'Like a child saying libary': Trump Jr. mercilessly mocked for thinking ‘S&L’ is short for ‘Saturday Night Live’
Donald Trump, Jr. speaking with attendees at the 2018 Student Action Summit hosted by Turning Point USA at the Palm Beach County Convention Center in West Palm Beach, Florida. (Gage Skidmore/Flickr)

There's an ongoing debate on social media about which Trump son – Don Jr. or Eric – is the, um, "smarter" one. Today, it would appear Eric is the winner, by default.


Donald Trump Jr. likes to think he's smart, and regularly tweets his thoughts and ideas in a never-ending attempt to trash liberals, progressives, Democrats, and anyone who does not support his father.

In short, he hates "the left," and will do just about anything to try to make the left look bad, although he often ends up embarrassing himself.

Take, for example, this ridiculous tweet that made an impact on the President's eldest son:

Don Jr. decided to retweet it, adding his own commentary, suggesting it's like a funny version of a "Saturday Night Live" skit.

Except that's not what he tweeted. This is:

Apparently, Don Jr. thinks "S&L" – not "SNL" – is shorthand for "Saturday Night Live."

The internet was not about to let that go unnoticed, and so Trump Jr. got his comeuppance. Take a look: