RUSH: Hey, look at this. Cookie informed me of this today. Grab audio sound bite number 1. This is the first time I ever called Adam Schiff Pencil Neck. It was March 15, 2017, right here on this program.
RUSH ARCHIVE: About an hour before the program began today, there was a joint little press conference between Adam Schiff, this Pencil Neck geek, Democratic congressman from California.
RUSH: I now call your attention to this. (shuffling paper) I'm holding it here in my formerly nicotine-stained fingers. It's a Breitbart story. "Donald Trump's New Nickname for Adam Schiff Is" dadelut dadelut dadelut "'Pencil Neck' -- Trump ridiculed Schiff on Wednesday" that would be today "during a meeting with House Republicans at the White House, repeatedly calling him 'Pencil Neck' to the assembled Republicans according to Politico," and then Breitbart says, "The nickname was coined by as far back as March 2017, who continues to refer to the intelligence chairman as 'Pencil Neck.'"
So... You know, when Trump starts having nicknames for people, it's generally a sign of either deep affection or serious ridicule.