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A complete collection of Donald Trump’s Twitter insults

January 29th, 2016 at 1:47 PM
Donald Trump Twitter Insults

Donald Trump has been insulting people on Twitter since long before he was the leading Republican candidate for president of the United States of America. Some would say it’s the only issue that he’s never flip-flopped on, but no matter what you think of the man, you can’t deny the impressive breadth of his demagoguery.

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Attempting to sort through all of Trump’s Twitter insults would be an unenviable task, but this week, The New York Times did exactly that — collecting every insult on a single page and categorizing them based on the subject of the insult.

It’s truly an unbelievable, hysterical undertaking.

Each and every presidential candidate has made the list, with Ted Cruz, Hillary Clinton and, of course, Jeb Bush receiving the most flak from the real estate mogul. The Bush insults are often the best/harshest: “a total embarrassment to himself and his family,” “a basket case,” “had a tiny 300 person crowd,” and “will NEVER Make America Great Again.”

Trump has also said that he’s “not a fan” of Samuel L. Jackson, thinks that Ronda Rousey is “not a nice person,” called Neil Young a “total hypocrite,” and even told T-Mobile CEO John Legere to “try hiring some good managers.”

But don’t think that individuals are the only targets in Trump’s crosshairs. He’s also referred to Germany as “a big mess,” Mexico as “totally corrupt,” New Jersey as “deeply troubled” and the United States as “a dumping ground for the world.”

And to think, only nine more months until we elect our next president.

Check out the full, incredible list of insults (which are up to date as of Thursday at 2 p.m. ET) at The New York Times website.

Jacob started covering video games and technology in college as a hobby, but it quickly became clear to him that this was what he wanted to do for a living. He currently resides in New York writing for BGR. His previously published work can be found on TechHive, VentureBeat and Game Rant.

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