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#Trumpbookreports: Twitter turns literary references into ‘Trump comments’

Twitter users roasted Republican nominee Donald Trump after the third and final round of US presidential debate against his Democrat rival Hillary Clinton concluded on Wednesday.

world Updated: Oct 21, 2016 10:47 IST
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Donald Trump walks onto the stage while attending the annual Alfred E Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner at the Waldorf Astoria in New York City.
Donald Trump walks onto the stage while attending the annual Alfred E Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner at the Waldorf Astoria in New York City.(AFP Photo)

Internet is a great invention. It can be a trove of jokes, all kinds of them -- cat jokes, dog chasing own tail videos and even bathroom jokes (sigh). But every once in a while, there are intelligent, satirical roasts that make up for all the guilty pleasures people indulge in. #Trumpbookreports is one of those.

Twitter users roasted Republican nominee Donald Trump after the third and final round of US presidential debate against his Democrat rival Hillary Clinton concluded on Wednesday. Tweeple picked up literary references and moulded them into hilarious comments dipped in ‘Trump reality’.

It isn’t a surprise the billionaire Republican’s seemingly favourite words -- tremendous, nasty woman and crooked -- feature often in the posts.

Trump and Clinton battled each other on Wednesday over a range of issues, including immigration, tax policies, sexual harassment accusations and terrorism in the last round of the presidential debate. The country will vote on November 8 in one of America’s most unique presidential elections.

Here are some of the reactions: 

Shakespeare turning in his grave?

There are Classics too:

No one was spared

Trump’s controversial remark on Arizona Senator and war hero John McCain wasn’t forgotten either.

The Republican candidate had said in July: “He’s not a war hero. He’s a war hero because he was captured? I like people who weren’t captured.”

And here’s how it all began: 

Meanwhile,