George Takei has the perfect nickname for Donald Trump now that he’s a convicted felon

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As news of Donald Trump’s conviction on 34 counts reverberated across the political spectrum, voices from all sides chimed in with their reactions. Among Trump’s staunchest critics is George Takei, who has consistently called out Trump’s actions over the years. Takei, along with notable figures like Mark Hamill and Stephen King, has provided sharp commentary and criticisms of Trump’s tenure as the 45th president of the United States.

With Trump’s conviction on 34 counts on May 30th, it seems that Takei and his peers may have the last laugh. Takei wasted no time in coming up with a fitting new nickname for Trump, marking a symbolic victory for those who have long opposed the former president.

Indeed, Trump’s legacy may now be forever linked to the number of charges he faced, rather than his presidential number. This shift in moniker underscores the historic nature of his conviction as the first president to be charged as a felon. However, there remains speculation about Trump’s political future, with some suggesting he could make a comeback in future elections. Whether he will be referred to as the 47th president or remain associated with his legal troubles as “Mr. 34” remains to be seen. Regardless of his future endeavors, Trump’s legacy will be forever marked by this significant chapter in American history.

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