The Donald Trump campaign has been nothing if not a source of endless amusement for the denizens of the social media. While the mainstream media insists on treating the Trump campaign with much more seriousness than it deserves, Twitter has no such qualms.
For some reason, “#TrumpRomCom” began trending hard on Twitter today, imagining famous romantic comedies starring Trump, and, well, the results speak for themselves. Most of the parody movie titles revolve around Trump’s multiple marriages, his tendency to cheat on his wives, his disturbing attraction towards his own daughters, but some of them nailed him on his flagrant racism, his love for Russian dictator Vladimir Putin, and his willingness to bribe, steal, and cheat to get his way.
Check out the best of the tweets here:
— Donald J. Drumpf (@RealDonalDrumpf) September 7, 2016
The Princess Bribe #TrumpRomCom
— Aaron Weinbaum (@aaronsayswhat1) September 7, 2016
— Jamie Brausen (@xjamiebobamie) September 7, 2016
Bigot Jones’ Diary
— Former GOP John (@FormerGOPJohn) September 7, 2016
— Dusty (@DustinGiebel) September 7, 2016
— harleyb (@harleyb11) September 7, 2016
#TrumpRomCom Honey I Shrunk My Hands
— Sean (@SeanJohn1313) September 7, 2016
Ten Things I Hate About People Who Aren’t White Men #TrumpRomCom
— (((Wisco))) (@Wisco) September 7, 2016
“It’s a fish out of water tale about a small handed boy, with big city dreams” #TrumpRomCom
— D.V. Dagrate (@DuoVonDagrate) September 7, 2016
#TrumpRomCom Hate, actually.
— jactrack (@loge23) September 7, 2016
How to Lose a GOP in 10 Days #TrumpRomCom
— Ben Rosen (@BenSethRosen) September 7, 2016
— Cool Pope Francis (@CoolPontifex) September 7, 2016
— Pin Head (@PiercedSkull) September 7, 2016
Four Bankruptcies And Hopefully A Funeral #TrumpRomCom
— mattycanuck (@mattycanuck430) September 7, 2016
— Joey Gallo (@joeygallo922) September 7, 2016
My African American And Me. #TrumpRomCom
— Tuck Frump (@Juice_are_evil) September 7, 2016
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This is a staff report from former Occupy Democrats Editor in Chief Colin Taylor or contributor Rob Haffney.