NY Times Catalogues Literally Everything Trump’s Insulted On Twitter So Far

Monday’s edition of the New York Times featured a two-page spread listing the more than 200 subjects of Donald Trump’s Twitter ire.

“Since declaring his candidacy for president last June, Donald Trump has used Twitter to lob insults at presidential candidates, journalists, news organizations, nations, a Neil Young song and even a lectern in the Oval Office,” Times reporters Jasmine C. Lee and Kevin Quealy wrote in the online version of the feature. “We know this because we’ve read, tagged and quoted them all.”

Read the full list — featuring targets ranging from Trump insiders like Ben Carson and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) to seemingly innocent bystanders like the “odd” White House podium mentioned above — here.

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