The eldest child of POTUS invited mass mockery after he wrote "S&L" instead of "SNL" in a tweet he posted on Thursday, January 31. Quoting a Republican's take on 2020 Democratic platform, he tweeted, "almost like a funny version of an S&L sketch."
The tweet unsurprisingly garners attention from many people with Bobby Moynihan replying, "You dummy." Another user then jokes, "Live from New York, It's Savings and Loans!!"
“Live from New York, It’s Savings and Loans!!”— dammit (@thefuture72704) January 31, 2019
One other fan even shares an edited picture of the NBC long-running comedy skit. Instead of featuring the words "Saturday Night Live", the picture features the words "Saturday And Live." Another user also quips that Twitter typos seemingly run in the Trump family. "Now I know where hamberders come from..," he writes, referring to Trump's infamous typo of hamburgers.
Now I know where hamberders come from.. pic.twitter.com/EgQy25IP3w— Burro del Norte (@MattyG74) January 31, 2019
Another comment reads, "This is the most dad thing I've ever seen a son do." Another Twitter user pokes fun at the fact that Don Jr. is supposed to be the smarter one between him and brother Eric Trump. "Wait...you're the smart one?"
This is the most dad thing I've ever seen a son do— don (@donswaynos) January 31, 2019
Wait...you’re the smart one? pic.twitter.com/osAEeJaeQ2— Sappho Faires (@SFinEville) January 31, 2019
It's a pity that Mikey Day, who is known for his impression of Don Jr. on "Saturday Night Live", won't poke fun at the typo in the show's episode this week. The NBC show doesn't air a new episode until February 9.
This Twitter fiasco arrives just a few weeks after his dad made another mocked-about tweet which read, "Great being with the National Champion Clemson Tigers last night at the White House. Because of the Shutdown I served them massive amounts of Fast Food (I paid), over 1000 hamberders etc. Within one hour, it was all gone. Great guys and big eaters!"
Although it has since been deleted and replaced with a tweet featuring the correct spelling, people were so quick to take a screenshot of his misspelled tweet. Among those who got get a good laugh at Donald Trump's expense was Burger King. The fast-food giant jokingly tweeted, "Due to a large order placed yesterday, we're all out of hamberders."