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President Trump may have held back from tweeting Comey testimony, but Donald Jr. sure didn’t!

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To the financial relief of a DC pub owner, President Donald Trump remained quiet during former FBI director James Comey’s highly anticipated testimony before the Senate intelligence committee.

…but his namesake more than made up for the president’s inactivity on social media.

Donald Trump Jr. tweeted commentary throughout the morning, and the first son was in no mood to mince his words, calling “BS” on the commotion over his dad’s remarks about former national security adviser Michael Flynn.

He took issue with Comey saying that he “took it as a direction” when the president said of the investigation of Flynn, “I hope you can let this go.”

“Knowing my father for 39 years when he ‘orders or tells’ you to do something there is no ambiguity, you will know exactly what he means,” Trump Jr. tweeted.

The president’s oldest son made no effort to hide his disdain for Comey:

He scoffed at Comey’s suggestion that he would’ve stood up to Trump had he been a “stronger” person.

Trump Jr. was re-tweeting commentary from others throughout the morning, but kept coming back to tweets from famed Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz, to include the hashtag #NothingBurger:

The one consistency on display was letting Comey have it, and did he ever:

Trump Jr. was particularly fond of Sen. Marco Rubio’s line of questioning, which included the killer question about the “only thing that’s never been leaked” about President Trump.

For those unable to catch Comey’s testimony on television, all they need do is follow Trump Jr.’s Twitter feed… he even kept score for all:

Tom Tillison

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