Donald Trump’s Son Gets Trolled For Urging People To Vote A Week After Elections

Washington: A week after the US Presidential Elections 2020, Donald Trump’s son Eric Trump left netizens in fits of laughter by appealing people to vote for his father.


According to a report in NDTV, Eric took to his Twitter handle on Tuesday and urged people in Minnesota to “get out and vote”.

However, after realising his mistake, Eric deleted his post within a few minutes.

But, social media users, who don’t spare anyone, especially high profile people, were quick enough to take screenshots of Eric’s post.

In no time, the screenshots of Eric’s post became viral on social media platforms and netizens started trolling junior Trump for his hilarious blunder.

While some started comparing the goofy post with Internet Explorer, which is known for its slow performance, others speculated that it might be a scheduling error.

Here’s how Twitter reacted:

Noted television personality Padma Lakshmi was also one among the trollers on the

micro-blogging site.

After losing the elections, Trump had called the election “a fraud on the American people” by his rivals.

When President-elect Joe Biden was asked what he thinks about Trump’s refusal to accept the defeat, he said, “I just think it’s an embarrassment, quite frankly.”

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