What Does MAGAnomics Mean?

The term MAGAnomics refers to President Donald Trump's strategy for improving America's economy. The first half of the word, MAGA, is an acronym (Make America Great Again), while the second half of the word in borrowed from "economics."

The term MAGAnomics is a TRUMPISM.

The overarching aim of MAGAnomics is to sustain economic growth at 3%.

Summary of Key Points

Definition for MAGAnomics

MAGAnomics means "the economic plan for MAGA (Make America Great Again)".
Definition:The economic plan for MAGA (Making America Great Again)
Type:Portmanteau Word (joining two terms)
4: Difficult to guess
Typical Users:
Adults and Teenagers

Image for MAGAnomics

When I write MAGAnomics, I mean this:

meaning of MAGAnomics
MAGAnomics is America's economic plan for MAGA (Making America Great Again)


Examples of MAGAnomics in Sentences

Here is an example of MAGAnomics being used in a conversation:
  • Tony: According to the Trump administration, the proposed budget and domestic policies under MAGAnomics would boost economic growth to levels not seen in decades.
  • Jordan: That sounds as about as credible as the "wall" promise.

An Academic Look at MAGAnomics

MAGAnomics is typically treated as a plural noun. It is classified as a portmanteau word because it combines two terms to form one. (DOKE (from Diet Coke) is another example of a portmanteau word.)

Of note, MAGA (Make America Great Again) is an acronym as it is spoken like a word. (NB: Acronyms contrast with initialism abbreviations, which are pronounced using their individual letters.)

Example of MAGAnomics Used in a Text


See Also

MAGA (Make America Great Again) ITTET (in these tough economic times) TRUMPISM (a claim or assertion by President Trump)