitter
I’m the WhistleBlower
@simofish
I would like to ask you to hereafter refer to him not as POTUS but IMPOTUS, as in Impotent, Immoral, Imposter, Immature
10:11 AM · Oct 24, 2012·Twitter for iPad

Twitter
Rocket
@RocketIsSix
The 0vomit administration is still sneezing into the wind… 0bummer = lamest duck = #Impotent + #POTUS = #ImPotus
Quote Tweet
RoseAЯI Hundred points symbolᖉ∩ƨƨ!ɐu ᗷO⊥ Cross mark
@ari_russian
· Dec 10, 2016
Obama admin calling for investigation into #RussiaHacking they’re shocked w/all illegals they allowed to vote, Trump won electoral landslide
9:40 PM · Dec 10, 2016·Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
CrystalBallOps
@feefer2
Replying to @972_834 @NicholsUprising and 2 others
DT is our 1st legitimately-impotent (weak, feeble of mind) POTUS; hence, #IMPOTUS
9:18 AM · Jan 14, 2017·Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
OceanicConveyer
@oceanicconverge
Replying to @realDonaldTrump
Impotus (Im’po’tus)
A noun, verb or adjective describing the 45th elected leader of the United States.
Syn Adjective: inept, inexperienced, ineffective, incompetent, incorrigible, insecure.
Sentence: She divorced Trump due to his impotus. We impeached him due to his impotus.
6:01 AM · Feb 18, 2018·Twitter for Android

Twitter
Teresa☘
@TeresaButler317
@gtconway3d I continue to wonder about your angle in “all things Trump” (#IMPOTUS).
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George Conway
@gtconway3d
· Aug 14, 2018
Interesting analogy.  Likewise, what if a CEO routinely made false and misleading statements about himself, the company, and results, and publicly attacked business partners, company “divisions” (w/ scare quotes!), employees, and analysts, and kowtowed to a dangerous competitor? twitter.com/pbump/status/1…
12:24 PM · Aug 14, 2018·Twitter Web Client

Twitter
“I saw a good meme....”
@jimmeroz
One can only hope that justice prevails and in 2 months he can be Former POTUS or better IMPOTUS (that’s Impeached POTUS for the uneducated)
Quote Tweet
jason alexander
@IJasonAlexander
· Sep 6, 2018
God, how can POTUS, named a unindicted co-conspirator in a federal crime with a serious investigation mounting against him and several colleagues pleading guilty or flipping be allowed to pick his own SCOTUS? Especially one that says no prez can be indicted during term? Madness!!
6:57 PM · Sep 6, 2018 from Brisbane, Queensland·Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
Social✽Fly (Gov Cuomo’s #StayAtHome Girlfriend)
@socflyny
Replying to @gtconway3d and @KarenDWilliams2
Less potent POTUS = IMPOTUS
Does this make me a trailblazer??
(I’ll let myself out ...) Face with hand over mouth
3:42 AM · Apr 3, 2019·Twitter Web Client

Twitter
Ruzan Bhandari
@getruzan
Now that @realDonaldTrump has been impeached, is he an #IMPOTUS?
@yashar @gtconway3d @TheTweetOfGod @DeanObeidallah @andylassner
11:07 PM · Dec 18, 2019·Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
George Conway
@gtconway3d
An update on IMPOTUS (IMpeached President Of The United States)
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Clyde Haberman
@ClydeHaberman
· Dec 19, 2019
This may be the best example of finding the local angle that I’ve ever seen:
https://queenseagle.com/all/2019/12/19/queens-man-impeached
9:46 PM · Dec 19, 2019·Twitter for iPad

Twitter
George Conway
@gtconway3d
Okay, you want a hashtag, you got it.
#IMPOTUS
Quote Tweet
George Conway
@gtconway3d
· Dec 19, 2019
An update on IMPOTUS (IMpeached President Of The United States) twitter.com/ClydeHaberman/…
9:48 PM · Dec 19, 2019·Twitter for iPad

Twitter
*Pseudonym*
@NoMoreSpearows
Wait, so is “IMPOTUS” meant to be a portmanteau of “impotent” and “POTUS”, or is it a punctuation-free spelling of “I’m POTUS”?
2:07 PM · Dec 20, 2019·Twitter Web Client

The Hill
George Conway’s new nickname for Trump starts trend: ‘IMPOTUS’
BY MARINA PITOFSKY - 12/20/19 02:41 PM EST
George Conway, a conservative attorney and White House counselor Kellyanne Conway’s husband, created a new nickname for President Trump that went viral Thursday after he lashed out online.

“An Update on IMPOTUS (IMpeached President Of The United States),” Conway, a frequent, and often fiery critic of the president tweeted Thursday night.

POTUS is a common acronym that stands for president of the United States. The new acronym sought to combine the two ideas of impeachment and the presidential office into one. The House voted to impeach Trump on two articles of impeachment earlier this week, including abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.

Urban Dictionary
impotus
POTUS means President Of The United States.
IMPOTUS means President Donald Trump after Impeachment!
The Trumpster is more of an IMPOTENT IMPOTUS President now that Impeachment has commenced!
by BOOA December 20, 2019

Twitter
Eugene Ingram Jr
@HighTechWriter
Replying to @thehill
When I see the hashtag #IMPOTUS in lieu of @POTUS, I think of the word #IMPOTENT. @Franklin_Graham must be livid that his god is being mocked. Kudos to @gtconway3d.
GIF
9:56 PM · Dec 20, 2019·Twitter for iPhone

Urban Dictionary
impotus
An impeached President.
“Donald Chump managed to become our 45th IMPOTUS.”
via giphy
by George Conway December 21, 2019

Twitter
Cameron Steele
@Voyager19
The reason I love #IMPOTUS HT so much is that it conjures so many good descriptors of the Orange One…
The obvious - Impeached POTUS
Then there’s Impotent POTUS
and don’t forget Imposter POTUS
Any more?
11:19 AM · Dec 21, 2019·Twitter Web App

Twitter
Brockolli
@GammaLeporis
Replying to @onid22 @octo_ and @MMFlint
Impotent+POTUS = IMPOTUS?
12:00 PM · Dec 22, 2019·Twitter for Android

Twitter
Steve Martin
@Unrealbluegrass
ImPotus.
That’s a word, isn’t it?
Contraction of Impotent + Potus ?
Yes. I think after Tulsa it is clearly a word.
#IMPOTUS
#TulsaFlop
#TulsaRally
@realDonaldTrump
9:49 AM · Jun 21, 2020·Twitter for Android

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