Over the course of the presidential campaign, Donald Trump's tweets have run the gamut between absurd and offensive. In a YouTube video posted Tuesday by GQ, Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda sings some of the most memorable examples.
"I have not changed a word of these," Miranda said in the video. "Only added melody."
The 36-year-old sat in the upper seats of a bus tour while belting out Trump's tweets, including Trump's controversial Cinco De Mayo tweet in which the nominee declared his love for Hispanics.
The video proves that even a brilliant talent like Miranda can't save Trump's 140 character soliloquies.
This isn't the first time this year that Miranda spoke out against Trump's controversial stances. While delivering a commencement address at the University of Pennsylvania, he called out politicians for spewing "anti-immigrant rhetoric" while ignoring the many contributions of immigrants to the U.S.
Latinos are expected to make up 13 percent of the vote in 2016, and Miranda has vowed to help get out the Latino vote.
"I think it's very clear that Latinos living in the United States — their interests are bound up in voting this year, and I'll leave it at that, but making sure people turn out is going to be a priority for me, as it was in 2012," he said in June.
Miranda concluded his Trump musical video with a simple one-word message that sums up everything.