As a copy supervisor once informed me (though I think he thought he was reminding me), if wordplay is to have any effect, it's best used sparingly. So I won't, as I promised in an earlier post, refer to the President-elect as Drumpf. Mostly.
In fairness, the man with the flax-woven pate should have the same right to reinvention via a change of name that my mother claimed when, unable to find a job during the Great Depression, she tried on a succession of names, going from Krawetzsky to Kravitz to Kravitt to the French-sounding Cravet, the name under which she became a naturalized American citizen, explaining the name change on her application papers as one she'd decided on because it sounded "less foreign."
So, as The Donald's first campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski, decided --- did he really have a choice? --- WIT will let Drumpf be Trump. ### (No photo credit provided.)