It’s pretty exciting to be famous enough to be an answer on “Jeopardy!” and Eric Trump couldn’t resist sharing the moment with his Twitter followers.
“Always fun being a #jeopardy question: Who is ‘brother in law.’,” he shared on Wednesday night with a screenshot of the answer “Eric Trump to Jared Kushner” from the long-running syndicated game show hosted by Alex Trebek.
Yeah, he left himself wide open. And Roast Twitter came out in droves to make the president’s son — who has been managing the Trump Organization with his brother Donald Trump Jr. since their father entered the White House — the brunt of its jokes.
Many focused on his and Kushner’s reported ties to Russia.
— Eric Trump (@EricTrump) March 28, 2018
Here is a sampling of choice responses:
I totally missed this one! I went with “co-felon”. Drat.
— Kimberly Stone (@kstonejones) March 28, 2018
???? "Who are the traitor tots?" pic.twitter.com/1zqr5XLcOM
— ????➖Dustin Miller➖???? (@spdustin) March 28, 2018
What is an accomplice?
— Mike Yablonski (@myablonski) March 28, 2018
I will take Federal Penitentiary Inmates for $400
— BrotherMatthew ???????????????? (@STPFreak) March 29, 2018
Who is "Likely to be wired in order to turn state's evidence, Alex?"
— rbe (@perdidostschool) March 29, 2018
What is cell mate?
— Greg Gibbs (@Raincoat) March 28, 2018
Are you sure you want to remind people of how much Jeopardy your brother-in-law is in?
— Donna Smalley (@DonnaHudSmall) March 28, 2018
Who is Beavis?
— Natika (@NatikaMonroe) March 28, 2018
Of course, the Twitterverse may be taking a cue from “Saturday Night Live,” which routinely skewers the eldest Trump brothers — and Kushner — on the show.
You’d think Eric would have learned by now.
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