Donald Trump Jr. Fixes Nike's Ad Of Colin Kaepernick

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Donald Trump Jr. "fixed" Nike's controversial ad of former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick in an Instagram post on Thursday which ignited social media.

Nike's initial "Just Do It" ad featured Kaepernick's face and said: "Believe in something, even if it means sacrificing everything. Just Do It."

Trump Jr. responded by removing Kaepernick's face and inserting President Donald Trump's face:

There, fixed it for you. #maga

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Since he is a billionaire, Trump committed to giving the salary that he earns as president to different causes.

Trump donated the salary that he made in the first quarter of this year "to the Department of Veterans Affairs, a gesture the White House said underscores his commitment to recognizing the sacrifices to military and their families," the Military Times reported.

Since taking over as President, Trump has lost approximately $400 million in personal wealth — which is most likely the greatest decline in personal wealth any U.S. President has ever endured.

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