When Politics Get Personal: Politicians’ Most Insulting Slurs & Feuds

Politicians and feuds go hand and hand. It’s not uncommon for them to start them, either while in office or campaigning to get there. A few politicians, both foreign and domestic, have even said some shocking and really inappropriate things about their adversaries. President Trump, for example, referenced Pocahontas in November 2017, his nickname for Sen. Elizabeth Warren, during a White House event honoring Navajo code talkers.

Believe it or not, even the Pope isn’t immune to some politician’s criticism. See who made our list.

President Trump Called The Pope “Disgraceful”


One of President Trump’s promises during his campaign was to build a wall between the United States and Mexico. Little did he know that his plan would rile up the man who millions of people believe speaks directly to God. In 2016, Pope Francis was on his way back to Italy from Mexico when reporters asked him about Trump’s proposal. He responded: “A person who thinks only about building walls — wherever they may be — and not building bridges, is not Christian.” Trump was quick to hit back at the pope’s comment, saying it was “unbelievable” and “disgraceful.”