Twitter Mocks The Donald With #TrumpBookReport

‘Green eggs? Wrong. Cats in hats? Never.’

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The largest difference between 2016’s major party presidential nominees has to be their grasp of policy. Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton has been perfectly prepared for all three debates and can confidently describe her nuanced positions on everything from the environment to Syria. On the other hand, Donald Trump’s rambling, improvisational speaking style combined with a fundamental lack of policy knowledge gives the impression that he’s completely unprepared for the job.

During the third and final presidential debate, Twitter user Antonio French summed up Trump’s delivery perfectly, spawning one of the funniest hashtags of the election #TrumpBookReport.

French’s tweet inspired Twitter users to write their own book reports on classic literature using Trump’s unique tweeting and speaking style.

The Cat in the Hat and Green Eggs and Ham

The Old Man and the Sea

Uncle Tom’s Cabin

The Chronicles of Narnia

The Bridges of Madison County

The Great Gatsby

The Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote of La Mancha

Slaughterhouse 5

Little House on the Prairie


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