The tweets aren’t always perfect—it is a randomly generated string of letters made by a computer, after all. “@DeepDrumpf’s Tweets don’t always make complete sense, but are usually at least partially coherent —much like the candidate himself,” MIT said in a release. Some of them are pretty much perfect, sounding somewhere between how Trump speaks, what what his internal monologue likely sounds like:

Hayes said that he may build bots for the other candidates (including a “DeepBern” for Democrat Bernie Sanders) and have them talk to each other. Perhaps when it comes to the next election, we can just skip the debates, and have the candidates’ bots bash it out Twitter. It’ll save us all a lot of time.

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