#TrumpBookReport Trends on Twitter as People Imagine Donald Trump’s Take on the Classics

The third and final 2016 presidential debate is now history, but Twitter continued to dissect the battle between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton in detail well into the night on Wednesday, October 19, and one man took the Republican candidate's words and turned them into a trending topic.

"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!'" tweeted St. Louis City Alderman Antonio French, who is a candidate for St. Louis mayor.

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Donald Trump gestures during the third U.S. presidential debate at the Thomas & Mack Center on Oct. 19, 2016, in Las Vegas. Win McNamee/Getty Images

People quickly took the idea of a #TrumpBookReport and ran with it, offering up their opinions on how the former reality TV star would sum up everything from To Kill a Mockingbird to The Hunger Games and Harry Potter. To quote one commenter, "Wordnerds, meet your bliss."

Here is a sampling of their offerings, which included references to the sexual assault allegations against the real estate mogul and his use of the word bigly during Wednesday's debate.

Death of a Salesman: "Let's just say I am the better salesman. It's sad that he died, but I am better."

Wuthering Heights: "Those poor heights. They were wuthering. Wuthering so bad. Bigly wuthering. I'll make them great again."

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

To Kill a Mockingbird: "Hillary doesn't have the stamina to kill a mockingbird. Boo Radley, Atticus Finch, they are rolling over in their graves."

The Bible: "Terrific book. God's a great author. 7 or 8 Commandments I could definitely agree with. The others I'd like to renegotiate."

The Hunger Games: "When District 12 sends its people, they're not sending their best. They're sending Katniss Everdeen. What a nasty woman."

Game of Thrones: "Westeros is failing. Wall is okay. I could build it higher. American steel. I'd be the best King. Tremendous king. Isis."

Harry Potter: "Look, I don't know Voldemort. He said nice things about me. If we got along with Death Eaters, wouldn't be so bad."

Check out more tweets below.

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