Donald Trump Jr. is coming under fire for his Instagram post mocking sexual assault after a California professor accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh in a now-revealed confidential letter.


The President's son posted a photo of a piece of notebook paper with child-like writing in crayon that reads: "Hi Cindy will you be my girlfreind, love bret." There are two check mark boxes, one for yes, one for no.

At the top is printed, "Judge Kavanaughs sexual assault letter found by Dems...."

The photo spells girlfriend and Brett incorrectly, and the woman who is accusing Judge Kavanaugh is Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, not "Cindy."

In the Instagram post, he also spells Senator Dianne Feinstein's name wrong.

"Oh boy," Trump Jr. writes. "the Dems and their usual nonsense games really have him on the ropes now. Finestein had the letter in July and saved it for the eve of his vote... honorable as always. I believe this is a copy for full transparency."

Trump Jr. actually gets the entire story wrong. The letter was about Kavanaugh, not from Kavanaugh. And it was not found, it was sent to a California Congresswoman then forwarded to Sen. Feinstein.

But most importantly, here we have the son of an admitted sexual assaulter who has nominated a now-accused sexual assaulter, mocking the accuser – a credible survivor of sexual assault. And in doing so, he also mocks sexual assault itself.

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