Donald Trump’s son Eric Trump was mocked on Twitter after he appealed to the residents of Minnesota to get out and vote, a week after the US election polls closed.
“Minnesota get out and vote!!!” said the tweet from Eric’s handle on Tuesday.
The tweet, which prompted speculation that it was the result of a scheduling error, was deleted in less than an hour.
However, screenshots of the tweet soon made the rounds of social media. Here are some of the reactions:
— colin (@WhosColinNow) November 11, 2020
— Rosa❤️Taylor (@FRosa1121) November 11, 2020
— Bloumeister (@Bloumeister) November 11, 2020
— Freedomgurl (@freedomgurl) November 10, 2020
Poor lil gummy bear pic.twitter.com/eI378QMG7M
— K Money (@KMoney95562127) November 11, 2020
— Athenaaa (@Athenaaa_1) November 11, 2020
— WibblyWobblyTimeyLimey (@WibblyL) November 11, 2020
Is that you?
Please kids said no to the drugs made you delusional …wait probably is hereditary? pic.twitter.com/d5nMPn1P70
— Sucy (@sucetyb) November 11, 2020
Dammit! I guess Eric is the dumbest Trump child today. pic.twitter.com/XM4mLEUuvF
— Tony Posnanski (@tonyposnanski) November 10, 2020
BLURP: So the “team” that scheduled a press conference at a landscaping business, and a tweet a week after the election, wants you to believe they’ve discovered fraud somewhere. 🤪🤣😂
— Brian Sims (@BrianSimsPA) November 10, 2020
Biden was named president-elect on November 7 after several news outlets including the Associated Press called the election in his favour.
Earlier this week, the Trump campaign was also mocked for booking a very unusual venue for a post-election press conference