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Trump's campaign manager actually said Trump doesn't 'hurl personal insults'

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Trump's campaign manager actually said Trump doesn't 'hurl personal insults'

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Appearing on ABC's "This Week," Donald Trump's new campaign manager Kellyanne Conway made a rather bold claim: 

STEPHANOPOULOS:  So what changed for you? And do you stand by those comments?

CONWAY:  I do. And the reason is I don't like when people hurl personal insults. That will never change. That's not my style. I'm a mother of four small children. And it would be a terrible example for me to feel otherwise -

Trump Having 'Best Week,' New Campaign Manager Kellyanne Conway Says

STEPHANOPOULOS:  You think Mr. Trump's going to change on that?

CONWAY:  Well, but he doesn't hurl personal insults.

He doesn't do it without being attacked first.
-- Kellyanne Conway, on Trump's insults

On Monday, Conway clarified her comments on Fox News' "The Kelly File." 

Creative put-downs

Since announcing his run for president, Trump has insulted everyone from his fellow Republican candidates to members of the media to Samuel L. Jackson.

Scroll down to see some of his more creative put-downs.  

Ted Cruz: "The worst liar, crazy or very dishonest"

Mika Brezinski: "Clown" 

Linsdey Graham: "Nasty!"

Glenn Beck: "Mental basketcase" 

Hillary Clinton: "SAD!"

Marco Rubio: "Once a choker, always a choker"

George Pataki: "Couldn't be elected dog catcher if he ran again"

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