In the Trump family, dogs obviously don't make cats.

Junior, the son of the former president of the United States, has just proved it by releasing a range of t-shirts and hoodies on which we can read "Guns don't kill, Alec Baldwin do".

A reference to the drama that claimed the life of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins on the set of


when the actor thought he was holding an unloaded gun when he fired for a streak.

The items are for sale on his site, and bad taste has a price: $ 39.99 for a sweater and $ 27.99 for a t-shirt ("designed and flocked in the United States", specifies the site, which does not however give the origin of the base part).

In order to push indecency even further, Donald Trump Jr. shared a photo montage of Alec Baldwin wearing one of his t-shirts in an Instagram Story relayed by



"Spawn of hatred"

If the supporters of Donald Trump father were numerous to taste the "joke" in view of the likes of Instagram posts mocking Alec Baldwin on the account of Junior, the twittosphere and the media denounced the provocation.


New York Daily News


even gave the son Trump a new nickname: "offspring of hate."

The enmity between Donald Trump and Alec Baldwin, a staunch anti-gun activist, has been going on for a long time.

The actor was the official impersonator of the former White House tenant on

Saturday Night Live

, which regularly infuriated the head of state.


Hilaria Baldwin salutes the memory of Halyna Hutchins and supports her husband

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