President Trump has been dancing up a storm at his recent rallies. And while the president appears confident in his dance moves, the online response has been less kind to the 74-year-old's routine — which he performed at rallies throughout the week. In particular, social media users saw in Trump's dancing shades of "Elaine" in the "Little Kicks" episode of Seinfeld.

Donald Trump's dancing gets compared to "Elaine" on Seinfeld

In the 1996 Seinfeld episode, "Elaine" (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) embarrasses herself at a work party when she hits the dance floor with robotic, kick-filled moves. She remains unconvinced that her dancing is bad, however, until she films herself and watches in horror.

The Seinfeld dance itself and Trump's moves don't exactly match, but the comparison appears to reference the famous example of unaware bad dancing. Some also called his routine the "little punches," referencing Seinfeld's "little kicks." Seinfeld actor Jason Alexander agreed with the Twitter trend, tagging Julia Louis-Dreyfus in a tweet insulting Trump on Sunday morning.

President Trump's dancing to "Y.M.C.A." by the Village People

President Trump has been dancing at rallies this week in an apparent show of good health following his hospitalization for a positive COVID-19 diagnosis earlier this month. "Y.M.C.A." by the Village People has been his song of choice, matched with fist pumps, punches, and swaying.

On other occasions, musicians have sent cease-and-desist notices to the president's campaign for playing their music without permission. Phil Collins was the latest of many to do so, after his "In the Air Tonight" was played at an Iowa rally on Oct. 14.