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People Are Explaining Literary Classics Through Donald Trump's Eyes

"This cat had a hat. Huge hat. I grabbed that cat. #TrumpBookReport."

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The hashtag #TrumpBookReport was born from Antonio French's 🔥 tweet during yesterday's presidential debate.

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!"

Now people are tweeting Donald Trump's take on old classics, and it's wonderful.

Those poor heights. They were wuthering. Wuthering so bad. Bigly wuthering. I'll make them great again. #TrumpBookReport @AntonioFrench

Dumbledore?Such a disaster.He ran that school for 30 years & look at it. Now that Voldermort, you may not like him but... #TrumpBookReport

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Some of the reports sound uncanny.

This cat had a hat. Huge hat. I grabbed that cat. #TrumpBookReport

Alice is hot. Maybe in ten years I will be dating her. Just grab her by the Cheshire Cat. Make Wonderland Great Again! #TrumpBookReport

Hilary had 30 years To Kill A Mockingbird, and she failed. A disaster! I know mockingbirds, I'll launch a sneak attack #TrumpBookReport

"Juliet. Such a nasty woman. She made Romeo kill himself. And believe me he could have done better. Look at her." #TrumpBookReport

This version of Trump's take on Game of Thrones is very good.

The Lannisters. Great family. Strong leaders. Ramsay Bolton said nice things about me. Jon Snow is for open borders. Loser. #TrumpBookReport

And Fight Club.

The first rule of Fight Club is I don't have to accept the results of any fight I lose in Fight Club. #TrumpBookReport

What was it called? Belittle Women? Great book. #TrumpBookReport

#TrumpBookReport is pretty much the best thing on twitter right now.

Victoria Sanusi is a reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in London.

Contact Victoria Sanusi at victoria.sanusi@buzzfeed.com.

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