Trump Jr. Flips Out Over ‘Criminal’ NY Times Op-ed Author That Has His Dad Spiraling


Don Jr. inherited a number of traits from his father, Donald Trump. The younger Trump apparently proved he had no idea what the law was and could care less about it. He appeared on Good Morning America to broadcast that to the world.

Correspondent Tara Palmieri asked Don, Jr. what he thought about his father’s idea about the person who wrote the anonymous New York Times op-ed. The president believes that whomever authored it, committed a crime. The correspondent asked commander-in-chief’s son:

‘What is the crime?’

Trump’s eldest son answered:

‘I think you’re subverting the will of the people. To try to control the presidency while not the president you have millions who voted for this.’

Reports have indicated that the man sitting in the Oval Office has become more paranoid, more isolated. The op-ed has caused the president of these United States to distrust all those around him except for his family.

Yet, the president’s son tended to disagree. He told Palmieri:

‘I think there are people in there he can trust. It’s a much smaller group.’

Then, Palmieri asked him whether he feared going to jail as a consequence of Special Counsel Robert Muller’s investigation into the Russian attack on the U.S. and possible conspiracy with the Trump campaign. Don Jr. responded:

‘I’m not because I know what I did and I’m not worried about any of that. That doesn’t mean they won’t try to create something but, again, I’m not.’

He also knows that his father has the power of the pardon.

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