Everyone on Twitter is trying to figure out what Trump meant by calling himself 'Mr. Brexit.'

Everyone on Twitter is trying to figure out what Trump meant by calling himself 'Mr. Brexit.'
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Donald Trump is exceptionally fond of nicknames, from Lil Marco and Lyin' Ted in the primary, to his general election pivot to Crooked Hillary. The master of schoolyard nicknames mixed things up on Thursday morning by actually giving himself a nickname, which is certainly not as clear in its connotation as was Low Energy Jeb.

What could this possibly mean? Is he showing off the fact that he's heard of that word? Is he trying to one-up George Washington?

While people have been comparing the U.K.'s decision to leave the EU with some of the sentiments behind Trump's appeal since June, it's not entirely clear what "Mr. Brexit" means to Trump.

Here are some of Twitter's best theories:

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Looking at the facts, it's probably his most sensible nickname creation yet.

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Many theorize it's to cement his place in history.

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And others wonder if he's changing his name for the songs.

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Only 81 days to go. This nightmare continues to make less and less sense.

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