September 26, 2022

Don Jr. just publicly humiliated himself with a failed attempt to mock SNL

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Donald Trump Jr., the president’s son, clearly fancies himself an “online personality.” While he ostensibly spends his days doing “business,” whatever that might be, the truth is America’s First Failson spends the majority of his time on Twitter, spreading racist propaganda and desperately hoping for that prized @realDonaldTrump retweet and the validation that accompanies it.


But like his efforts at most things, Don Jr. is not “good” at online, and far too often ends up getting roasted for his sad attempts to dunk on Democrats or anyone currently on his father’s hate-list.

Like this morning, when he tried to make fun of the Democratic Party’s agenda and instead revealed that he doesn’t know what “SNL” stands for.

The classic sketch comedy show Saturday Night Live does not have an “and” in its name anywhere. One would think that Trump Jr. was familiar with the show, considering how they’ve made mocking his father their primary selling point since he stepped into the political arena, but apparently not.

Of course, the even funnier thing is that the platform he’s trying to make fun of is actually very good and one that most Democrats support. Obviously, the remark about “killing babies” is a wildly overdramatic and exaggerated way to portray support for loosening the restrictions on late-term abortions, which are extremely rare and usually only done if the mother’s life is in danger.

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But universal healthcare, abortion rights, high taxes on the rich, reasonable gun reform, and acknowledgment that the Republican Party supports white supremacy? Sign me up.

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Social media quickly pounced on Don Jr. and let him have it:

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Colin Taylor

Managing Editor

Colin Taylor is the managing editor of the Washington Press. He graduated from Bennington College with a Bachelor's degree in history and political science. He now focuses on advancing the cause of social justice, equality, and universal health care in America.

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