New York Times prints giant list of Trump insults
US newspaper The New York Times has printed a list of the 281 people, places and things Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump has insulted on Twitter.
The publication has been keeping tabs via an online version of the list, but they've now published a full version in the newspaper.
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The long list of the insulted includes Hillary Clinton, many other politicians, journalists, a Saudi prince, actors including Samuel L Jackson, Whoopi Goldberg and Alec Baldwin, Amazon, the singer Neil Young, Britain, China, Germany, and a podium in the Oval Office. The podium, apparently, "looks odd" and is "not good".
The New York Times itself attracts a long list of insults, including "failing", "dishonest", "a fraud", "really disgusting", and "a laughing stock".
No news yet on whether Trump is planning to insult the list itself.