Son of GOP Nominee Refers to Women as Cattle
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In 2011 Donald Trump, Jr. posted a tweet that referred to women as cattle or livestock.
"Ever notice that if u get a herd of mothers together they arent [sic] physically capable of talking about anything but birth pregnancy & diapers?," Trump Jr. wrote.
Ever notice that if u get a herd of mothers together they arent physically capable of talking about anything but birth pregnancy & diapers?— Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) July 31, 2011
Trump is an Executive Vice President at The Trump Organization. His sister, Ivanka Trump, earlier this month falsely touted The Trump Organization's child care and maternity leave benefits, while she and her father lied about Hillary Clinton's policies.
Recently, Donald Trump Jr. has come under fire for other social media postings, mostly ones that reference or include white supremacist memes.
Earlier this week he posted a ridiculous meme comparing victims of the Syrian civil war – refugees – to poisoned Skittles. The image he used, which was posted as an official campaign meme, was copyrighted and stolen from a man who himself was a Middle Eastern refugee as a child. Coincidentally, his poisoned candy analogy has roots in Nazi propaganda.
Earlier this month he posted another meme, which also included popular neo-Nazi and white supremacist imagery.
In March Trump Jr. gave an interview to a white supremacist radio host.
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