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HULK, SWEET, AND SWEATY: Donald Trump has called the professor who accused him of sexual harassment “nutty.”

It’s an insult he will never forget.

The professor, Howard Kohl, said in a letter that Trump called him “ugly” and “creepy” while visiting the White House in November.

“I am so disgusted by the tone and the language used by you and your ilk,” Kohl wrote.

“Your actions were completely unacceptable and do not represent the values of the University of Maryland or the College of Arts & Sciences.”

Trump responded in kind.

The president has repeatedly called Kohl a “nut.”

But he didn’t mince words when it came to calling Kohl “nasty” for saying Trump called Kohls “uglies” on a private jet, calling him a “n****r” and an “ass.”

Trump, in his remarks to a rally of supporters Tuesday, said Kohl had made “bad” remarks about him, which he called “nonsense” and the professor should be ashamed of himself.

“If you have any guts, and if you have the guts to stand up and say, ‘I’m sick of being bullied by you, I’m sick,’ you know, you know what I’m saying?

And I said, ‘Enough,’ ” Trump said.

“You lost, and you lost badly,” Trump tweeted Tuesday. “

The president continued to attack Kohl on Twitter, accusing him of lying, saying he had “sacked” the professor and calling him “a bully.

Kohl told The Associated Press he did not intend to respond to Trump’s attacks on him, and said he is not angry with the president. “

Go f— yourself.”

Kohl told The Associated Press he did not intend to respond to Trump’s attacks on him, and said he is not angry with the president.

“His behavior was not appropriate.

It’s just ridiculous,” he said.

He said he will not be apologizing for what he said publicly about Trump.

“It’s all a big lie, a big smear campaign,” Kohls told the AP.

“He is the most hateful, stupid, ignorant, stupid person I’ve ever met.

It is beyond ridiculous.

I would never do that to him.”

The professor said he did apologize to Trump.

He also said he was “not a fan of the president,” adding: “If I had the ability to go into the White Senate, I would have voted for him, but I’m not a fan.”

Trump did not respond to a request for comment from the AP about Kohl’s letter.

But he did tweet a photo of the professor holding up a copy of his letter.

“The professor, a fellow with whom I have had many, many pleasant and productive discussions over the years, said that I ‘have no remorse,’ and that he ‘would never’ use ‘the n-word,’ and ‘bully,’ or ‘shameful,’ or even ‘ugly’ in a tweet,” Trump wrote.

He continued: “Howard Kohl is a professor of English and Philosophy at the University, and is a member of the faculty of the College.

He has had many productive discussions with me and other colleagues about our shared mission of promoting human flourishing in the United States.

He is a brilliant man, and he will continue to serve the University and the nation with his expertise.”

Trump also criticized another professor for saying he did more for Trump than he did for Trump’s opponent, Democrat Hillary Clinton.

In a post on his Facebook page, Professor Mark Potok said in an interview with the conservative radio show Fox & Anchor Mike Huckabee that Trump was “a disgrace to the nation and to American democracy.”

“He did more than he was supposed to do,” Potok wrote.

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