The 15 best #TrumpBookReport tweets are book lovers’ saving grace after that garbage debate
At this point in the election, with a little over two weeks until Nov. 8, no one wants to hear Trump’s whiny voice. The only thing getting us through this trying time is the fact that he says such absurd things we don’t even have to try to make jokes, he just hands them to us. It’s also super easy to mimic his hyperbolic, barely-English speech, which is precisely why #TrumpBookReport tweets are so funny.
It’s highly unlikely Trump has read an actual book about something other than him in his adult life, but there’s no denying it would be very entertaining to get his takes on classic novels and infamous characters. If he talks about books the way he talks about people, there would be lots of insults that made little sense and an endless stream of exclamation points no matter what the topic.
The ingenious hashtag allows book lovers to speculate about what the Republican presidential nominee would say about every book from To Kill a Mockingbird to Alice in Wonderland. Since he tends to speak to issues he knows nothing about, most say absolutely nothing about the actual plot or characters of the books. Here are the best #TrumpBookReport tweets on the interweb.
On To Kill a Mockingbird
On The Bible
On Alice in Wonderland
On A Streetcar Named Desire
On Pride and Prejudice
On Little Women
On The Scarlet Letter
On King Lear
On A Series of Unfortunate Events
On Bridget Jones
On One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish
They don’t teach literature at Trump University.