Don Jr. and girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle reenact 'witch hunt' on Halloween as House approves impeachment inquiry

Donald Trump Jr. wore military-style hunting gear and carried a bow while Kimberly Guilfoyle, 50, can be seen dressed as a witch sporting a pointy hat


                            Don Jr. and girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle reenact 'witch hunt' on Halloween  as House approves impeachment inquiry

POTUS's eldest son Donald Trump Jr. is so angry about the Democrats' so-called 'witch hunt' against his father that he and his girlfriend decided to dress up as a witch and a hunter for Halloween.

In images shared to Instagram, Kimberly Guilfoyle, 50, can be seen dressed as a witch sporting a pointy hat while Don Jr. wore a military-style hunting gear and carried a bow.

 

The picture was tagged with the location 'The Swamp', which is a derogatory term that Trump used to describe Washington D.C.

Donald Trump Jr. and his girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle dressed up as a 'witchhunt' for Halloween (Getty Images)

Donald Trump Jr, 41, captioned the image, "Witch Hunt!!! With all the bulls**t the Democrats are throwing out there, we just couldn’t resist". The caption also included hashtags such as '#witchhunt, #halloween, #halloweencostume, and #trickortreat'. 

Trump Jr. and Guilfoyle began dating last year after separating from his wife of 12 years and mother of five children, Vanessa. 

The term 'witchhunt' is often used by POTUS and he has used it to describe both the Mueller probe as well as the present impeachment inquiry that is being conducted by Democrats in the House of Representatives.

Robert Mueller had been assigned special counsel in order to investigate the alleged Russian interference in the 2016 elections. 

After a two-year probe, Mueller released a report where he wrote that there was insufficient evidence to prove that Trump or anyone in his campaign had conspired with Russia to beat Hillary Clinton in the 2016 elections. 

The Democrats have accused Trump of abusing his post and also jeopardizing national security for personal political gain. Earlier this week on Thursday, a divided House of Representatives took a major step in an effort to impeach POTUS Donald Trump. 

Lawmakers approved rules for the next stage in the Democrat-headed inquiry into Trump's alleged attempt to have Ukraine investigate his domestic political rival Joe Biden. The Republicans accused Democrats of using impeachment to overturn the results of Trump's election victory.

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