Donald Trump Is Live-Tweeting the Democratic Debate

This should be interesting.

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Predicting that tonight’s Democratic debate is going to be a total snoozefest, Donald Trump has heroically volunteered to spice things up by live-tweeting the event. What type of deep analysis will the bombastic GOP candidate be providing? Try MoJo’s Donald Trump insult generator to get an idea. We’ll be gathering Trump’s best—and worst—tweets here. Stay tuned.

It begins:

On Trump’s imagination:

Imitation sometimes is not all that flattering: 

After Sen. Bernie Sanders discredited the importance of Hillary Clinton’s email controversy: 

 

On immigration reform: 

And then the time when he may have stopped watching altogether: 

Update, 10/14/2015, 11:33 a.m. EST: Donald Trump was ultimately pleased with his live-tweeting performance last night.

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