The f-word has been an easy target for the Trump administration, who have used it in numerous ways to criticize Democrats, including the Affordable Care Act.
The word was used to refer to anyone who is not insured and can’t afford health insurance, and is also used to describe anyone who isn’t white.
“There are some things that are going to happen in the next two or three years that I think we need to stop, but I’m not going to tell you what to do,” Trump said during a town hall meeting in Iowa in June.
“I’ve said it before.
I’ve said this, and I’ll say it again: I don’t want to hear the f-words.
I don to hear them.
I won’t be bullied.”
Since Trump won the election, however, the word has become more controversial as he continues to push his divisive agenda.
In June, he said he wouldn’t use the word “f-bombs,” an apparent reference to the derogatory term used by former President Barack Obama to refer the word.
He later apologized for using the term and said he didn’t realize how offensive it was.
The president-elect also has a history of using offensive language.
In January, he called Black Lives Matter activists “criminals” and “terrorists” during a campaign rally in New Hampshire.