Twitter Mocks The Donald With #TrumpBookReport
‘Green eggs? Wrong. Cats in hats? Never.’
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.
Trump's foreign policy answers sound like a book report from a teenager who hasn't read the book. "Oh, the grapes! They had so much wrath!"— Antonio French (@Antonio French) 1476930205
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
Dr. Seuss? Big liar. Very very big liar. Green eggs? Wrong. Cats in hats? Never happened. Medical school? I don't think so. #TrumpBookReport— Jennifer Ray (@Jennifer Ray) 1477055692
The Old Man and the Sea
The man was old. Very old. No stamina. And the sea. The sea is huge. #TrumpBookReport— Olle Svalander (@Olle Svalander) 1477117708
Uncle Tom’s Cabin
Uncle Tom's Cabin, worst cabin in the inner city. Terrible schools. Nasty women & bad hombres everywhere. @AntonioFrench #trumpbookreport— Melanated Soul (@Melanated Soul) 1476936383
The Chronicles of Narnia
The problem with Narnia--which is a disaster by the way--is OPEN BORDERS. Just letting people POUR in through the wardrobe #TrumpBookReport— Sam Tett (@Sam Tett) 1477021881
The Bridges of Madison County
The bridges, nobody builds a bridge like me. I'll build one and make Madison County pay for it #TrumpBookReport— The Real B Ham (@The Real B Ham) 1476933730
The Great Gatsby
Oh, Gatsby? He was a great guy. A great guy. Just tremendous. #TrumpBookReport— philip lewis (@philip lewis) 1476935644
The Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote of La Mancha
Don Quixote was a loser, ok? He couldn't even win against a windmill. Listen, I'll beat all the windmills, believe me. #TrumpBookReport— Shannon Hale (@Shannon Hale) 1476935437
The first four slaughterhouses were losers. The 5th was tremendous. Huge. The best slaughterhouse. #TrumpBookReport— Brian Fitzpatrick (@Brian Fitzpatrick) 1476937803
Little House on the Prairie
Her house was so puny. If I had a house on the prairie, it would be the biggest house. Believe me, it would be huuuge. #TrumpBookReport— Samira Ahmed (@Samira Ahmed) 1476937228