Trump, Jr. Slams Dems’ ‘Supposed Star Witness’ for ‘Grotesque’ Attack on President’s 13 Year-Old Son

By Craig Bannister | December 4, 2019 | 4:25pm EST
Donald Trump, Jr. (Getty Images/Nickolas Kamm)

“How vile a person do you have to be to attack a 13 year old child for laughs?” Donald Trump, Jr. tweeted after a witness testifying Wednesday in the House impeachment hearing mocked the president’s 13 year-old son, Baron.

“Apparently, vile enough to be the supposed star witness for Democrats,” Trump, Jr. wrote, answering his own question, condemning the “grotesque” snide comment made by Prof. Pamela S. Karlan as she testified on behalf of Democrats’ efforts to rationalize impeaching President Donald Trump based on hearsay and presumptions.

"So, while the president can name his son Baron, he cannot make him a baron," Prof. Karlan testified, drawing chuckles from some in the committee room.



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