C-list actor Tom Arnold expressed his desire for the President’s sons, Eric and Donald Trump Jr, to be robbed Friday as a response to a tweet from the President about an alleged burglary of Rep. Elijah Cummings’ house in Baltimore.
Don Jr’s NYC apartment has not been robbed yet! Eric Trump’s either! Really bad news!! https://t.co/eBr5tEwtZM
— Tom Arnold (@TomArnold) August 2, 2019
The actor has emerged on Twitter as one of the most vicious critics of the Trump family, in this case going so far as to wish for actual violence to be enacted on the President’s sons. Arnold was earlier interviewed by the Secret Service after challenging President Trump to a fight.
Donald Jr, who has shown himself more than willing and able to punch back(metaphorically) against deranged leftists who can’t resist expressing ill will towards the Trump family, fired back with a tweet referencing the daily death threats and bomblike-packages the Trump family has received throughout the elder Trump’s presidency.
No we just get daily death threats and exploding packages of white powder sent to our homes you piece of garbage. pic.twitter.com/95KpGjcD4V
— Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) August 2, 2019
The President’s original tweet stems from a dispute with Cummings over the city of Baltimore. Trump had fired back at the senior House Democrat over the state of his district, lamenting Cummings’ focus on byzantine Russia conspiracies and impeachment plots while many citizens of his own Maryland district languish in poverty and blighted urban conditions.
It’s worth noting that President Trump pointed out the alleged burglary of Cummings’ personal residence in a lamenting fashion, while Arnold directly and brazenly encouraged burglary and robbery against the Trump sons.
In an earlier bizarre tweet, the relatively unknown “celebrity” actor expressed his heartfelt desire that Minnesota Representative Ilhan Omar would fall in love with him.
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