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On Wednesday afternoon, Ohio governor John Kasich dropped out of the GOP presidential race, making one-time novelty candidate Donald J. Trump the presumptive 2016 presidential candidate for one of the two major political parties in the United States.

With that in mind, here are 49 completely true sentences about this year's presumptive Republican nominee for president.

  1. The presumptive Republican nominee for president once feuded with the Pope.
  2. The presumptive Republican nominee for president once implied his competitor’s father helped assassinate John F. Kennedy.
  3. The presumptive Republican nominee for president has said that he would date his daughter if they weren’t related.
  4. The presumptive Republican nominee for president did not know the difference between Hamas and Hezbollah.
  5. The presumptive Republican nominee for president was not familiar with the term “Nuclear Triad."
  6. The presumptive Republican nominee for president has accused Mexico, an ally, of sending over rapists.
  7. The presumptive Republican nominee for president once publicly called for the death penalty of five black teenagers who were later exonerated of their crime.
  8. The presumptive Republican nominee for president once tweeted this:

  1. The presumptive Republican nominee for president also tweeted this:

  1. The presumptive Republican nominee for president also tweeted this:

  1. The presumptive Republican nominee for president has cheered for the demise of the New York Times and the Washington Post.
  2. The presumptive Republican nominee for president has praised the journalistic work of the National Enquirer.
  3. The presumptive Republican nominee for president has proposed banning immigration for members of a religion of one billion people.
  4. The presumptive Republican nominee for president has said that Mike Tyson’s rape victim “wanted it real bad.”
  5. The presumptive Republican nominee for president insulted the military record of former Vietnam War POW John McCain.
  6. The presumptive Republican nominee for president said that the battle to avoid getting a sexually transmitted disease was his own "personal Vietnam."
  7. The presumptive Republican nominee for president has not actually served in the military.
  8. The presumptive Republican nominee for president once attempted to have police remove disabled veteran street vendors from the street in front of his apartment building because he found them unsightly.
  9. The presumptive Republican nominee for president used the debate stage to brag about the size of his genitals.
  10. The presumptive Republican nominee for president said women should face “some sort of punishment” if they have an illegal abortion.
  11. The presumptive Republican nominee for president said women should not face “some sort of punishment” if they have an illegal abortion.
  12. The presumptive Republican nominee for president said he believes that men should treat women “like shit.”
  13. The presumptive Republican nominee for president has declined to rule out the possibility of using nuclear weapons in Europe.
  14. The presumptive Republican nominee for president said that the U.S. should kill the families of suspected terrorists, a violation of the Geneva Convention.
  15. The presumptive Republican nominee for president said that singer and Beaches actress Bette Midler was “an extremely attractive woman.”
  16. The presumptive Republican nominee for president said that Twilight actor Robert Pattinson should “not take back” co-star Kristen Stewart, who “cheated on him like a dog” and “will do it again.”
  17. The presumptive Republican nominee for president said that he does not believe in climate change, but does believe in “weather.”
  18. The presumptive Republican nominee for president said that “Islam hates” the United States.
  19. The presumptive Republican nominee for president lied to a room of supporters and press about the existence of Trump Steaks, his long-discontinued brand of meats.
  20. The presumptive Republican nominee for president was at the forefront of the racist Birther movement, which fruitlessly hunted for proof that Barack Obama was not an American.
  21. The presumptive Republican nominee for president once tried to sue a biographer for allegedly underestimating his wealth. (The presumptive Republican nominee for president lost.)
  22. The presumptive Republican nominee for president failed to immediately disavow the endorsement of a white supremacist and KKK groups.
  23. The presumptive Republican nominee for president has won the endorsements of several white supremacy and white nationalist groups.
  24. The presumptive Republican nominee for president has approvingly retweeted a quote by Benito Mussolini.
  25. The presumptive Republican nominee for president has approvingly retweeted an account called @WhiteGenocideTM.
  26. The presumptive Republican nominee for president has approvingly retweeted a phony statistic on black-on-black crime meant to stir up resentment in whites.
  27. The presumptive Republican nominee for president claimed that 6 million people over age of 112 are receiving Social Security benefits when just 55,000 people over the age of 100 were alive in the U.S.
  28. The presumptive Republican nominee for president told Howard Stern that he could have “nailed” Princess Diana just days after she died in a car accident.
  29. The presumptive Republican nominee for president told Howard Stern that he “won’t do anything to take care” of his children except “supply funds.”
  30. The presumptive Republican nominee for president said he has never seen a thin person drink Diet Coke.
  31. The presumptive Republican nominee for president mocked the physical handicap of a disabled reporter from the New York Times.
  32. The presumptive Republican nominee for president has said “torture works” and that he would “absolutely” authorize something “beyond waterboarding.” (Believe me, it works. Okay?" he added.)
  33. The presumptive Republican nominee for president has called one of his primary opponents a pussy.
  34. The presumptive Republican nominee for president has said he could “stand in the middle of 5th Avenue and shoot somebody” without losing voters.
  35. The presumptive Republican nominee for president has suggested that a female journalist was menstruating after she asked him a question about his record of misogynistic comments.
  36. The presumptive Republican nominee for president has said he would “get along very well” with Vladimir Putin.
  37. The presumptive Republican nominee for president praised Vladimir Putin's leadership after being asked about Putin's murder of oppositional journalists.
  38. The presumptive Republican nominee for president called Carly Fiorina ugly in Rolling Stone magazine.
  39. The presumptive Republican nominee for president is prepared to unite the party.

Katie McDonough covers politics for Fusion. She lives in Brooklyn.