Donald Trump Jr, and the rest of his family, seen to be downright engaged over Vogue magazine's decision to feature first Lady Jill Biden on the cover of their August issue.
Melania Trump was never featured on the magazine's cover during her tenure as First Lady, and it would seem that her family is now taking Dr. Biden's cover as a personal slight.
Don Jr responded to the perceived snub by posting a crudely photoshopped version of the cover—with singer Alice Cooper's Face covering the First Lady's—to Instagram on Thursday.
Trump Jr captioned the image:
"Nailed it. Apologies to Alice Cooper."
Twitter users weren't happy with Don Jr's juvenile edits.
Jr retouches this cover pic in a proper b*tch move. He’s becoming sadder by the day https://t.co/KNZi44nckx— Jo 🚫Snitch tags 👩🦰 🇬🇧 😼 💜 🌸 (@Jo 🚫Snitch tags 👩🦰 🇬🇧 😼 💜 🌸) 1625178530.0
@DonaldJTrumpJr yep, the trump family is childishly jealousy of First Lady Jill Biden! Why would that be, well, I… https://t.co/MStAsYMtB4— G-Ma’ama (@G-Ma’ama) 1625141102.0
Many chose to antagonize him with the unedited cover or tagged him in posts about it.
@DonaldJTrumpJr Make sure Melania sees our current First Lady, Dr. Jill Biden on the cover of Vogue, in fact pick h… https://t.co/YnMTW75zlc— Brooklyn Flowers (@Brooklyn Flowers) 1624987120.0
@DonaldJTrumpJr Jill Biden on the new cover of Vogue magazine— Pat Fernandez (@Pat Fernandez) 1624974444.0
@DonaldJTrumpJr Beautiful Vogue cover photo of First Lady Dr Jill Biden ! Very classy and warm— Michelle (@Michelle) 1625031503.0
@DonaldJTrumpJr Vogue's cover is BEAUTIFUL this month! Dr. Jill Biden is a beautiful woman; inside and out! She is… https://t.co/alrR4BVAZe— Debi Shaw (@Debi Shaw) 1625170199.0
Lara Trump, wife of Eric Trump, went on a whole rant on Fox News about Dr. Biden being on the cover when her mother-in-law wasn't.
"Well, it's too bad that we didn't have a first lady who was a model, who was incredibly fashionable [and] who they could get on the cover of Vogue when Donald Trump was in office—oh wait, we did, it was Melania Trump."
"The reason that this happened was because these people are so obsessed with hating Donald Trump."
She also blamed Vogue's reticence to put Melania on the cover on the magazine's "woke"-ness. She called the magazine:
"so woke they could not bring themselves to put an incredibly beautiful woman."
Some folks on Twitter noted Melania had, in fact, already been featured on the cover of Vogue—in 2005, after her wedding to Donald Trump where she was identified as his "new bride" after his 3rd marriage.
@Nona_Jabiznez @mercedesschlapp @MELANIATRUMP @voguemagazine FOR WHICH, Vogue already gave her a cover in 2005 afte… https://t.co/oVag7wcswX— Pepys (@Pepys) 1624978644.0
Facts are likely not enough to stop the Trumps from seeing this as a personal slight against their family, though.