The New York Times Published a Full List of Trump’s Scathing Tweets

An article from The New York Times exposes all of Trump’s digital insults over the span of his candidacy, ranging from laughably immature to downright cruel.

Trump’s ability to run his mouth — or, most accurately, his tweeting fingers — in the most offensive of manners is catching up with him in a huge way. On October 24, The New York Times published a full list of Trump’s insulting tweets over the course of his campaign . . . and it isn’t pretty. In fact, it hurts to look at.

“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,” The New York Times website reads. “We know this because we’ve read, tagged and quoted them all..”

The two-page spread is broken up by Trump’s targets. It’s no surprise that Hillary Clinton’s list is the longest. Those barbs include an alarming number of “crooked,” (Trump’s favorite word), “fraud,” “hypocrite,” “very dumb,” "too weak to lead," “terrible,” and the ever-clever “brainpower is highly overrated, decision making is so bad.”

He also took aim at Bill Clinton, calling him a hypocrite too, as well as “highly overrated,” “so inappropriate,” and “Wild Bill.”

Perhaps most grimly intriguing is Trump’s rhetoric against the media, including the Times itself. He considers the publication to be “failing,” “a dying newspaper,” and “very dishonest.”

The truth, however, appears plainly. Trump is unfit to run his own social media accounts, let alone the country. 


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