Not being an English teacher, my efforts will be amateurish at best, but I am hoping other colleagues will join in. A simple declension might suggest Trimp, Tramp, Trump – with the middle term being entirely understandable (in light of recent revelations) but the first term rather puzzling. Another approach might yield Trump, Trumped, Trumphet – with the middle term expressing what most of us hope is his fate and the last term describing his stentorian voice.
This exercise reminds of a story – as most things do, I hear you cry. This one, however, seems quite appropriate since it deals with declension and the familiar theme of under-employed Ph.D graduates who lack the job skills found in community colleges.