Donald Trump Jr. is a self-described “political assassin” who “tweeted about assassinating a US president,” according to an investigative report by BuzzFeed News.
Trump Jr., who is now president Donald Trump’s son-in-law, has tweeted dozens of times about the “Trump whisperrer,” who is credited with pushing the President’s campaign in the run-up to the 2016 election.
The tweetstorm, which has been attributed to an account that has since been taken down, was tweeted on July 5, 2017, at about 4:50 p.m.
Trump tweeted: “If a President were to order a military operation against us, the military would kill him or her and they wouldn’t even get off the street.
It’s a total war and it’s a totally unconstitutional way to conduct war.
They would just get on with their lives and go home.”
According to the BuzzFeed News investigation, Trump Jr.’s Twitter account has been retweeted more than 100 times, including some that have been retweeting for hours.
Trump also retweeted a tweet from a fake account, which BuzzFeed News determined was actually Trump’s father-in the White House, that linked to a piece in The Atlantic about “the death of the American political system.”
BuzzFeed News obtained the Twitter account’s account, @Trump_Jr, from a user who claimed to be “a real life Trump whisperers” and whose real name is “Charles Antoine Singer.”
The account has since received more than 4,500 retweets.
BuzzFeed News also verified that the account was not affiliated with Trump Jr, but the account has also retweetes from accounts that appear to be affiliated with him.
BuzzFeed also verified a tweet in which Trump Jr called the “political assassination” and “murder” of his father “the greatest thing since sliced bread.”
The tweet was sent on July 9, 2017 at about 10:00 a.m., a day after a New York Times article about the alleged assassination of President Barack Obama was published.
In the tweetstorm the “trump whispeller” also said, “You know what?
It would be a lot easier if the President were still alive and could be assassinated on sight.
A lot of people will watch his funeral and cheer.
A few people will make a comment or two.
But this would be the greatest thing for the country since sliced britches.”
On the same day that the “truther” tweet was tweeted, the “Truther for President” Twitter account, a parody account for a group that calls itself the “Anti-Truther Front,” retweeted the “muscle boy” tweet.
The account also retweeting the tweet.
BuzzFeed has not independently verified the authenticity of the “Muscle Boy” tweet or the account @TrumpJr.
The president’s son’s tweets have not been deleted, and BuzzFeed News reached out to the White, State, and Treasury departments for comment.
“The President is not in any way endorsing any of the individuals, groups, or groups profiled in the BuzzFeed article,” the White Houses spokesperson told BuzzFeed News in an email.
“In fact, the President is deeply concerned about the continued spread of false and misleading claims about our efforts and policies to keep Americans safe and secure.
The President has called out the fake accounts that propagate these claims, including a fake Trump whisperr, and has called on them to immediately cease spreading false claims.
The fake accounts are not representative of the President or his administration.”
“Trump is not a politician and he does not take sides on political issues,” Trump Jr told BuzzFeed in an interview.
“I’m a political assassin.”
“I am not trying to be a politician,” Trump told BuzzFeed.
“Trump Jr. doesn’t need my endorsement.
I just want to talk about the fact that he is not being truthful about his father.
I think that people understand what is going on.
I mean, people understand why the people of this country are angry and frustrated.
And I think we have to talk.”
BuzzFeed reached out for comment to Trump Jr’s White House press secretary, who did not respond.
The tweets, which came after the death of John F. Kennedy in November 1963, were first revealed by The New York Post in March.
A day later, BuzzFeed News published a report alleging that Trump Jr was an associate of a Russian-American lobbyist and was part of a team of campaign managers working on behalf of Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The story also included claims that the Russian government was paying Trump Jr for the “informational materials” he would be providing to the Trump campaign.
BuzzFeed’s report also alleged that the President himself was part and parcel of the Russian operation.
The Post’s story was based on a review of thousands of emails exchanged between Trump Jr and a Kremlin-connected attorney who was representing Veselnitskaya in a