Trump Jr tries to mock Hollywood actors involved in the college bribe scandal and fails miserably

Narjas Zatat@Narjas_Zatat
Wednesday 13 March 2019 12:00
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As the university admissions bribery scandal rocks Hollywood, Donald Trump Jr decided to weigh in on the matter – and he probably shouldn’t have.

Actresses Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman were two out of almost 50 wealthy parents to be involved with the college admissions bribery scandal, and Donald Trump’s son attempted to drag them.

He responded to a since-deleted tweet (she deleted her Twitter account) that said “there are more important things than money.”

Trump Jr had written: “Hollywood.”

In another Tweet, he attempted to make fun of Huffman, who in 2016 tweeted: “What are your best ‘hacks’ for the back-to-school season?”

“I’m learning some new ones as we speak. Stay tuned,” he wrote.

In another he said:

Is it just me or is everyone in Hollywood strangely silent today? Come on guys you're always very vocal in forcing your opinions on everyone... What changed?

Trump Jr graduated from the University of Pennsylvania. His tweet drew much criticism as people pointed to a Daily Pennsylvania article from the 1990s that reported Trump giving “over $100,000 to Penn Club.”

The passage reads:

After several years of limited involvement with the University, Trump’s activity has increase this year following the matriculation of his son, Wharton freshman Donald Trump Jr.

Bloomberg journalist pointed out that Trump had reportedly donated over one million dollars to the university

Others pointed to a Vanity Fair article written by Emily Jane Fox which suggests Don had been a bed wetter at university…

And to his father's many contributions to universities his family members went on to attend...

People suggested the US president's son bow out gracefully

Others demonstrated what the verb 'to drag' actually means

Basically...

Don's Twitter activity is often the centre of jokes. For, well, obvious reasons.

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