Donald Trump's Nickname For Elizabeth Warren Flip-Flops Even More Than His Policies Do

He's at it again. Donald Trump just gave Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren another nickname. After Senator Warren campaigned with presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton in Ohio on Monday, Trump sent an email to supporters calling Warren a "sellout." He outlined the issues and policies Clinton and Warren have disagreed on in the past, and claimed that endorsing and campaigning for Clinton is a betrayal of her values.

Trump is known for his nicknames, even if they are rather "weak!" as he would say. Trump's two favorite nicknames for Senator Warren are "Goofy Elizabeth Warren," and "Pocahontas," and now he's calling her "sellout." While Clinton and Warren campaigned together, Trump tweeted, "Crooked Hillary is wheeling out one of the least productive senators in the U.S. Senate, goofy Elizabeth Warren, who lied on heritage" — using his favorite nickname for Warren, making reference to his second favorite ("Pocahontas"), and throwing in his favorite moniker for Clinton as well. Though it makes little sense why Trump would devote so much time to insulting Senator Warren if he really thinks she's so unproductive, it seems as if he is always on the prowl for another name for her.

However, no matter how many names he manages to refer to her by in one day, Senator Warren always seems to get the best of The Donald. Though she hasn't paid him much mind on Twitter lately, Warren is working harder than ever to keep Trump out of the White House. Now she's taken her fight from Twitter to the campaign trail.

According to CNN, at a Clinton campaign event in Ohio on Monday, Warren referred to Trump as "a small, insecure money grubber" — a much stronger insult than "goofy." She added, "Now, Donald Trump says he'll make America great again ... It's stamped on the front of his goofy hats. You want to see goofy? Look at him in that hat."

After Senator Warren's speech on Monday, Clinton stood on stage next to her, telling supporters, "I have to say, I do just love how [Senator Warren] gets under Donald Trump's skin." Clearly, Clinton is glad to have Senator Warren by her side — no one is better at firing back at The Donald.

There are still quite a few months to go before the general election in November, and Trump is sure to roll out some new nicknames for Senator Warren in that time — especially if Clinton chooses Warren to be her running mate. However, rest assured that Warren will always fight back against The Donald — and win.