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Twitter has been explaining movies in the style of Donald Trump

"The Donald" might be trying to backtrack and apologise for his biggest gaffes, but Twitter never forgets.

Its latest genius attempt to ridicule America's most easily ridiculed presidential candidate is the #TrumpExplainsMoviePlots hashtag - turning cinema's greatest works into full on "Trumpisms" by re-telling their plots the incomparable verbal style of the man himself.

He has a way with words, after all. Great guy. Gets things done. End of story.

Here's a selection of the best so far.

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