With Donald J. Trump Jr., the apple truly didn't fall far from the tree.
The 39-year-old New Yorker has an acerbic wit and, like his father, doesn't shrink from a fight, especially one on Twitter. His 2.1 million followers know that.
On Tuesday, Fox News posted this.
Jane Fonda made it clear she is not proud of America.
During a recent interview with the BBC, Fonda was asked, "Are you proud of America today?"
The actress was very quick to reply with a hard "no."
"But, I’m proud of the resistance," she elaborated. "I’m proud of the people who are turning out in unprecedented numbers and continue over and over and over again to protest what Trump is doing. I’m very proud of them, that core."
Fonda, as you may recall, has a long history of anti-American sentiment. She opposed the U.S. war in Vietnam, as many patriotic Americans did. But she traveled to Hanoi in July 1972. There, "Hanoi Jane," as she would later be called, posed for a photo on a North Vietnamese anti-aircraft gun (the ones shooting down American aircraft) and called the returning POWs "hypocrites and liars and pawns," claiming that Americans were never tortured (um, ask Sen. John McCain about that).
So, cue up Junior.