Trump Explains Movie Plots: The Best, Funniest, Hand-Picked Tweets

Hindustan Times (New Delhi, India), August 18, 2016 | Go to article overview

Trump Explains Movie Plots: The Best, Funniest, Hand-Picked Tweets


New Delhi, Aug. 18 -- Count it on Donald Trump to make your dull Thursday great again. If he is not saying something totally weird and inappropriate for a US Presidential Election candidate, his haters will definitely come up with the good stuff.

Twitter is currently having fun with #TrumpExplainMoviePlots which started trending on Thursday. Thousands of people have tried their hands at how Trump would explain the plots of popular Hollywood movies in his own Trump-y way.

Here are a few gems. Try to guess these. If you fail, we have the answers right below the tweet:

1.

Big shark. Biggest shark you ever saw. I saw it, folks. Huge. Police chief. Great guy, friend of mine. He KILLED it #TrumpExplainsMoviePlots

Answer:

2.

Voldemort, great guy. Ridding the magic world of immigrants. Crooked Harry can't be trusted #MakeHogwartsGreatAgain #TrumpExplainsMoviePlots

Answer:

3.

So they storm the beach, trying to recover this captured private. Bad film. I like people who weren't captured ok? #TrumpExplainsMoviePlots

Answer:

4.

This guy, this creepy guy, he's got scissors for hands. Many people are saying this. My hands, they're great. #TrumpExplainsMoviePlots

Answer:

5. …

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