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#TrumpBookReport: Why this is the best hashtag that the US Presidential election has offered

Literatry enthusiast on Twitter could not help but become the absoulte geek with brilliant reposnses to #TrumpBookReport, from "Harry Potter to Pride and Prejudice and even War and Peace you have it all.

By: Express Web Desk | Kolkata | Updated: October 21, 2016 4:01 pm
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Trolling and Donald Trump seem to have been an inseparable from each other every since he decided to fight the 2016 US Presidential Election. The Republican nominee has hit the headlines often for all the wrong reasons, and people cannot just ignore him. His comments and remarks passed on Hillary Clinton during the final presidential debate have particularly attracted great criticism and trolling.

The best form of humour, however, came about when people started trolling the billionaire-turned-politician for his inadequate knowledge about the US foreign policy, Syrian war and the situation in Aleppo. Trump not only blamed Clinton for a “lot of” the “disaster” in Syria but also claimed “If she [Clinton] did nothing, we’d be in much better shape.”

The Republican nominee, who has ardently propagated against Syrian immigration in the US, claimed during the final debate, “The great migration where she has taken in tens of thousands of Syrian refugees who probably in many cases, not probably, who are definitely in many cases ISIS-aligned. And we now have them in our country and wait until you see this is going to be the great Trojan horse.”

As the political analysts and fact-finding committees reviewed both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump’s arguments, they certainly nullified Trump’s claim about the Syrian crisis and America’s role in it. However, what followed next is arguably the best and positive thing that has evolved from this bitter election season.

The under-prepared or rather unseasoned response by Trump led people on social media compare him to a teenager or middle school student. Many felt his response felt like a book report that of the student and thus #TrumpBookReport was born. People have started tweeting ‘book report’ from classic books and novel through Trump’s eyes and we have to say it is brilliant.

Check these phenomenal witty and apt responses yourself.

Charles Dickens’ Tales of Two Cities

War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy

To Kill to Mocking Bird by Harper Lee

The Great Gatsby

Of course there were Harry Potter book reports too

Apart from these there were zillion more from Winnie the Pooh to Pride and Prejudice

Which reference do you like most, let us know in comments below.