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Rachel Sanoff
August 18, 2016 2:25 pm

If we have to suffer through the racist, misogynistic, and xenophobic (read: horrifying) presidential campaign of Donald Trump, at least we have internet memes to help us cope.

From 30 Rock‘s Jenna Maroney quotes emblazoned over images of Trump

WHY IS THIS SO FITTING

To Twitter’s genius response to #AskTheGays following Trump’s desperate attempt to appear LGBT-friendly

So much gold.

To the dragging of Melania Trump with #FamousMelaniaTrumpQuotes after she read a speech plagiarized from Michelle Obama

And now, mimicking Trump’s abrasive method of communicating, Twitter has blessed us with #TrumpExplainsMoviePlots

Before we delve into the best of this hilarious Twitter hashtag in which folks summarize film plots with incomplete sentences, let’s review Trump’s internet speak, shall we:

Sad!

Has Edward Scissorhands ever sounded so moving?

And once again, Trump would like you to know that he does not have small hands.

Trump and this Back to the Future villain certainly have a lot in common.

The internet has been abuzz with a real Donald Trump/Back to the Future connection, too.

Even famous folks like B.J. Novak are getting in on the hashtag.

The best retelling of our fave childhood movie.

Mad Max, y’all.

Poor Ariel.

Godzilla according to Trump

Darth Vader is def a good guy.

The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants really should have taken his advice.

The Star Wars tweets are serious gems.

Touché!

OK, one more Star Wars tweet.

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