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The print version takes up two pages of the newspaper.Photo courtesy THE NEW YORK TIMES
The print version takes up two pages of the newspaper.

Photo courtesy THE NEW YORK TIMES

Trump’s Twitter insults: A complete list

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The Upshot - The New York Times' data-driven venture focused on politics, policy and economic analysis - published a list chronicling insulting tweets from Donald Trump since declaring his candidacy for president last June.

The newspaper found 281 such tweets on everything from a Neil Young song to a lecture in the Oval Office and on everyone from Democratic rival Hillary Clinton to journalists and Samuel L. Jackson.

Such as this Jan. 5 tweet: “I don’t know @SamuelLJackson, to best of my knowledge haven't played golf w/him & think he does too many TV commercials—boring. Not a fan.”

The online article links to each tweet from the candidate. The print version took up two complete pages of the newspaper.

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