Donald Trump Jr. Tried To Explain Socialism On Twitter & It Backfired Horribly

The Trump family loves Twitter there is no denying that. Donald Trump Jr. tweeted out a lesson about Socialism on Halloween and it was horribly wrong.

Trump Jr. used his daughter’s Halloween candy as the example and said, “I’m going to take half of Chloe’s candy tonight & give it to some kid who sat at home. It’s never to early to teach her about socialism.”

I’m going to take half of Chloe’s candy tonight & give it to some kid who sat at home. It’s never to early to teach her about socialism. pic.twitter.com/3ie9C0jv2G

— Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) October 31, 2017

The grammatical error in his tweet, it should be ‘too’ not ‘to,’ isn’t the only mistake he made. Trump Jr. seems to not understand the difference between socialism and sharing. The dictionary definition of socialism is “a system or condition of society in which the means of production are owned and controlled by the state.” Halloween candy isn’t “earned” it’s free and distributed, kind of like socialism.

https://twitter.com/AfroerotiK/status/925544137025257472

My man, "socialism" was her getting that free candy in the first place. You taking half for reasons she can't understand is capitalism https://t.co/w9x9zB0xLA

— Elite Bear Agents (@Bearpigman) October 31, 2017

Trump Jr. also doesn’t know why kids didn’t go trick or treating. Maybe their parents were working so they couldn’t take them trick or treating, they were sick or they couldn’t afford a costume. Sharing is caring, but not if you’re a Trump because that’s considered socialism.

https://twitter.com/Trisha_Bateman/status/925502001663930368

Perhaps that child stayed bc he had cancer, was disabled, was in foster care or parents couldn’t afford a costume.Would sharing be that bad?

— texasresistance (@texasreader44) November 1, 2017

When I was sick on Halloween when I was 6 and had to stay home, my brother gave me half his candy. If her sister was sick, would she share?

— Maureen H. Voted Early (@rowdygirlsranch) October 31, 2017

That's not how socialism works. You might want to have someone explain it to you before you try to teach it to a kid.

— Richard Potter (@RichardPotter) October 31, 2017

Cool cool cool. Way to bring your daughter into the Trump way of dividing America.

— Eric Nerenberg (@ericner) October 31, 2017

You mean the candy that she got for free out of the goodness of strangers' hearts? 😂😂😂

— Glare (@TheGlare_TM) October 31, 2017

People were quick to point out that Trump Jr. didn’t “earn” any of his money. It was all inherited from his dad through his grandfather.

Fill her bucket with old candy left by her great-grandfather, then explain that she has more because she's smarter than all the other kids. https://t.co/0lbhHYyFe4

— J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) November 1, 2017

She was given candy for free.
You inherited all your money.
You met with Russian spies.
It’s “too”. https://t.co/Bsf5wkQxST

— Zach Braff (@zachbraff) November 1, 2017

Take 80% of her candy and give it to the top 1% of trick or treaters. You know like your dads' tax plan.

— Monteqzuma (@monteqzuma) November 1, 2017

Imagine being the son of Donald Trump and believing you earned your candy.

— hdishhakabs (@5max16) October 31, 2017

By looks of that empty bucket U should be teaching her how to work harder. OR, U can just teach her to file bankruptcy and live off others.

— Michelle (@MichelleLeaHyam) November 1, 2017

Better idea: have her take out loans, use the money to buy and eat candy, then default and declare bankruptcy. That's the Trump way. https://t.co/juVD1FMq2o

— Craig Mazin (@clmazin) October 31, 2017

Trump Jr. better hit those books if he wants to comment on different forms of government. Just because your dad is the president doesn’t make you an expert.

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