Huma Abedin, a longtime aide to Hillary Clinton. (Patrick Semansky/AP)

President Trump suggested Tuesday that former top Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin should maybe, kinda go to jail. Apparently in response to a Daily Caller report that Abedin had sent government passwords to her personal Yahoo account before Yahoo accounts were breached, Trump argued that this kind of thing is a jail-able offense.

“Remember sailors pictures on submarine?” Trump said, apparently referring to a Navy man who was sentenced to prison for taking photos on a nuclear submarine. “Jail! Deep State Justice Dept must finally act? Also on Comey & others.”

If you've got a sense of deja vu, it's because Trump has sentenced plenty of people to his own personal jail. Yet the man who asserted last week that he has total control of the Justice Department has not seen fit to act on that power, meaning that many of the following people have thus far been spared.

Here are the many people Trump has suggested should be in jail:

1. Abedin

2. Clinton: (Too many quotes to count here)

President Trump told a crowd in Huntsville, Ala. on Sept. 22 to "speak to" Attorney General Jeff Sessions after they chanted "lock her up." (The Washington Post)

3. Those UCLA basketball players

4. Members of the gang MS-13 and criminal illegal immigrants: “We will find you, we will arrest you, we will jail you and we will deport you.

5. Snoop Dogg (for this video featuring a mock execution of a clown resembling Trump)

6. Chelsea Manning

7. Bowe Bergdahl: “In the old days, when we were strong as a country, he would have been shot. He would have been — like, fast trial — fair trial, fast trial, boom, if he's guilty, he's gone. Right? That would have been 40, 50 years ago. Twenty years ago, at least he'd been in prison for a long time. Ten years ago, he would have been in prison, maybe for a short time. Now they're talking about nothing!”

8. People who burn the flag

9. People who immigrate illegally more than once: “When they come in once, we deport 'em. When they come in twice, they go to jail for five years. When they come in another one, it'll be 10 years.”

10. Paid “thugs” who interrupt his rallies: “So it came out through WikiLeaks that we had thugs — thugs who should be put in jail, by the way — they attacked policemen in addition to our people, but they were paying thugs. Hillary Clinton was paying thugs $1,500 each plus an iPhone, and they were paying these thugs to go in and disturb our rallies and get into fights.”

(These charges were unfounded.)

11. Ted Cruz and John Kasich, for reaching an agreement to try to prevent Trump from getting the number of delegates he needed: “It's collusion. In business, you go to jail for that.

12. A protester who rushed the stage and whom Trump wrongly accused of having ties to the Islamic State

13. People who don't share information about terrorist attacks: “If it can be proven that somebody had information about any attack and did not give this information to authorities, they must serve prison time.”

14. Steve Rattner, the Obama auto czar who paid $10 million in fines related to a pension scheme but was never charged criminally

15. President Obama (kind of)