Donald Trump gets no credit. Here he is using Hillary Clinton's proper title — "Secretary Clinton" — and the media just pretends like it's not a big deal.

That's basically what Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway said in an interview with Fox News's Megyn Kelly on Wednesday night.

"He’s gotten very little credit, Megyn, for how gracious he was at the beginning and at the end of the debate,” Conway said. "At the very beginning ― nobody is covering this ― he actually said, ‘Secretary Clinton,’ and then he looked over, and he said, ‘May — should I call you Secretary Clinton? I want you to be happy. This is very important to me.'"

Conway then made the same case Thursday on "The View."

What a guy!

(But credit where credit is do: He has been calling her "Crooked Hillary" for months, so this is an improvement.)

But this is hardly the only thing ― some of them fanciful, others mundane ― for which Trump and his campaign have claimed he is getting insufficient credit. And their griping about not getting credit seems to have picked up in recent weeks.

A quick review of the other things for which Trump has not been given enough credit:

2) For not bringing up Monica Lewinsky and Bill Clinton's indiscretions at the debate

Eric Trump: “And that was a big moment for me and probably will actually become — my life and this campaign — and probably will be something I’ll always remember."

Conway: "He certainly could have, and it was probably on the minds of millions of voters at home, saying, 'Wow, she's going to challenge you on a comment you made here or there about a woman, then goodness, why can't you challenge her on her husband's personal peccadilloes?' And he decided not to, and he explained to America why that was. ... I think that whole exchange will grow in importance over the next couple of days. Women will like that."

3) For having his facts right

Donald Trump: "My facts are good. My facts are good. I don't get enough credit for having my facts right."

4) For getting NATO to focus on terrorism

Donald Trump: "And about four months ago, I read on the front page of the Wall Street Journal that NATO is opening up a major terror division. And I think that's great. ... But I'm all for NATO. But I said they have to focus on terror, also. And they're going to do that. And that was — believe me — I'm sure I'm not going to get credit for it — but that was largely because of what I was saying and my criticism of NATO." (Among those who don't give him credit: fact checkers, who have dubbed the claim false.)

5) For spending less money than Clinton

Trump, Sept. 16 on Fox Business: "I should get credit for that. On political shows, I don't. They say, oh, but she's spending much more money, like it's great. Well, let's say we're tied or let's say I'm leading by a little bit, I should be given credit for spending less money, right?"

6) For self-funding his campaign

7) Just generally for running for president

Melania Trump: "We have thick skin and we know that people will judge him and people will call names and they don't give him enough credit. From June [2015] that he announced, they don't give him enough credit."

8) Making his buildings handicapped-accessible in compliance with federal law

Trump: "I spend millions of dollars making buildings good for people that are disabled. Millions and millions of dollars. Do you think I’d ever do a thing like" make fun of New York Times reporter Serge Kovaleski's disability?

9) For saying Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio don't like each other

Trump: "Remember what I said about Jeb? And remember what I said about Rubio? Okay. Everyone said, 'Oh, no, you're wrong, Mr. Trump.' I get no credit for this stuff."

10) For keeping Ford in the United States

11) For how he handles tension at his rallies

Trump: I "should get credit, not be scorned. ... We are treated so unfairly, and I'm treated very unfairly."