Ask and you shall receive.

During last night’s second presidential debate, a Muslim audience member asked the presidential candidates a question about the xenophobia surrounding this year's election cycle.

“You've mentioned working with Muslim nations, but with Islamophobia on the rise, how will you help people like me deal with the consequences of being labeled as a threat to the country after the election is over?” she asked.

Donald Trump failed to address how he specifically would help Muslims with Islamophobia, but made one simple, interesting suggestion: “We have to be sure that Muslims come in and report when they see something going on.”

Trump went on to clarify that he wanted Muslims to report “hatred.” He then went on to talk about the San Bernardino shooting and how “many people saw bombs,” and asserted, again, that Muslims “have to report the problems.”

Yes, Trump’s proposal was simple. But it was too simple, leaving Muslims to question which issues Trump really wanted them to report. Was it Islamophobia? Terrorism? What exactly?

So with this new call to action, Muslims reported "something." They reported ALL of "something," starting with the man creepily stalking Hillary Clinton on the debate stage.

This tweet from Moustafa Bayoumi, a professor at Brooklyn College, became the most retweeted tweet of the debate.

Of Trump's vague suggestion bore #MuslimsReportStuff, the cheeky Twitter clapback to the Donald's half-assed attempt to care about Islamophobia.

Many participants were quick to report Trump himself.

Frankly, it's fair to report Trump. Teachers are reporting an increase in bullying of minority students in schools thanks to Trump's xenophobic candor and his loyal followers — it's called the "Trump Effect."

Yup, Trump said he was "not unproud" of his 3 a.m. Tweetstorm last month in which he accused former Miss Universe Alicia Michado of having a sex tape. Maybe someone needs to report Trump's use of double negatives to confuse the American people?

Others reported their sentiments toward the election cycle.

But the awards for most entertaining tweets go to the people who took Trump's proposal and ran with it.

I feel this tweet on an existential level.

Ibtihaj totally reported for the entire US when she went to the Olympics in Rio.

How about THAT for reporting, Trump?

Some tweets were actually MUCH more helpful than initially expected.

Golf clap to this tweeter for just saying what we're all thinking.

Don't tattle on your own wife, man! Totally uncool.

It's chill, girl. Everybody makes mistakes. Everybody has those days.

A very valid report.

This one was meta AF.

And then some actually DID report the "hatred" and "problems" of which Donaldorf Trumpleton spoke.

I'm sure #MuslimsReportStuff will have Trump thinking twice next time he calls for semi-civic duty.

Now if only we could teach Trump a thing or two about those vote suppressors parading as "Trump election observers."