Donald Trump Jr. emerged from Twitter jail Wednesday morning swinging, with his first tweet blasting Mattel for hawking a Barbie doll that seems to promote voter fraud.
Tuesday afternoon, while the president’s eldest son was still in Twitter jail, Mattel published a tweet announcing “four diverse dolls that inspire girls to see themselves in the roles that make up a winning campaign.”
But instead of creating, say, a barbie in the likeness of White House counselor Kellyanne Conway, the first woman to run a successful U.S. presidential campaign, the dollmaker decided to create these:
If you click on the lower-right one, you’ll see that it’s supposed to represent a voter. What’s odd is that she’s wearing an “I Voted” sticker yet holding a voting ballot.
View Trump Jr.’s response below: