Donald Trump Jr. Hilariously Argues With ‘Jeopardy’ Winner On Twitter (IMAGES)


On Wednesday, comedian Kathy Griffin stunned the world when she shared a photo of herself holding up what was supposed to be the decapitated head of President Trump. Naturally, Griffin immediately faced a lot of backlash for the photo, including an angry tweet from the president himself.

Trump scolded Griffin via Twitter early Wednesday morning, saying that her photo had negatively affected his children:

‘Kathy Griffin should be ashamed of herself. My children, especially my 11 year old son, Barron, are having a hard time with this. Sick!’

Quite a few people have been less-than sympathetic to the “hard time” Barron Trump is apparently having with Griffin’s photo, including former Jeopardy winner Ken Jennings.

Jennings posted the following tweet on Wednesday:

‘Barron Trump saw a very long necktie on a heap of expired deli meat in a dumpster. He thought it was his dad & his little heart is breaking.’

Another member of the Trump family, eldest son Donald Trump Jr., took notice of the tweet and immediately attacked Jennings for “picking on an 11 year old.”

‘It takes a real man to pick on an 11 year old. Yet another low from the left, but they will rationalize this away with their usual excuses.’

Jennings responded to the above tweet about an hour after it was posted by making a reference to Trump Jr.’s history of hunting exotic animals.

‘I will kill as many white rhinos as it takes to prove my masculinity to Donald Trump Jr.’

Donald Trump Jr. has not yet responded to Jennings’s comment, and it seems at this point that the Jeopardy champion had the last word in this particular battle.

Jennings has refused to back down from the original joke, although he did attempt to explain his intention in posting it. In response to one commenter who asked him why he doesn’t see a problem with mocking a child, Jennings said that he wasn’t mocking Barron specifically, but rather was mocking the use of the president’s son as “political cover.”

‘The joke doesn’t mock Barron. It mocks using him for political cover.’

Featured Image via Daniel Acker/Bloomberg via Getty Images.