Sometimes in life we are aware of very beautiful moments for this world, moments so important that they will be commented on by historians in the coming years and will at least deserve their own Wikipedia entries. In recent days, Donald Trump Jr. has given us two of them.
He first appeared on The View to publicize his new book, Triggered, which begins with premise that "a victimization complex has taken root in the American left" and then spends hundreds of pages complaining about how bad liberals have been with their family and how unfair their life is. On the daytime talk show, Donald Trump the Younger fought the five hosts and was booed by the audience. On the subject of your decision to report the alleged whistleblower, your girlfriend, Kimberly Guilfoyle, told the audience that you were in the bathroom when it happened and said: “I left you alone for 10 minutes; what happens when the mamacita is gone? "
Then on Sunday, the first boy and his mother girlfriend stopped at the University of California, Los Angeles, to take a look at the tome. Presumably they thought they would be in a friendlier company because the event was hosted by conservative group Turning Point USA and moderated by terrible human Charlie Kirk They presumably thought the room would be a safe space to drag traitors who will not let the president commit as many insurmountable offenses as he wants, and that they will receive nothing but flattery for owning libs. Unfortunately for Donfoyle – yes, this is their couple, spread the word – things didn't work out! And not because, according to Triggered's thesis, liberals hate freedom of speech.
Instead, the pair received deafening boos from the president's own supporters after he was announced that the Q&A session has been canceled. Despite the fact that heckling was supposedly coming from people with Make America Great Again hats and other pro-Trump outfits, the first child apparently initially assumed it was from leftist protesters because he is not very smart. "Name a time when conservatives disturbed even the far left of a university campus," he told the crowd. "It's not like that. We're willing to listen." After an audience member shouted reasonably, "Then open the questions and answers!" Junior replied, "Do you understand what I mean?" (Answer: No, nobody listened.) "And that's the problem. And the reason why it often doesn't make sense to ask questions and answers is not because we're not willing to talk about the questions, because we do. No. It's because people kidnap you nonsense, trying to do it." some kind of sound. You have people spreading nonsense, spreading hatred, trying to dominate the room. "
From there, the screams of "questions and answers!" They grew taller by the time Donfoyle was already fed up. Rising to voice his opinion, Guilfoyle told the group: “You are not making your parents proud to be rude, disturbing, and impolite. We are happy to answer a question. Respect the people around you so they can hear. After they continued to demand an opportunity to ask questions, she really brought the heat. "Let me say something," she snapped. "I bet you get involved and keep dating online because you're not impressing anyone here to make an appointment in person."
It's not entirely clear what Guilfoyle meant, but we think she was trying to suggest that people boo her and Trump Jr. – who is it? apparently in a love triangle with their own father – they are trolls who can't date in real life. Soon after, she and Trump Jr. left the stage. The president's adult son has not yet commented on the humiliating imbroglio, but presumably he will mention it in Triggered 2, in a passage similar to that in which he compares the many "sacrifices" his family made to those of people who & # 39; I was literally killed in battle.
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