It would be wrong to call Donald Trump “polarizing,” because nobody will actually admit to liking him, or even taking him seriously. So I guess the right word would be “loathed” or “reviled.” Regardless of the word choice, it’s hard to argue that Donald hasn’t left a wake of destruction behind him as he mouths off during high-profile feuds with anyone who dares cross him. Most recently, as you’ll read below, he’s traded blows with conservative pundit George Will for expressing an opinion that The Donald didn’t agree with. No sir. Not one bit.

A couple things to glean from Donald in fight mode: He thinks many of his enemies are “losers,” he can’t be expected to take the high road in any fight, and if you don’t have a public lunch with him, he will NOT endorse you for president. Something to think about.

Barack Obama

As we are all painfully aware, Donald Trump predicated his limping 2011 presidential campaign by setting his sites squarely on Barack Obama and his “missing” birth certificate. Trump was so curious as to the contents of the certificate that Obama refused to share he even hired a team to “track down” the document.

When Obama reluctantly produced the certificate, everything appeared to be in order, but the president reminded America, “We’re not gonna be able to solve our problems if we get distracted by sideshows and carnival barkers.”

Trump then responded to this bit of reason by launching a campaign into how a “terrible student” like Obama got into such prestigious schools.

To be (painfully) continued…

George Will

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More recently (like, a few hours ago), Donald Trump leveled his sights on conservative pundit George Will, who suggested that the Republican party should focus their efforts not on winning the presidency, which he thinks isn’t realistic, but maintaining control of the House and winning control of the Senate.

Trump comes across like a sports columnist, harping on how “overrated” Will is, then making fun of his appearance, which is a big stone to throw in Trump’s glass house. Here is Trump’s quote:

“I think he’s a totally overrated fool. I think this guy is so overrated. I don’t think he’s really smart, he looks smart with the little glasses and hair swept to the side,” Trump said on “Fox & Friends.” “That was one of the dumbest [comments]. … I think he’s a totally overrated pundit.”

So you’re saying you think he’s overrated?

Mark Cuban

Apropos of Mark Cuban’s reality TV show The Benefactor, Donald Trump felt as though the billionaire Mavs owner was closing in on his territory, so he lashed out, calling the show an Apprentice rip-off and proclaiming that Cuban’s venture had no chance of doing as well as The Apprentice. You know, because The Apprentice is such a good show.

Three years later, in 2007, Trump called former CBS anchor Dan Rather a “loser,” which is funny, because Dan Rather has seemed to accomplish quite a bit for being such a “loser.” Mark Cuban, who had hired Rather for his HDNet channel, came to Rather’s defense, saying: "Donald Trump is a first-class idiot!...Nothing ... that comes out of his mouth has any validity or any value."

Trump responded by brushing his hair for thirty minutes in front of a mirror made out of gold. Probably.

Ron Paul

The dark horse Presidential candidate (Paul, not Trump) was written off by the billionaire as having “zero chance” of winning the election, and that all he really had going for him was that he was “cutesy” with “nice little slogans.”

That sorta sounds like a compliment. I wouldn’t mind if Donald Trump called me “cutesy,” but I’m not a presidential candidate, so I can see where it could come across as a little condescending.

All this vitriol seems to have stemmed from the fact that Paul was the one candidate that didn’t fly to New York to eat a public meal with Donald Trump. Because you can’t be president if you don’t eat with The Donald.

Sacha Baron Cohen

Donald Trump is NOT amused that Sacha Baron Cohen dressed up like his character from The Dictator and threw “ashes” on Ryan Seacrest. Seacrest may have SEEMED to handle it with a smile, but Donald Trump knows very well that Seacrest actually appeared “visibly upset.”

If you’re discussing matters of empathy and insight into the human condition, you never, ever, question Donald Trump. I once saw him diagnose a baby deer with depression just by petting it.

Trump claims that Cohen should have been “punched in the face,” and the security guard that stood idly by ought to be fired immediately. Cause that’s what Donald Trump does. He fires people.

Rosie O’Donnell

Hard to pick a horse in this race. In 2006, Donald Trump decided to give Miss America a second chance after some unpleasant incidents resulting from drug and alcohol abuse. A dialog was opened, and the outspoken O’Donnell called Trump a “snake-oil salesman” and she claimed she “didn’t enjoy him.”

Not understanding the virtue of a proportionate response, fired back with "Rosie's a loser. A real loser. I look forward to taking lots of money from my nice fat little Rosie."

While I enjoy this retort on a comedic level, I don’t think that’s a very nice thing to say about someone. Trump hasn’t let the feud die, once again calling her a “loser” and a “failure.”

Coming Spring of 2013: How to Succeed and Not Be a Loser by Donald Trump.

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