Donald Trump Jr Attempts to Speak Out Against Lori Loughlin And Felicity Huffman, But His Statements Ended Up Backfiring

Don Trump thought it was a good idea to mock Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman who are caught in a college admission drama. Internet reminded him of his past.

source: Politico

It seems that Donald Trump Jr. has decided to hop on the bandwagon criticizing Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman over their recent bribery scandals. 

However, while many others have successfully said harsh words about the two and have received lots of support for their statements, Trump Jr’s own claims appear to have backfired on him.

Don Trump Jr went through old tweets posted by both actresses and responded in a snarky manner to both of them. 

His attempts to be humorous failed spectacularly, however, as many Twitter users jumped on him and started attacking him instead.

The main statement echoed by many was that Trump Jr himself was not in a very good position to criticize people who had been born into wealth and have exploited it, seeing that he was a Trump.

The family’s history was brought up by multiple users who pointed towards various anecdotes that painted Trump Jr’s father and the rest of his family members in a very negative light.

Some commented that Trump Jr would probably find it hard to point out one employment position that he had acquired through his own means, and not thanks to his father. 

The son of the current U.S. president had no response to those accusations and seemed to want to put the tweets behind him rather quickly. 

The Internet had a different opinion on the situation though, and many have continued to attack him over his comments, claiming that he was out of line.

In her book, Born Trump, Vanity Fair reporter Emily Jane Fox described the younger Trump in a very negative way. 

Fox wrote: "Diaper Don would wake up in some stranger’s dorm room or off-campus apartment or bedroom in his frat house, covered in piss, walk back to his own room, and get blitzed that evening or the next anew."

To make matters worse, the leader of the free world donated $1.4million to the University of Pennsylvania when two of his children Don and Ivanka were enrolled there.

Do you think Don was right or wrong to speak about the college admission scandal? Are the Trumps part of the same world?