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Donald Trump really is going after every strand of criticism against him. During a rally today in South Carolina, the GOP frontrunner read indignantly from a newspaper article about a Spanish-language radio host who refers to him as “el hombre del peluquín” — “the man of the toupee.”

Watch as The Donald delivers his rebuttal — by inviting up a volunteer from the audience. And just remember: Donald Trump might be slightly crazy, but he’s still not wigging out.

Video via ABC News.

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