Don Junior Is Doing Cameo Videos For Cash
by Jessica de la Davies
Who wants a personalized video message from Donald Trump, Jr.?
Now, you can buy one on Cameo for the low price of $525. If you need it within 24 hours, you pay $787. He’s not done yet. For just $19.99 he will send you a direct message.
Junior claims on Cameo that, “A portion of proceeds will be donated to Shadow Warriors Project.” He doesn’t say what percentage of the proceeds he plans to donate.
Cameo is a site where people can purchase messages from celebrities.
Former President Donald Trump and Trump Organization are being investigated to determine if the organization overvalued some assets and undervalued others for financial benefit, tax evasion, and fraud.
Junior reportedly served as the executive vice president at the Trump organization. He claims that they have millions of dollars in legal bills.
This week, Junior aired his grievances about being investigated to Fox News host Tucker Carlson stating he believed investigations being led by New York Attorney General Leticia James are “political persecution”
Junior continued, “So five years, no actual crime, they are in search of a crime. They’ve been trying to investigate — to create a crime because that’s what you’re doing in New York.”
Junior continued, “If this was happening in a banana republic, we’d be outraged. When it’s going on in one of the largest states in America, everyone seems to be silent on it.”
Fun Fact: Junior and his girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle recently bought a mansion in Florida for $9.7 million dollars.
Their 11,300-square-foot mansion is close to Mar-a-Lago in Jupiter, FL.
Many on Twitter wondered why 100% of the money raised isn’t going to charity.
Twitter had fun with Junior’s new Cameo venture.
Joy Reid @JoyAnnReid Tweeted, “Ok Donald Trump Jr selling birthday greetings for $500 a pop is one of the saddest and most hilariously unexpected outcomes of our prior four years of Hell.“
Jon Cooper @JonCooperTweets posted, “Can Donald Trump Jr. and Mike Lindell BOTH be arrested for being criminally annoying?“
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Jessica de la Davies is an independent journalist, Member of the Society of Professional Journalism, All American Outstanding Woman of Achievement, 2x Producer of The Nutcracker on PBS, Special Ambassador for the American Diabetes Association, former Ms. USA, and Editor of HotFlash on Substack.