Don Jr. Just Released the Cover of His Upcoming Book and the Internet Is Savagely Photoshopping TF Out of It

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President Donald Trump's eldest son—Don Jr.—took some time off from killing exotic animals to write a book due for publication in November, and he just revealed the cover.

Triggered: How the Left Thrives on Hate and Wants to Silence Us promises to "expose all the tricks that the left uses to smear conservatives and push them out of the public square," according to the book's description. Don Jr. assures it's "the book that the leftist elites don't want you to read" (did we mention Don Jr.'s father is a New York billionaire?)


See the cover for yourself below:

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His critics seized upon the picture that somehow got chosen to represent "the importance of fighting back."

But it was writer and editor Parker Molloy who took the roasting to the next level with her own edited versions of the cover.

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FaceApp was also put to good (bad?) use.

Then there was...whatever this is.

Molloy even created a template so we could play along.

And people didn't hold back.

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Trump Jr.'s book will likely repeat his usual talking points about Twitter bias and how hate speech doesn't exist, but at least this new cover is already generating a wealth of new content.

Absolutely savage.

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