Seen today in UK paper - The Independent 17 Jan 2017 - in an article by Grace Dent titled "Nigel Farage knows there is money to made in acting like a Trump supporter" - and then found online for your enjoyment. You'll find the full article online here. Coincidentally, the slang term that which caught my attention happens to have a North American meaning that's almost as good, in context, as the UK meaning.
If you're having difficulty figuring out which word I'm referring to, look up the meaning of "merkin".
Somewhere Lenny Bruce, George Carlin, Eddie Murphy and Chris Rock are laughing.
If you, like me, noticed, in this picture of Trump and Michael Gove the resemblance between Gove and Ross Perot (at a similar age), or that Gove resembles a combination of Alfred E Neuman and Perot raise your hand (metaphorically). There was something about Gove's appearance that niggled even before I saw him with Trump. The Alfred E aspect dawned early on. It took a bit longer for the Perot connection to coalesce. As for Perot, I'm reasonably certain I recall somebody describing him as a "foetus with ears". That's not likely a phrase I'd have coined. I'd not have wanted to insult the kid.