Donald Trump’s most recent insults have been directed toward Muslims and Syrian refugees, who he has profiled and spread falsehoods about – the same way he did with some Mexicans and immigrants at the start of his campaign.
The GOP front-runner has repeatedly insulted entire groups of people, journalists and his opponents since he announced his candidacy, and this month has been no different.
Here is everyone Trump has insulted so far in November:
Muslims: Since the terrorist attacks in Paris, Trump has repeatedly suggested that all Muslims in the United States should be surveilled and that the government should shut down mosques. He drew most controversy when he said he “would certainly implement” a database to track Muslims.
Refugees: The GOP front-runner is among the politicians who say the United States should not accept refugees from Syria for fear that ISIS could enter the country hidden among refugees. His remarks about a database and surveillance were also directed at all refugees that would enter the country, and he repeated that he wants a wall to keep all immigrants or refugees out.
African Americans: After an African-American protester was attached at a Trump rally in Alabama for shouting “Black lives matter,” Trump said, “maybe he should have been roughed up.” At the time, he was also telling people to “get him the hell out of here.” Trump also tweeted an image of false crime statistics that said most killings were by blacks. It included an image of a black man in army pants and bandanas covering his face holding a gun up.
Ben Carson: Trump took advantage of the increased media scrutiny on certain stories Carson has told about his past, tweeted “The Carson story is either a total fabrication or, if true, even worse-trying to hit mother over the head with a hammer or stabbing friend!” Trump also questioned whether Carson has the “right temperament to be president,” and shared an ad about Carson that said “Violent criminal or pathological liar? We don’t need either as president.”
Marco Rubio: Trump repeated his usual list of insults about Rubio this month, saying he is weak on illegal immigration and a lightweight. He also said the senator is disloyal and called on former Gov. Jeb Bush to publicly denounce him as a friend.
Jeb Bush: Bush has been the recipient of Trump insults numerous times on the campaign trail. This month, that continued, with Trump saying Bush should be “more competent” and mocking his “Jeb can fix it” campaign.
Chris Christie: With Christie gaining strength in New Hampshire, Trump tweeted Monday: “How is Chris Christie running the state of NJ, which is deeply troubled, when he is spending all of his time in NH? New Jerseyans not happy!”
Carly Fiorina: The real estate mogul received pushback after he asked why Fiorina was interrupting everyone in the GOP debate on Nov. 10. Following that, Trump took to Twitter, saying Fiorina had a “failing campaign,” which is why she “had to inject herself” into comments Trump had made.
John Kasich: Kasich and his campaign recently released ads against Trump, which meant the GOP front-runner had no choice but to retaliate. He said Kasich was “irrelevant to the race,” “a complete and total dud,” and “one of the worst presidential candidates in history.”
George Pataki, John Kasich and Lindsey Graham: Trump tweeted that he hopes these three candidates don’t drop out of the race because they would be “so easy to beat,” yet he said at the beginning of the month that since they have polled below 3%, they should drop out.
Martin O’Malley: Tweeting about the last Democrat debate on Nov. 14, Trump called O’Malley “the failed former Mayor of Baltimore” and “a clown,” asking why he was on the stage.
Barack Obama: Following the terrorist attacks in Paris and ISIS taking responsibility for them, Trump questioned Obama’s leadership. He tweeted that Obama has “a horrible attitude” and is “resigned to defeat.” He also shared a video of himself asking if Obama is “insane” for continuing his support for accepting Syrian refugees.
Bill de Blasio: The real estate mogul tweeted multiple times that de Blasio is the “worst mayor in the united states,” after de Blasio called Trump a “blowhard” and criticized him for his comments about Muslims.
New York Times reporter Jonathan Martin: After Martin, a national political correspondent for The Times, wrote a piece about Carson that included the line, “Mr. Carson, a retired doctor who recently surged to first place in some national polls, is trying to solidify his lead in the volatile race for the Republican presidential nomination,” Trump tweeted that it was “such bad reporting” and Martin should learn “how to read the polls before writing his next story.” At that time, however, Carson had just passed Trump in the recent polls.
New York Times reporter Serge Kovaleski: After people questioned Trump’s claim that he saw “thousands” of people in New Jersey “cheering” the collapse of the Twin Towers on 9/11, he seized on a Washington Post story from the time, co-written by Kovaleski, that said a “number of people” were allegedly seen celebrating. Asked about the controversy, Kovaleski, now with the New York Times, cast doubt on Trump’s notion that thousands had celebrated. At a rally a few days later, Trump referred to Kovaleski, who has arthrogryposis, a chronic condition that limits his arm motion. “You oughta see this guy – ‘uh, I don’t know what I said, uh, I don’t remember,’” Trump told the crowd, while flailing his arms in front of him. Trump has denied that he knowingly mocked Kovaleski’s disability.
Chris Stirewalt: Trump called Stirewalt, FOX News Channel digital politics editor, “one of the dumbest political pundits on television.”
George Will: Trump tweeted that Will, a columnist and political commentator, was a “Broken down political pundit,” “boring” and “should be thrown off” Fox News.
Wall Street Journal: After the Wall Street Journal ran an article criticizing Trump for his comment about the Trans-Pacific Partnership allowing China, which is not part of the agreement, to take advantage of the United States, Trump called the writers at the publication “dummies.”
Vanity Fair and Graydon Carter: Trump tweeted that Vanity Fair “is doing really poorly.” He also said he has “watched sloppy Graydon Carter fail and close Spy Magazine and now am watching him fail at Vanity Fair Magazine. He is a total loser!” He did not specify why he made these comments, but the magazine had recently published an article about whether or not Trump is a narcissist.
Associated Press and Jeff Horwitz: The real estate mogul called the Associated Press “irrelevant,” and said, “I can say from experience their reporting is terrible and highly inaccurate.” A few days later, he also tweeted that Horwitz, who has frequently written about Trump, is “one of the worst reporters in the business.”
Ronda Rousey: Trump tweeted, “Glad to see that Ronda Rousey lost her championship fight last night. Was soundly beaten - not a nice person!” It’s not clear exactly why Trump chose to tweet about Rousey after the fight, but she previously said she would not vote for him and she doesn’t want “a reality TV star to be running my country.”