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Published:July 19th, 2017 17:34 EST

Americans Aren't Naming Their Babies 'Donald' Because of Vulgarian Donald Trump

By Robert Paul Reyes

"The name Donald has been losing popularity in the United States for decades, but it took its biggest drop in 2016, and Donald Trump may be the reason why.


The name ranked 488 in the Social Security Administration`s annual report on popular baby names for boys in 2016, down from 441 in 2015 and 418 in 2014. (The most popular boy`s name last year was Noah.)

Of roughly 4 million births last year, 621 babies were named Donald, according to the Social Security report released in May."


Donald Trump is 71-years-old, and decades of his dissolute and decadent lifestyle has done incalculable damage to his name.

There are many buildings throughout the world that bear Trump`s name, but after only six months in office he has so badly tarnished his reputation that when he leaves office, I doubt that there will be any schools or public buildings named after him.

It`s certainly no surprise that the name "Donald" has plunged in popularity, why would any parents saddle their bouncing baby boy with a name that repulses polite society?

Parents would rather name their newborn "Damien," "Lucifer" or "Little Bastard," anything but Donald.

I love my first name, I`m exceedingly grateful that a degenerate son of a bitch hasn`t destroyed the name "Robert."

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