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Don Jr.'s Cringey Attempt At A Spoof 'Spirit Halloween' Costume Leaves Twitter Groaning

Donald Trump Jr.'s 'greatest President of all time' tribute to his dad went viral for all the wrong reasons.

Don Jr.'s Cringey Attempt At A Spoof 'Spirit Halloween' Costume Leaves Twitter Groaning
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Donald Trump Jr. jumped on the recent Spirit Halloween meme craze and once again paid tribute to his father.

The eldest son of former Republican President Donald Trump wrote on Twitter he thinks "we have a besteller!!!" in the form of a Spirit Halloween "costume" that heralds Trump as "The Greatest President of All Time!!!"

The "costume," per the post, includes "perfect hair," "awesomeness," a "sexy dance" and "winning!!!"

You can see Trump Jr.'s post below.

Twitter users were less than impressed with Trump Jr.'s fawning, however, especially with his choice to describe his father as "sexy."

Trump Jr. has in the past been criticized for posting doctored images and video clips of his father, though those have typically featured Trump taking on political rivals.

In 2018, he was widely mocked after he commemorated Independence Day by posting a mock-up of his father in Revolutionary War garb holding a bald eagle.

Trump Jr. also had social media users scratching their heads last year after he posted a video that repurposes a dinner scene from the 1989 film National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation by showing his father popping out of President Joe Biden's turkey and dancing to The Village People's "Y.M.C.A."

In September, he raised eyebrows after he weighed in on the racial backlash against Chloe x Halle singer Halle Bailey—who is Black—after she was cast in Disney's The Little Mermaid, suggesting that his father is "The Little Mermaid fans truly want to see."

Trump Jr. has also made headlines this Halloween season for more violent rhetoric, this time for making light of the attack on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's husband Paul Pelosi, who had to undergo surgery after being attacked with a hammer by a home invader.

He shared an image on social media of a hammer and a pair of underwear with the words “Got my Paul Pelosi Halloween costume ready," behavior that prompted CNN's Editor-at-Large Chris Cillizza to write that Trump Jr., much like his father, "has reveled in the idea that he is the king of the deplorables."