What adjectives will Donald Trump use to describe Joe Biden ahead of the next presidential inauguration?
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slow
89%
crazy
87%
pathetic
86%
failed
82%
radical
82%
Criminal
79%
socialist
77%
sick
77%
Sad
76%
dishonest
74%
creepy
73%
un-American
70%
old
70%
clueless
69%
woke
69%
phony
68%
guilty
66%
cowardly
64%
communist
64%
Disgraceful

Any context counts, including irony. Must clearly refer to Biden and not e.g. his policies.

Any medium but must be reliably verified (so no hearsay that he said something in private).

Only occurences after the given option was added to the market.

Only grammatical adjectives, please. Non-adjectives resolve N/A.

Once resolved, options will not be re-added.

He has to use the word in an adjective form. So "lowlife Biden" counts, while "Biden is a lowlife" does not. However, "Biden is a lowlife dreg" counts. Exclamations such as "Biden is a phony. Sad!" do not count. "Biden is letting all the bad apples in. Disgraceful" also does not count since the adjective refers to the policy rather than Biden. See the comments for additional clarifications.

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  • lowlife Biden: resolves "lowlife"

  • Biden is a lowlife dreg: resolves "lowlife"

  • Biden is a lowlife: does not resolve (not adjective)

  • Biden is the worst, most incompetent American president ever: resolves all three of bad, incompetent, American

  • Biden is a Chinese agent: resolves Chinese

  • Biden is a phony. Sad!: does not resolve anything

  • Biden is letting all the bad apples in. Disgraceful: does not resolve anything

  • some people say Biden is fit in a Tweet with a video of Biden falling down - resolves "fit" to YES (irony)

  • anyone who says Biden is a legitimate president is RINO - does not resolve "legitimate" (does not imply that legitimate applies to Biden and not irony)

  • Tricky Nikki says Biden is shrewd - does not resolve "shrewd" (as above + it's a quote with specific attribution)

  • Horrendously incompetent - resolves incompetent only

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Would “Biden is not smart” resolve smart to YES? How about “Biden is the least smart person I know”?

@JoshuaB I think then he is not describing Biden using the adjective (rather the opposite), so negations do not count.

stupid
bought Ṁ1,000 stupid YES

“We have a stupid president” https://youtu.be/XGJwCUHVgc0?t=834

weak
bought Ṁ1,000 weak YES

https://youtu.be/XGJwCUHVgc0?t=3729 “We have a very weak president on China”

dumb
bought Ṁ1,000 dumb YES

Resolves yes “you dumb son of a” at youtube.com/watch?v=XGJwCUHVgc0&t=567s

"Angry" and "Disturbed" but no one predicted those

@lukres Oh whoops, I didn’t add angry in response to this

uninformable - he really has the best words

Chinese

@JoshuaB Couldn't he easily call him "Chinese agent", etc. ?

@lukres That would count? That seems to be saying that Biden is an agent for the Chinese government, which isn’t directly describing Biden. Whereas something like “lowlife dreg,” would be directly describing Biden. Obviously your market so your call

(Also, I very much appreciate that you gave me an opportunity to sell after bringing this up)

@JoshuaB I will think about it and clarify the description in the morning. I am leaning towards counting "Chinese agent", because I fail to see a clear difference between "lowlife dreg" and "Chinese agent" and "worst president", and so on. I see the difference between denigrating him as a person vs as a president (agent), but it's quite subtle and there are probably many borderline terms in between.

So would need to either include all, or exclude all. Excluding would also exclude phrases such as "senile old man" which is clearly not what was intended. When I wrote "Must clearly refer to Biden and not e.g. his policies." I wanted to primarily exclude e.g. "Biden's deranged agenda".

@lukres Lowlife dreg seems to be describing Biden as both lowlife and as a dreg. The same cannot be said for Chinese agent. There’s a Biden is an agent for the Chinese He’s not being called Chinese. Though I’m not sure if I believe this since it seems like a similar thing could be said for worst American President, but that seems like it should resolve bad and American. Idk

@JoshuaB I will go with the inclusive interpretation to avoid ambiguity. Added examples to the description to make it crystal clear.

bad

https://truthsocial.com/@realDonaldTrump/posts/111913990846366079
(since it is stated that superlatives also count)

sleepy
hard-working
bought Ṁ2

Would something like "working hard to rig the election" count?

@Arcmage7000 I was just thinking about it and decided that no, he has to use the word in an adjective form. So "lowlife Biden" counts, while "Biden is a lowlife" does not.

crooked

There we go:

To be clear, if Trump saying e.g., “some people say Biden is adjective” does that count?

Or does it have to be Trump saying “Biden is adjective” (even if sneering ironically)

@SusanneinFrance It counts as long as "some people" is a rhetorical figure and the implied meaning is that the adjective applies to Biden (even if ironically).

Examples:

"some people say Biden is fit" in a Tweet with a video of Biden falling down - resolves "fit" to YES (irony)

"anyone who says Biden is a legitimate president is RINO" - does not resolve "legitimate" (does not imply that legitimate applies to Biden and not irony)

"Tricky Nikki says Biden is shrewd" - does not resolve "shrewd" (as above + it's a quote with specific attribution)

Also, superlatives will resolve the base adjective. Comparatives not necessarily so.

I have started checking Truth Social for this market and this is what I got

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