Donald J. Trump Jr., the president’s eldest son, Donald Trump, said on the eve of Halloween that he would teach his daughter “about socialism” by taking half of her candy.
In a message posted on the social network Twitter, the first-born of the North American leader, who coordinates the business conglomerate of his father, said he would redistribute the goods and give them to some child who would sit at home.
“I’m going to take half of Chloe’s candies-her daughter’s name-tonight and I’ll give it to some child who sits down at home tonight – it’s never too early to teach her about socialism,” Trump said.
The president’s son reported the message along with a picture of his daughter dressed as a police officer and with a bucket containing sweets in his hands.
Criticism of the Republican ruler’s eldest son to socialism generated multiple reactions on Twitter, including that of the author of the books of the magician Harry Potter, the British writer J.K. Rowling.
Rowling responded with advice to Trump Jr. to “fill the bucket with old candy left by her great-great-grandfather” and explain to her daughter that “she has more because she is smarter than the other children”.