The First Family has an affinity for its especially un-presidential presence on social media. But this tweet from Donald Trump Jr. might just take the cake:
Immediately following Donald Trump Jr.’s tweet, Twitter responded. It did not go well for the outspoken son of the President.
Don't tell me: made in China?
— Lillian Gillies (@OtterQueen) April 15, 2017
Does it come in prison orange?
— Aaron Serna (@AaronSerna) April 15, 2017
The Trump name is a synonym for fake news so you might as well advertise
— Ocular Nervosa (@ocularnervosa) April 15, 2017
HAHAHA IT'S FUNNY BECAUSE EVERYTHING YOU SHARE IS FAKE NEWS
— Chris O'Leary (@ohhleary) April 15, 2017
— Has Anxiety (@LeeHasAnxiety) April 15, 2017
Finally, some truth:
meanwhile, what are the ordinary Americans doing this weekend? Worrying about their healthcare and WWW III.
— Claire N Barnes, MA (@ClaireNBarnes) April 15, 2017
Brian Tyler Cohen is a political writer, actor, and comedy sketch director. He graduated from Lehigh University with a dual degree in English and Business. He currently lives in Los Angeles.