‘F*ck You, B*tch’: Don Jr’s Preschool Teacher Just Revealed What a Monster He Was In One Horrifying Conversation

A preschool teacher recalled Donald Trump Jr. cursing her out as a child, Politico’s Virginia Heffernan reported on Twitter.

On Wednesday, Don Jr. met with the Senate Intelligence Committee for over nine hours as he was grilled on his role in Russia’s meddling in the 2016 election.

Heffernan, an editor at Politico and Wired, responded to the story with an anecdote.

“My friend Anna taught Don Jr preschool in Manhattan,” she tweeted. “She asked him to move his mat one day and he said, ‘F*ck you, bitch.’ He was three. Today’s for you, Anna.”

“Trump supporters have responded to this tweet with: 1. Fake news! 2. It’s not that bad. 3. Trumps are above the law,” she added. “The playbook never fails.”

Trump Jr.’s long meeting Wednesday is his third interview with Congressional investigators.

Last week, he met with the House Intelligence Committee for hours as he was similarly grilled on his role in Russia’s attempts to interfere in the election.

A large portion of the meeting reportedly focused on the infamous June 2016 Trump Tower meeting with a Russian lawyer who had promised him “dirt” on Hillary Clinton. The meeting was also attended by Jared Kushner and indicted former campaign chairman Paul Manafort.

Trump Jr. claimed that he did not speak with his father about the meeting after it was revealed earlier this year. He said that instead he spoke with now-White House communications director Hope Hicks about how to respond to the news reports.

Sources told CNN that Trump Jr. “said he could not recall some key details about the White House response.”

Trump Jr. also invoked attorney-client privilege to avoid revealing what he discussed with his father, even though neither of them are lawyers, Politico reports.

Trump Jr. claimed that there was a lawyer in the room when he discussed the meeting with his father.

Democratic California Rep. Adam Schiff, the top Democrat on the House Intel Committee, publicly scolded Don Jr. after his evasive answers.

“I don’t believe you can shield communications between individuals merely by having an attorney present,” he said. “That’s not the purpose of attorney-client privilege.”

“I don’t think my colleagues on the other side of the aisle would dispute the fact that as to this very central conversation between father and son, the witness declined to answer the question,” he added.

Trump Jr. has since complained about the “leaks” coming from the meeting, and demanded an investigation, according to The New York Times.

Trump Jr’s lawyer sent a letter to the committee, calling for an investigation to “maintain the credibility” of the committee’s probe.

“This committee should determine whether any member or staff member violated the rules by leaking information to the media concerning the interview or by purposely providing inaccurate information which led to significant misreporting,” the letter said.

The letter complained that Don Jr. was told the interview “would be kept strictly confidential and not discussed publicly unless and until the full committee voted to release the transcript.”

It went on to accuse Schiff, and other Democrats who discussed the meeting, like Reps. Jackie Speier and Eric Swalwell, as an “an attempt to discredit my client.”



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