Dear Donald Trump:
I don't mean to be cruel, but you're an ugly man. I'm just stating a fact here. I don't think it's your fault. It's not like you can change your genetics. You could perhaps consider removing the strands of Nylon that you seem to believe that you can convince us is your natural hair. You can't. Hair doesn't behave like that, but I'll give you credit for at least not trying to have your butt hair put into your scalp.
I don't bring this up to hurt your feelings. I doubt you care what I think of your looks and anyway, you've certainly been called much worse. I bring this up because, really, dude, you've got no right to call anybody ugly. And yet, here you are, trashing Ariana Huffington on Twitter by calling her ugly and mentioning her personal life, you know, because you yourself are above all reproach in the dating department.
First of all, dragging anybody's personal life into a political conversation means you've lost the argument, right there. If you have to resort to personal insults, then you're basically admitting that you have no response to what they have to say, so you're trying to change the subject to avoid you're admitting you're wrong.
Secondly, it's a crappy thing to do anybody, something most of us learn when we finish high school. It's incivil and cruel.
Thirdly, you shouldn't do it because it gives bloggers like me something to make fun of you for, every time you open your mouth on Twitter. Really, dude, you're not a business tycoon and respected politician. You're a reality TV star. You're the old white version of Kim Kardashian. So, consider being more civil. Because, really, you're not fooling anybody.