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President Donald Trump's eldest son—Donald Trump Jr.—is about as nuanced on social media as his father.

While the President's outlet of choice is Twitter, Don Jr. often uses Instagram to post memes and other pictures designed to troll liberals and anyone else who isn't unquestionably loyal to his father.

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President Donald Trump's eldest son—Donald Trump Jr.—raised eyebrows with a claim that he's not an elitist.

Junior, who oversees his father's business dealings while also campaigning for him, boasted on Instagram that he likes "fishing, hunting, red meat, trucks and guns."

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Former White House photographer under President Barack Obama, Pete Souza, frequently trolls President Donald Trump with his photos from Obama's presidency, contrasting it with Trump's.

As Trump grapples with a whistleblower complaint describing multiple instances of Trump's unconstitutional promises made to world leaders. The White House is blocking the disclosure of the complaint's contents to Congress.

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In a since deleted Instagram post made Wednesday night, Donald Trump, Jr. shared a poorly photoshopped image of a CNN Gallup poll graphic. The poorly altered image showed his father finally reaching a 50 percent approval rating.

In his caption, the younger Trump stated:

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Mark Zuckerberg, chief executive officer and founder of Facebook Inc. attends the Viva Tech start-up and technology gathering at Parc des Expositions Porte de Versailles on May 24, 2018 in Paris, France. (Photo by Christophe Morin/IP3/Getty Images)

On July 31, via their online newsroom, Facebook Head of Cybersecurity Policy, Nathaniel Gleicher, announced:

About two weeks ago we identified the first of eight Pages and 17 profiles on Facebook, as well as seven Instagram accounts, that violate our ban on coordinated inauthentic behavior."

The announcement by Gleicher falls under a subheading of "What We've Found So Far" in Facebook's full announcement, "Removing Bad Actors on Facebook." According to the announcement:

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