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The New York Times on Saturday published a profile of President Donald Trump's son, Donald Jr., 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.
In addition to promoting white supremacist views, Trump Jr. has been widely criticized over photos that first emerged in 2012 showing him on a hunting trip in Africa, including one of him holding a knife and the bloody tail of an elephant. But he credits his sporting lifestyle with helping him to quit partying, following a 2001 arrest for public drunkenness.
Here's how Twitter reacted to the photo.
"why doesn't father invite me to any of the fancy meetings?" pic.twitter.com/ucFMMpNYUR— Jordan Uhl (@JordanUhl) March 18, 2017
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
Cool, when did County Seat get back in business? pic.twitter.com/3OYHZQLsQG— Henry J. Gomez (@HenryJGomez) 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
how is he so bad at sitting? pic.twitter.com/Jg7cTMfDcc— Jordan Freiman (@JordanFreiman) March 18, 2017
Dude looks like we attached American Psycho's head to Larry The Cable Guy's body— Erin 🎶Gloria🎶 Ryan (@morninggloria) March 18, 2017
Honestly am not surprised that DJT Jr. is the asshole kid from The Giving Tree. pic.twitter.com/42Th8ibbhz— Rachel Vorona Cote (@RVoronaCote) March 18, 2017
MACROpenis. Macro. pic.twitter.com/CC9mdMhgnZ— Jon Daly (@jondaly) March 18, 2017
Just thinking about that time he felt like a real big man. pic.twitter.com/jTvcXnEPss— kath 🙀❄️ (@KathyBurke) March 18, 2017
In nature there are few sights as rare as the giant red douchebag tree pic.twitter.com/Bt62uSxCu3— elan gale (@theyearofelan) March 18, 2017