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Donald Trump responded to his conservative critics with a tweetstorm calling them "stupid"

"Nailed it."
"Nailed it."
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Donald Trump is currently exploring a run for president in 2016, according to Donald Trump. Yet some conservative pundits aren't taking Trump's potential campaign seriously. George Will of the Washington Post has called him a "bloviating ignoramus," Stephen Hayes of the Weekly Standard has said his effort is a "clown show," and Jonah Goldberg of National Review has said he's been "tweeting like a 14-year-old girl."

Now Trump has responded in the most presidential manner possible — with a multi-day tweetstorm of personal insults against his critics, calling them, among other things, "dumb," "failed," "boring," and "stupid." Read below:

Trump even praised MSNBC's Ed Schultz, a liberal, for defending him:

And near the end of this afternoon's volley of tweets, Trump made a rather ironic observation: