By Will Robinson
Updated October 24, 2016 at 11:56 PM EDT
Credit: AP Photo/ Evan Vucci

Since declaring his candicacy for president 17 months ago, Donald Trump has used to Twitter to hurl hundreds of insults at politicians, journalists, nations, and, yes, celebrities.

According to The New York Times, Trump has insulted 281 people, things, and locations since his campaign kicked off in June 2015, including Alec Baldwin, who plays the Republican nominee on Saturday Night Live, as well as Samuel L. Jackson, Whoopi Goldberg, John Oliver, Neil Young, and magician Penn Jillette, among others. Trump also insulted former Miss Universe contestant Alicia Machado, Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly, The View cohost Joy Behar, and other journalists who have covered the election season, including Anderson Cooper and Katie Couric.

Of course, Trump’s most frequent target is his opponent, Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton; Trump has referred to Clinton as “crooked” some 200 times.

Here’s a sampling of the famous faces Trump has insulted on Twitter. See the full list at The New York Times.