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A Ton Of High Schoolers Took The Opportunity To Roast Trump In Their AP Exam Essays

"Probably got a 1, but at least I got to roast Trump in my essay."

Posted on May 10, 2017, at 6:33 p.m. ET

Across the country on Wednesday, high schoolers took the AP English exam, a standardized test featuring multiple choice and essay questions — including one that many took as an opportunity to roast President Trump.

The question (which was based on "America the Illiterate," a column by progressive writer Chris Hedges) asked how much of a role "artifice," or cunning and deceit, play in politics.

The question (which was based on "America the Illiterate," a column by progressive writer Chris Hedges) asked how much of a role "artifice," or cunning and deceit, play in politics.

And, well, a lot of teens had the exact same idea for their essay.

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They came ready to roast.

They really didn't hold back.

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Naturally, the teens pondered how the commander in chief might feel about being such an inspiration to AP students.

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And now, some of them are wondering...what happens if the test graders turn out to be Trump supporters?

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(Some people planned ahead and specifically avoided writing about Trump for that very reason.)

Good luck with those scores, AP students!

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