11-Year-Old Bullied Simply Because His Last Name is Trump


It’s time to take a quiz… Are you ready?

Question # 1: Who is the most bashed person in the United States today?

Answer # 1: President Trump is the most bashed person in the U.S. today. 

You guessed correctly! 

Question # 2: What happens when you happen to have the same last name as the President?

Answer # 2: You get bashed!

You answered correctly again! Congratulations!

With President Trump taking a daily dose of criticism from the media and his supporters dealing with a ton of nonsense from leftists, I guess it should be no surprise that if you share the same last name as him, you’re probably gonna have a bad time.

In Delaware, there is an 11-year-old boy by the name of — Joshua Trump — and he seems to be facing some of the same criticism as our President. 

Because of his last name, the kids at his school have been bullying him, calling him an idiot, and cursing at him. His mother says its led to him hating himself and feeling sad everyday. 

The question that comes to mind when hearing about this is: who the heck are the kids learning this behavior from?

It looks like they’ve been hearing their parents bash Trump and in turn feel it’s okay to bash someone who has no relation to the President but shares the same name. 

If only these parents could learn to teach their children better behavior, but then again if you exhibit the same kind of behavior, how can your kids behave any better than you?

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