Donald Trump Jr uses Maury Povich meme to mock Democrats after Mueller submits report: 'Donald Trump is your daddy'
Donald Trump Jr.'s post came a day after special counsel Robert Mueller completed his investigation into possible collusion between Trump campaign and Russia during 2016 elections
President Donald Trump's eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., on Saturday took to Instagram to share a Maury Povich meme to mock Democrats after the conclusion of special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into possible collusion between Trump campaign and Russia during 2016 elections.
A day after Mueller submitted his final report, Trump Jr. posted an image on Instagram, which read: "Democrats, the test results are back, and Donald Trump is your daddy."
The president's son, in a comment, also added: "... and your president," along with three laughing emojis. The meme shared by Trump Jr. depicted daytime talk show host Povich, whose show often features startling revelations about cheating spouses and love triangles.
Trump Jr.'s post came shortly after his father supporters celebrated following reports that Mueller will not seek any additional persecutions. According to a senior Justice Department official, Mueller did not recommend any further indictments, in an indication that there may be no more criminal charges against Trump associates pertaining to the investigation. The special counsel, so far, has brought charges against 34 people and three companies throughout the probe.
The contents of the report, however, have not been released yet but Trump supporters are certain that Mueller has found no collusion.
Reports state Attorney General William Barr is expected to deliver his summary of Mueller's findings to the Congress on Sunday. However, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi released a statement shortly after stating that Barr's offer to provide congressional committees with a summary of the report's conclusions is insufficient and that "Congress requires the full report and the underlying documents," the Daily Mail reported.
A member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, Senator Chris Coons, said that Trump and his core steam still faces legal risks even if the report does not find that they committed crimes. Coons added that Trump's business, his charity, and his presidential transition operation continue to remain under investigation.