The New York Times published a profile of Donald Trump’s son, Donald Jr., today, featuring a photo of him sitting on a tree stump at his father’s estate in Bedford, New York.
The story portrays Trump Jr., who’s currently managing his father’s real-estate empire, as an outdoorsman who “connects with heartland voters in a way that his more refined sister Ivanka may not.” Trump Jr. learned to hunt and fish from his maternal grandfather in Czechoslovakia after his parents divorced following his father’s affair with Marla Maples.
But many on Twitter couldn’t help themselves after seeing the leading photo of rich-kid Don sitting on a tree stump:
When you return to the spot where your father made you kill your first hobo. pic.twitter.com/6w3oeHIty9
— The Rude Pundit (@rudepundit) March 18, 2017
— Julie Morton (@JulieMorton0323) March 18, 2017
"why doesn't father invite me to any of the fancy meetings?" pic.twitter.com/ucFMMpNYUR
— Jordan Uhl (@JordanUhl) March 18, 2017
tfw when you see your friends post pics of a party on instagram but they didn't invite you because you're a bigot pic.twitter.com/tpNgPPa0Wi
— rob delaney (@robdelaney) March 18, 2017
— Benjamin Siemon (@BenjaminJS) March 18, 2017
Last known photograph of Donald Trump Jr. pic.twitter.com/oiX6i9EycL
— Alternate 2017 (@2017alt) March 18, 2017
Donald Trump Jr. looks like a scarecrow that a bank leaves on a foreclosed farm. pic.twitter.com/1Udvbc02dQ
— Josh Gondelman (@joshgondelman) March 18, 2017