Donald Trump Jr owned himself again after sharing an inaccurate Obamacare meme

Greg Evans
Friday 15 February 2019 16:00
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In the latest edition of 'Donald Trump Jr shouldn't have social media', the president's son has shared a meme which couldn't be more inaccurate.

With his father having announced a national emergency on border security in order to get his border wall funded, Trump Jr thought it would be a good idea to tweet this Kermit meme.

Wherever Trump Jr got this meme from clearly didn't do much research, as it wouldn't have taken him two minutes to look up the history of Obamacare and realise that it was passed by both the House and Senate in 2010.

It really isn't that hard, but then again this is a man who thought SNL was spelt 'S&L', so what hope do we have of him understanding basic facts and history?

Although some people might be ready to 'enjoy the wall', a lot of others were quick to point out that his meme on Obamacare was inherently wrong.

Imagine being made to sign up for affordable health insurance?

Remember folks, always double check your memes before sharing them.

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