After the third and final US presidential debate on Thursday, it was easy to conclude that Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's attitude at all the three debates could be described with one word: Crass.
Whether they were enlightening remarks about the "nasty woman" and "bad hombres" or the ingenious "Wrong!" comeback to pretty much any allegation made against him, the remarks made by Trump perhaps set a new low for debating.
And what is the worst thing you can imagine a person like that doing? That's right: Commenting on literature.
Whenever someone makes a strange remark or does something ridiculous, you can expect a hilarious response from the Twitterati.
And this time, people on Twitter told us what it would look like if Donald Trump reviewed or commented on some classic works in literature:
I don't read books.
They're all rigged.
Reading is for losers.
— Brandon Unger (@ungerbn103) October 20, 2016
NOBODY, I mean NOBODY, has more pride than me. And NOBODY has more prejudice. I have so much pride. And so much prejudice. #TrumpBookReport
— Dax Varley (@daxvarley) October 20, 2016
To Kill a Mockingbird? Nobody kills Mockingbirds better than me. I will kill the families of Mockingbirds. Believe me. #TrumpBookReport
— Liam van der Spek (@SpekOfTheDevil) October 20, 2016
Hogwarts was rigged. Harry Potter begged like a dog not to be in Slytherin. Dumbledore bailed him out. I alone can fix! #TrumpBookReport
— Daniel Drezner (@dandrezner) October 20, 2016
"It was the best of times"
"It was the worst of times"
"It was the age of wisdom"
— Erin Baker (@Peash_) October 20, 2016
There was much ado, believe me. So much ado. Many people are saying how much ado there was. And about what? Nothing! #TrumpBookReport
— Martha C. O'Hara (@marthacohara) October 20, 2016
Darcy? Great man. Tremendous man. Has 10,000 a year. Attractive wife but she's got a mouth on her. #trumpbookreport
— Clementine Ford (@clementine_ford) October 21, 2016
THE TRIAL. Look, is Josef K guilty? I don't know, but a lot of people are saying he is. A lot of the best people say it. #TrumpBookReport
— Electric Literature (@ElectricLit) October 21, 2016
Mein Kampf. Tough on immigration. Tough on bankers. Tough on enemies. Make Germany Great Again. Great leader. My hero! #TrumpBookReport
— Top Conservative Cat (@TeaPartyCat) October 21, 2016
This Dorian. I would have got my foundation to pay for the portrait. Loser. #TrumpBookReport
— Peter Griffin (@zigzackly) October 20, 2016
"Such a nasty hobbit." #TrumpBookReport
— Awful Fantasy (@AwfulFantasy) October 20, 2016
Anne Frank. With that face I don't blame her for hiding. #trumpbookreport
— andy lassner (@andylassner) October 20, 2016
Hamlet was weak, so weak. He couldn't make up his mind. I can, believe me. I've made up my mind very much better than him. #TrumpBookReport
— James Morrison (@JamesPMorrison) October 20, 2016
Pride and Prejudice. Great book. I take tremendous pride in being prejudiced. #TrumpBookReport
— Dr. Fraud (@Drfraud19) October 20, 2016
This Dracula. An immigrant, a criminal, a bad hombre. I'd build a Transylvanian border wall & make vampires pay for it. #TrumpBookReport
— Henry Tudor (@KngHnryVIII) October 20, 2016
Sleeping Beauty? The Prince just started kissing her. Didn't even ask. When you're a prince they let you do it.#TrumpBookReport
— Sameer Noorani (@sameernoorani) October 20, 2016
That Giving Tree was a loser. It gave and gave and gave. Horrible deals. Ends up a stump. Schmuck. #TrumpBookReport
— Warren Leight (@warrenleightTV) October 20, 2016
Achilles. What a failure. Weak heels. Only I can take Troy. And I do not have weak heels. My heels are so good. Believe me. #TrumpBookReport
— Kaavya Ramesh (@KaavyaMRamesh) October 20, 2016
Les Miserables, of course they are miserable, the inner city is a mess folks, believe me. People stealing bread everywhere. #TrumpBookReport
— Nasty Ashmit (@calydonianbore) October 20, 2016
The Hunger Games are rigged, folks. Everyone knows Katniss won because she played the woman card. Nasty woman. Very rigged. #TrumpBookReport
— missy kurzweil (@missykurz) October 20, 2016
Winnie the Pooh...don't get me started. Low energy. Lazy. Overweight & no stamina. Always eating. He should be drug tested.#TrumpBookReport
— Morgan Cikowski (@Morgans_Twitt3r) October 20, 2016
Look, I don't know Voldemort at all, OK. But the guy has totally outsmarted Goofy Dumbledore and Crooked Harry. Sad! #TrumpBookReport
— Sean Haspel (@SeanHaspel) October 20, 2016
They say "Winter is Coming" but it never does! Just a sad lib attempt to sell climate change. That Wall tho, it's good! #TrumpBookReport
— Such a nasty womanu (@ManuclearBomb) October 20, 2016
Jurrasic Park. Yuge disaster. Dinosaurs everywhere. So many deaths. So many. I'd have built bigger fences. The best fences #TrumpBookReport
— Alex McIntire (@A_Mac_27) October 20, 2016
Anna Karenina. Such a nasty woman. #Trumpbookreport
— John Podhoretz (@jpodhoretz) October 20, 2016
Fault? These stars are a disaster. A disaster, let me tell you. Believe me, I'm going to make stars great again. #TrumpBookReport
— Maureen Johnson (@maureenjohnson) October 20, 2016
Lolita? In six years, I'll be dating her.#TrumpBookReport
— Jennifer Senior (@JenSeniorNY) October 20, 2016
Who knows For Whom the Bell Tolls? It should toll for me, but the bell is rigged. Very rigged. Hemingway golfed with Bill. #TrumpBookReport
— Joseph McClain (@j2250) October 20, 2016
Sophie's Choice. Justin. Such a loser. Not my first choice, I can tell you. #TrumpBookReport
— samit basu (@samitbasu) October 20, 2016
Kids are immigrating to Narnia illegally & they're stealing jobs. We have to help that white witch make Narnia great again. #TrumpBookReport
— Ian McLaren (@iancmclaren) October 20, 2016
Little Women? How little? In ten years, I'll be dating them. #TrumpBookReport
— Mithila Phadke (@PhadkeTai) October 20, 2016
50 Shades of Grey? Boring! Grey's a weak color. Very weak. Lightweight. Gold's better. I have a lot of gold. I'm very rich. #TrumpBookReport
— Laura Tisdall (@LauraTisdall) October 20, 2016
Gatsby? He says he was great. I don't know. People are saying maybe not so great. I'll make Gatsby great again. #trumpbookreport
— Brian Francis (@briandfrancis) October 20, 2016
Noah was so bad. I'll deport the animals. All the animals love me. I'll build a beautiful ark. God will pay for the ark. #TrumpBookReport
— James Melville (@JamesMelville) October 20, 2016
#TrumpBookReport the Dictionary. It's got a lot of words. But my words are better. I have the best words. Everybody says so.
— Scott Nelson (@hatrik10) October 20, 2016
Alice is hot. Maybe in ten years I will be dating her. Just grab her by the Cheshire Cat. Make Wonderland Great Again! #TrumpBookReport
— Gary Foss (@garyvfoss) October 20, 2016
The first rule of Fight Club is I don't have to accept the results of any fight I lose in Fight Club. #TrumpBookReport
— Faith Choyce (@faithchoyce) October 20, 2016
I have the best songs. Great songs, believe me. They're not about Ice. Or Fire. Wrong. Wrong. They're about me #TrumpBookReport
— samit basu (@samitbasu) October 20, 2016
— Callie (@calliembush) October 20, 2016
"Juliet. Such a nasty woman. She made Romeo kill himself. And believe me he could have done better. Look at her." #TrumpBookReport
— Catherine Q. (@CatherineQ) October 20, 2016
— Steve McPherson (@steventurous) October 20, 2016
Cartoonist Matthew Inman also created a brilliant comic to show how to 'Trump', a line of thinking which must have been used to create a lot of these tweets.
We were so inspired by the witty tweets that we decided to give the Trump treatment to some Indian writing:
"Three Mistakes of My Life? Wrong, that's just fiction. I never made any mistakes. Ask Sean Hannity. No one asks Sean Hannity."
"The Hungry Tide? I never read that. It's just immigrants and bad hombres trying to take our jobs."
"The Discovery of India? I love India, okay? There's swatches of land there. I own property there."
"I used to have a Half Girlfriend, believe me. Now she's accusing me of groping her. #NastyWoman"
"Midnight's Children are a disaster. Just a disaster. You've got to build a wall to keep those bad hombres out. Bigly."
"I don't know Ram. But 14 years in the jungle and he didn't build a single hotel. That's bad business"
Published Date: Oct 21, 2016 10:00 AM | Updated Date: Oct 25, 2016 10:59 AM