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People Are Roasting Donald Trump Jr. Hard Over An Awkward Photo He Shared Of Himself At Buckingham Palace

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Donald Trump, the President of the United States, has been having a bit of a time on his trip to the United Kingdom.

From the possible shade thrown Trump's way from the Queen herself to Trump's terribly tailored outfit, Trump doesn't seem to be having a good time.

But let's not forget that his adult kids are there too... for some reason?

Donald Trump Jr. has followed in his father's footsteps and also chosen to wear a very poorly fitting set of tails.

It would appear Trump Jr. does not have that same little warning in your head when you know you've taken a bad photo so you decide to delete it and try again.

Instead, he proudly shared a photo of himself, standing awkwardly in an ill-fitting black suit with tails.

This family supposedly has some money, right? Can't they afford a proper tailor?

The photo led some online to draw very unflattering comparisons.

If we're being honest, he looks like a small child on a trip with his family, trying to take a photo showing he's having fun when he really isn't.

Which might be actually true.

The Trump kids took a photo together, showing that even among the Trumps, Junior really does stand out.

Don't get me wrong, none of them look particularly natural in that shot.

But despite how stiff Ivanka looks, and how much it looks like Eric and Tiffany don't want to be there, Junior is still the odd one out.

We would be remiss if we didn't point out that of all of Trump's adult kids, Ivanka and her husband Jared are the only ones with official jobs in the administration.

Despite this, almost all his kids, minus the only one still a child—Barron, came along on this trip.

Many people asked the same question:


The President's trip has been filled with mistakes after gaffes. Trump himself broke an unwritten rule when he patted the Queen on the back.

For all his mistakes, Trump is bringing new opportunities for the people there. For instance, Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall gained the title of Twitter royalty when she gave a perfectly timed wink.

The Trumps are soon all on their way back home, where one can hope, they can finally get some clothes that fit properly.

Seriously, it's not that expensive.

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