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The Funniest Tweets From #TrumpBookReport Take Us Back To The Donald’s Elementary Days

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I wonder what Donald will do about this

Here it goes again! As Americans watched the third and final debate between the presidential candidates (Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, in case you’re living under a rock), we noticed every little and big thing that occurred. People are rather obsessed with Donald’s sniffing, apparently. And flies love landing on Hillary’s face. So when Donald Trump flubbed his way through an important question about the embattled city of Aleppo, people likened his bumbling answer to a child who didn’t read the book he was assigned and had to give a book report on it. Here’s what The Donald had to say about Aleppo:

“Well, Aleppo is a disaster. It’s a humanitarian nightmare. But it has fallen from any standpoint. I mean, what do you need, a signed document? Take a look at Aleppo. It is so sad when you see what’s happened. And a lot of this is because of Hillary Clinton. Because what has happened is by fighting Assad, who turned out to be a lot tougher than she thought, and now she is going to say, ‘Oh, he loves Assad.’ He’s just much tougher and much smarter than her and Obama. And everyone thought he was gone two years ago, three years ago. He aligned with Russia. He now also aligned with Iran, who we made very powerful. We gave them $150 billion back. We give them $1.7 billion in cash. I mean cash, bundles of cash as big as this stage. We gave them $1.7 billion.”

He rambles on further than that, and none of it makes much sense. His answer is as unintelligible as it is false in nature. And, in true Trump fashion, he ended his incoherent answer saying, “And wait until you see what happens in the coming years. Lots of luck, Hillary. Thanks a lot for doing a great job.”

We don’t get it either. So after this rather ridiculous answer, one Twitter user named Antonio French, a St. Louis city alderman, tweeted, “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!'” And so began the trending hashtag #TrumpBookReport with which people are insulting Trump’s lack of information. Here are the best tweets from Donald Trump’s Book Report. Enjoy!

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Did Donald Trump read the book or not? You decide!