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Donald Trump Jr. angered social media users when he suggested George Floyd's destroyed mural is a sign from God.

The mural was destroyed when it was struck by lightning during a thunder storm on Tuesday in Toledo, Ohio.

The mural was painted on the side of a building on the corner of Summit and LaGrange.

Speculation ran rampant that the mural was vandalized by white supremacists or pro-Trump supporters.

But witnesses say the wall bowed and collapsed after a direct lightning strike.

According to Eurweb, Donald Trump Jr. said the destruction may be a sign from God.

"This will drive some people nuts but oh well," Trump wrote in a post on Instagram. "I mean you have to wonder if someone, like a higher power, is telling us something here?!?

"Obviously what happened to George Floyd should never happen anywhere!!! That said, objectively speaking, given his history I'm not sure turning him into a deity and a role model for our children is exactly the right idea either."

Toledo's mayor Wade Kapszukiewicz said the city will work with the artist to replace the mural, "so that the message at the core of this artwork can be heard."

He added:

"We may never know for certainty why the George Floyd mural came down. It could have been an act of nature, or it could have been an act of vandalism. What we do know is that the mural will be replaced."

 

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LGBT community is outraged after President Donald Trump's eldest son, Donald Jr, made an insensitive joke about Hunter Biden's corruption scandal.

Speaking to a crowd at a Daytona Beach shooting range on Wednesday, Don Jr. said he would be in jail if he was in Hunter's shoes.

Hunter Biden is accused of taking advantage of his father Joe Biden's public office to enrich himself to the tune of hundreds of millions of dollars from foreign entities.

The evidence detailing the corruption was found on a laptop that Hunter dropped off at a Delaware shop for repair in 2019.

"They impeached Donald Trump for being right about Joe Biden," Don Jr. told the crowd.

"I'd be in jail a long time ago. I'd call my friend Kyle, I'd say put me on the phone, I'll be in Rikers Island prison, I'd be feeding quarters into a pay phone trying to do a little rally."

He continued: "I'd try to give a stump speech doing my best not to drop the soap. It's true!" he said as the crowd laughed.

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But not everyone found his joke amusing.

One Twitter user wrote: "Don Jr. makes jail soap 'joke' talking about Biden corruption (Don't worry @DonaldJTrumpJr we are holding "The Epstein Suite" for you for a January Arrival!)."

Another user wrote: "You'll be seeing those red flashing lights more in the near future. Don’t drop the soap!!"

And a third tweeted: "This a@@hole @DonaldJTrumpJr will be in prison soon enough. Settledown, Jr.! Don Jr. makes jail soap 'joke' talking about Biden corruption."

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Singer Aubrey O'Day dropped shocking allegations about the family of U.S. President Donald Trump.

The 36-year-old Danity Kane star was a contestant on Trump's TV series Celebrity Apprentice back in 2011. She claimed she had an affair with the President's son Donald Trump, Jr.

According to reports, Don Jr. ended the entanglement when his then - wife discovered steamy text messages between Don Jr. and Aubrey.

Now, Aubrey vocally criticizes the President and his family whenever she gets the chance.

On Thursday, she took to Twitter during the final presidential debate between Trump and Joe Biden, and made a string of shocking claims about the first family.

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"since trump has now lowered this debate to trashing family," she wrote, "-don jr HATES his father. -ivanka is a lesbian on the low. -eric f**ked miss universe on the apprentice board room table while with his now wife. #Debates2020."

Aubrey also included a GIF that said, "I have the receipts," and went on to share more apparent insights into the family, writing: "I have texts of don jr telling me what a little s**t a**hole barron is...

"That they were on the private jet and barron didn't like his food so he threw the plate across the plane at the attendant. NONE of these people are INNOCENT of being a*sholes & liars!"

"We need to stop discussing kids.. because Ivanka is a lesbian, yet doesn't support women's rights in this administration that she RUNS on the low."

Aubrey also accused Trump of being a "racist", sharing: "on apprentice, Trump used to say DAILY 'they think I don't like black people.. Arsenio (Hall, host) tell them, you are one of my blacks."

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Howard Stern trended on Twitter.com after an unearthed video clip showed him wearing blackface and telling racist jokes during a comedy skit.

The clip was posted on Twitter.com, and retweeted by Donald Trump, Jr. prompting a backlash against Stern, who had claimed on daytime talk show "The View" that he never used the 'N-word'.

In the skit, Stern plays actor Ted Danson in blackface while seated on the lap of the late comedian Sherman Helmsley, who plays Danson's then-girlfriend Whoopi Goldberg.

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Helmsley, best known for his role as George Jefferson on CBS television series All in the Family and The Jeffersons, pretends to be shocked as Stern drops the N-word repeatedly while saying, "Whoopi wrote it."

The skit was a parody of Danson's infamous blackface performance with Goldberg at a Friar's Club roast in 1993. Stern's sidekick Robin Quivers is seen in the clip criticizing Stern for his repeated use of the N-word.

Stern expressed regret about the controversy on his SiriusXM show on Monday: "The s**t I did was f**king crazy," Stern said. "I'll be the first to admit. I won't go back and watch those old shows; it's like, who is that guy.

"The big headline is this, and this is my fear in all of this," Stern continued. "I was able to change my approach, able to change my life and change how I communicated. If I had to do it all over again, would I lampoon Ted Danson, a white guy in blackface? Yeah, I was lampooning him and saying, I'm going to shine a light on this. But would I go about it the same way now? Probably not. Not probably, I wouldn't."

Stern challenged Trump Jr. and his father President Trump to seek therapy.

"At the same point, I will say, it f**king distresses me that Donald Trump Jr. and Donald themselves won't go into psychotherapy and change. Why not change the way you're approaching things because, wearing a mask is not a bad thing?"
 

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Donald Trump Jr slammed Facebook for taking down thousands of anti-lockdown protest posts and ads on the social media platform.

"Why is Facebook colluding with state governments to quash peoples free speech?" he tweeted on Monday, April 20.

The president's son accused the social network of "colluding" with blue state governments to block free speech.

As thousands took to the streets to protest the forced lockdowns in their states, Facebook has been deleting posts and advertisements about the locations and dates of scheduled protests.

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On Monday, Facebook took down pages that had been set up to organize and inform residents about rallies in California, Nebraska and New Jersey.

Some governors in blue states denied reaching out to Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg to take down the posts. They insist Facebook staffers called them.

A Facebook spokesperson confirmed the company reached out to officials in various states "to understand the scope of their orders," but not about removing specific posts placed on Facebook's platform.

"We remove posts when gatherings do not follow the health parameters established by the government and are therefore unlawful," Facebook's spokesperson said.

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The Republicans are already looking forward to the 2024 presidential race. President Trump's eldest son, Donald Trump Jr. is 2nd most popular on the list of potential presidential candidates in 2024.

GOP strategist and - fierce Trump critic - Rick Wilson told the L.A. Times that a Trump could occupy the White House well into 2030.

"I honestly think Don Jr. or Ivanka will be the nominee in 2024," Wilson said. "The party doesn't care about any of the issues that used to drive the party. Now they care about Trump."

According to a recent SurveyMonkey poll, Republican voters chose one of the President's kids - Donald Jr., 42, or Ivanka, 38, as two of their top contenders for 2024.

Don Jr. angered some of his 2.2 million Instagram followers when he posted photos from a recent outing at the gun range. He showed off an AR15 rifle with a custom magazine that features a cartoon of Hillary Clinton behind prison bars.

Don Jr. captioned the images:

"Nice day at the range. @rarebreedfirearms and @spikes_tactical adding a little extra awesome to my AR and that mag..."

Don Jr's followers were not amused with the artwork.

One IG user wrote: "Take that gun and join the service. Go fight your daddy's war he's starting."

Another wrote: "I see Dtjr wore his designer army fatigues , so he can play army while his daddy sends less affluent real men to fight for his money."

Question: Will you vote for Donald Jr. or Ivanka if they run for president in 2024?
 


 

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Whoopi Goldberg snapped at The View's audience members for booing during a guest appearance by Donald Trump, Jr. on Thursday. Don Jr. stopped by The View with his fiancée, former Fox News host Kimberly Guilfoyle.

Goldberg and her co-hosts were uneasy after the mostly pro-Trump crowd began booing during the question and answer session.

According to The Hollywood Reporter journalist, who was invited to sit in the audience, Whoopi yelled, "The booing is fucking us up," during a commercial break.

"It's messing with everyone's mic. You can grimace and all that. All we hear is booing," she added.

THR reported that the front row was stocked with Trump supporters, including a man wearing a Trump hat who asked, "Who killed [Jeffrey] Epstein?" during a commercial break at the end of the show.

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Epstein, a billionaire financier and America's most prolific child molester, died of suicide by hanging in his jail cell earlier this year. He is pictured with President Trump in 1997.

Many believe Epstein was killed to protect high-profile pedophiles.
 

 

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Donald Trump, Jr. defended his father against allegations the he's a racist. Trump Jr., 41, says his dad, the U.S. President, is not racist because he was allowed to hang out with the "King of Pop" Michael Jackson.

Black liberals insist President Trump is racist, citing what they consider to be racist remarks Trump has made in the past.

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In his new book, Triggered: How the Left Thrives on Hate and Wants to Silence Us, Trump Jr. says his dad gave him permission to hang out with Michael Jackson.

"Oh, and by the way, given all the things my father has been called, particularly a 'racist,' it sure sounds odd that he'd let his son vacation with a black man or hang out with Michael Jackson, doesn't it?'" Trump Jr. added, according to the Daily Beast blog, "If he's a racist, he's sure not very good at it."

Jackson and Trump Sr. were good friends. The pop singer often attended Trump's star-studded events including the Grand Opening of his Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort on the Boardwalk in Atlantic City, NJ in 1990.

Jackson passed away at age 50 from a cardiac arrest induced by an IV anesthetic on June 25, 2009 in Los Angeles, CA.

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President Donald Trump's son, Donald Trump Jr., is a big fan of Kanye West's new album Jesus Is King. Kanye's 9th studio album is predicted to move over 400,000 copies in first week sales, making it one of the biggest selling albums of the year.

If Trump Jr is a fan of Kanye's new music, his dad is probably a gospel fan, too. Visitors to the White House likely hear the strains Kanye's hip-hop gospel music from the private residence.

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Although the album has its critics, Trump Jr. was very impressed with what he heard. He took the time to praise the former rapper for being a pioneer and having the courage to blaze trails where few rappers dare to go.

"Kanye West is cracking the culture code. @kanyewest's new album #JesusIsKing is the epitome of fearless creativity and 'dangerous, unapproved' ideas. Leftists always try to silence those who are speaking truth. They're waging a war on our family and culture. Kanye is a pioneer."

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Donald Trump, Jr clapped back at California Rep. Kamala Harris who tweeted misinformation about President Trump's tax reform bill.

Trump, Jr. retweeted Harris' tweet that referred to Trump's tax cut as a "middle class tax hike."

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