People Magazine Just Revealed That Donald Trump Jr. Has Had Enough Of His Father’s Presidency

Join the club, Donny Jr.


It would seem that the Presidential lifestyle is taking a toll on members of the Trump family.

An article in People Magazine suggests that Donald Trump Jr. is “miserable,” thanks to the recent scandal involving his meeting with a Russian lawyer linked to the Kremlin.

As the scandal progresses, poor Donald Jr. has been having an increasingly hard time.

People got their scoop from a friend of Donald Jr., who told them:

Eric and Don never wanted any of this [the Presidency].

Don can’t do any deals, because he’ll be overly scrutinized. He just goes to work every day and is miserable.

The source added that

The loyalty within this family is insane, they would never speak against their dad.

You can’t bite the hand that feeds you, but he [Donad Jr.] can’t wait for these four years to be over.

Donald Jr. isn’t the only one.

It also speaks volumes about Donald Jr’s. confidence in his father’s political abilities that he believes that President Trump will not serve a second term. So much for loyalty.

Donald Jr. met the Russian lawyer, Natalia Veselnitskaya, and a Russian-American lobbyist and former Soviet military officer, Rinat Akhmetshin.

The revelations came after Trump Jr. released a series of e-mails detailing conversations about setting up a meeting with a Russian lawyer to gain compromising information on Hillary Clinton.

Donald Jr. has since said publicly that he would have “done things a little differently” if given the chance.

Our heart bleeds for poor Donny Jr. It must be very hard not being able to “do any deals” because of the prospect of public scrutiny. This leads one to question what kind of deals he was making before his father became President.

It is easy to empathise with Trump Jr’s. desire to see his father’s nightmare of a Presidency come to an end. If he’s lucky, he won’t have to wait four years for that to happen.


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