The image had been painted red, with only California and New York marked as Democratic parts of the United States. Image of Donald Trump via YouTube… In Trump Jr ’s map, Russia, North Korea, and Iran were all supporting his father.
He even claimed that the Black and Caspian Seas were classed as Republican voters, and the “s***hole countries” of Africa and Haiti were also backing Trump. “ Donald Trump, Jr.” by Gage Skid more is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0Social media users were quick to point out that Trump Jr.
Another Twitter user shared a Forbes graph, showing that Europe was overwhelmingly supporting Biden. He infamously used Instagram to share a meme that had his father’s face superimposed onto Exotic’s head.
Had he watched the program he would not find comparing his father to Joe “The Tiger King” Exotic a good idea? Joe Exotic is an unstable individual that many people have referred to as “evil.” The tiger breeder even tried to run for president at one point.
Image via Donald Trump ’s Instagram It seems that the post was in some way supposed to make a point about the ongoing impeachment inquiry into his father. Trump ’s head was photoshopped onto the body of wrestler Brock Lesser, who is the current WWE Smackdown world champion.
In 2018, adult film star Stormy Daniels stated during an interview that Trump had told her that he hated sharks and hoped that they would all die. Daniels added that at one point that she had met Trump at a hotel for what she believed was going to be a business meeting only to find herself watching a documentary on shark attacks with him.
We've finally made it to election day, and both sides are predicting that they'll win with either a red wave or blue wave sweeping the nation. Instead of the more traditional, and arguably rational, map of the United States, the President's son posted a picture of the entire globe that's predominantly red with the caption “Okay, finally got around to making my electoral map prediction.
Most of the map is red, including Antarctica and only California, New York, China, Mexico, Liberia and India were blue. It's not quite clear if he's trying to make a joke, and the Twitter responses are a mix of vicious and confused, with people weighing in from around the world with comments like this one, “Hi, British person here.
I swear a kindergartener made this MS Paint using ass” “Oh my god he thinks India is Iran doesn't he” tweeted one user and another “I'm pretty sure Don Jr.
“Thank you, Donald Trump, for recognizing Jammy and Kashmir as part of Pakistan” (via Twitter). Some, in a desperate bid to bring humor to the affair, have posted joke maps showing the entire nation voting for Jeb Bush or some other absurd figure.
Decided to join the fun today, but a few odd choices in his joke map bring into question whether the nation is laughing with him or at him. Opted to go with a world map, which is surely part of the joke that the president's son is aware of, making the vast majority of countries as well as U.S. states red.
Other oddities included the fact that Antarctica went for Trump in this map in spite of it being almost exclusively populated by penguins and that the Black Sea and other bodies of water are colored in, also going red in this scenario. It was posted to a pro- Trump troll account that likes to make use of the Pepe the Frog character popular among far-right reactionaries at least 18 hours before Don stole it.
Predicting a “red wave”, Donald Trump posted a world map with the majority of countries filled in with red, the Republican Party's color, to indicate that his father will emerge victorious in the election. In a tweet on Election Day, Trump Jr said: “Okay, finally got around to making my electoral map prediction “, sharing an image of a world map that showed Russia, North Korea and Iran as Trump backers.
The map also showed the US painted as red, with only California and New York marked as Democrat-voting. Many took to Twitter to mock his tweet, speculating that Trump Jr may have confused India for Iran.
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Sharing the world map in the color of Republicans and Democrats, Trump Jr showed that his father will achieve a massive victory. Sparking major controversy and inviting ire on social media, Donald Trump, the eldest son of US President while predicting results of the 2020 presidential elections, stated that JFK and northeast India will have a “red wave” (the Republican Party's color) while the rest of India would support Blue (Biden).
Apart from China, the map suggested that New York, California, Mexico, Liberia, Sri Lanka, Cuba and India would back 77-year-old Biden. Millions of voters braved coronavirus concerns and occasional long lines on Tuesday to choose between President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden in an epic election that will influence how the US confronts everything from the pandemic to race relations for years to come.
“Whether she was or not, she was always supposed to be the 'moderating influence' (on her father), which doesn't make you very popular with the average Republican voter,” The Atlantic's political writer McKay Poppins told the paper. Critics inside the White House nicknamed Ivanka as “Habit”, or “home of all bad ideas”, while her husband Jared Kushner was dubbed “secretary of everything” for his wide-ranging meddling, investigative journalist Vicky Ward wrote in a book about the couple last year.
The Extraordinary Story of Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump, painted the couple as ruthlessly ambitious and loathed by many who were forced to work with them. The President's more right-wing advisers grated at Kushner's focus on progressive causes such as criminal justice reform, which many believed had hurt him politically.
The Trump base's animosity towards “Havana” was epitomized by the couple's fiery relationship with Steve Bannon, the former chief strategist who left the White House after a falling out with his boss in 2017. In Ward's book, Bannon recalled clashing with the couple as he attempted to turn Trump's nationalistic campaign rhetoric into government policy, describing Kushner as a “****ING devil”.
President DonaldTrump's first wife Ivana speaks about her relationship with the First lady, Melania Trump. “There's no question that Donald Jr wants to have a future in the Republican Party and sees himself as the heir apparent,” Poppins told The Times.