Eric Trump Gets Mercilessly Mocked On Twitter Over New Magazine

Eric Trump Gets Mercilessly Mocked On Twitter Over New Magazine

On Friday, President Donald Trump’s second son shared a snap of what looked to be the front cover of a new “Trump” magazine to Twitter: He captioned the photograph, which features an image of Trump International Hotel in Washington, with the hashtag #HotOffThePress. Trump offered no more information on the publication, which promotes Trump properties on the cover. It’s not clear when it will be available, how often it will be published, how many pages it contains or whether it will be sold on newsstands. But Time noted it could be the latest attempt by the Trump family to enter the magazine industry. Unsurprisingly, people on Twitter had plenty to say about Eric Trump’s new endeavor: The cover of the latest issue of Trump magazine is the president’s DC hotel where diplomats stay to curry favor with the Trump regime. God bless America. https://t.co/0R1Z58KcXZ — Matt Novak (@paleofuture) February 9, 2018 Is this how you advertise for White House job vacancies? Seems an appropriate analogy for the Trump name. — John Weir (@TheRealWeir) February 9, 2018 Since it’s still hot off the press, can we remold it into something different? Two Trump magazines?

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On Friday, President Donald Trump’s second son shared a snap of what looked to be the front cover of a new “Trump” magazine to Twitter:

He captioned the photograph, which features an image of Trump International Hotel in Washington, with the hashtag #HotOffThePress.

Trump offered no more information on the publication, which promotes Trump properties on the cover. It’s not clear when it will be available, how often it will be published, how many pages it contains or whether it will be sold on newsstands.

But Time noted it could be the latest attempt by the Trump family to enter the magazine industry. Its last title, “Trump Magazine,” was reportedly closed in 2009 following the global financial crisis, per the New York Post.

Unsurprisingly, people on Twitter had plenty…

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