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The Funniest #TrumpBookReport Tweets — Literary Classics as Explained by Donald Trump

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Is Trump (right) summarizing Shakespeare for Hillary Clinton at the Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner on Thursday? (Getty)

An odd hashtag trended heavily on Twitter Thursday — #TrumpBookReport. What’s a “Trump book report?” The hashtag originated after St. Louis, Missouri, city alderman and mayoral candidate Antonio French posted his own thoughts about Donald Trump’s performance in the final presidential debate on Wednesday night.

French compared Trump’s answers to a bad school book report, imagining how Trump might interpret a literary classic.

French’s tweet was retweeted nearly 15,000 times and spawned a top-ranked Twitter trend in the #TrumpBookReport hashtag. Here are some of the best and funniest tweets inspired by French’s original Twitter posting.

Here’s the “Donald Trump” version of Stephen King’s debut novel.

And Harry Potter.

Shakespeare’s immortal romantic tragedy.

A children’s classic.

Charles Dickens’ epic of the French Revolution, A Tale of Two Cities.

One for fans of the Merchant-Ivory films.

We’ll just leave this one here.

This one too.

More Shakespeare a la Trump.

No fairy tale is safe.

Nor is Dr. Seuss.

This modern horror classic will never be the same.

Homer’s epic poem The Iliad, summarized by “Trump.”

The greatest novel of the American Civil War.

Or one of the greatest American novels of the 20th century.

Finally, the tweet that sums up all of the other #TrumpBookReport tweets.

Thousands of #TrumpBookReport tweets turned upon Twitter Thursday. Search the hashtag for more of the funniest “Trump” takes on legends of literature.

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