Donald Trump Jr. Owns Chelsea Handler: ‘No Reason to Suck at Two Things’

A heated exchange went down on Twitter between Donald Trump Jr. and Chelsea Handler. First Handler suggested that Don Jr. was going to flip on his father when it comes to the federal investigation being led by special counsel Robert Mueller.

“I can’t wait for Donald Trump junior to flip on his father,” Ms. Handler tweeted.

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Donald Trump Jr. owns Chelsea Handler

After that Trump Jr. fired back by telling Chelsea there is no need to suck at two things.

But Trump Jr. wasn’t done. He also pointed out that Handler claimed she was leaving the United States if Donald Trump becomes president.

Last October Handler announced that her Netflex show “Chelsea” was being cancelled after only two seasons. She claims that the reason the show was cancelled was so she had more time to spend on political activism and fighting against President Trump.

When we say that Trump lives rent-free inside of the minds of the left, we are not lying. She claims she gave up her job and a serious stream of income to try to take down the president. While that may not be true, that is the story that she is sticking to. Trump Derangement Syndrome to the fullest.

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