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By Brian Latimer

"Hamilton" creator Lin-Manuel Miranda is known worldwide for his way with words and musical talents, so he channeled his skills into singing tweets written by Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump?

"I am going to be singing you some Trump tweets today," Miranda began in his video with GQ Magazine. "I have not changed a word of these, only added melody."

While sitting on a double-decker tour bus through New York City, Miranda added melodies to three of Donald Trump's tweets.

At the end of the video, Miranda deadpans to the camera with his final message: "Vote."

Miranda is a supporter of Hillary Clinton; earlier this summer he spoke at a "Hamilton" benefit for her. During the fundraiser he tweeted his support for the candidate, urging voters to "include a woman in the sequel;" meaning a Clinton victory would continue Obama's legacy.

Miranda is featured on the cover of GQ Magazine where he talks of the influence of "Hamilton" and life after performing in the award-winning musical.

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