Donald Trump Jr. is equally infamous for making eccentric remarks on Twitter if not more than his father and US President, Donald Trump. So what did he tweet now? For Halloween, Trump Jr. shared a picture of his three-year-old daughter, Chloe holding a bucket of candies. The 39-year-old used the platform and snap as to lecture on socialism. This got Twitterati jump into action who schooled him after his big talks on complicated political and economic theory. But the best reply was posted by Saturday Night Live (SNL) host, Kumail Nanjiani who burned Donald Trump Jr. by pointing out a flagrant grammar mistake in his tweet.

For Halloween 2017, Trump Jr. dressed up as his father and we have lost our ability to even..Nevertheless, the man went ahead to share an adorable picture of his daughter, Chloe dressed up as a cop. She is seen carrying a bucket of candy as a part of Trick-or-treating.

The businessman decided to use the occasion to give some knowledge on socialism and went about captioning the photograph as: ‘I’m going to take half of Chloe’s candy tonight & give it to some kid who sat at home. It’s never to early to teach her about socialism.’ This post opened the floodgates with Twitterverse joining in to explain why Trump Jr should be the last person on planet talking about socialism.

Pakistani-American stand-up comic artist and SNL host, Kumail Nanjiani also gave his two bits on the latest fiasco by Trump Jr. He writes, “Will you teach her the difference between “to” and “too?”. While everyone was busy schooling the former reality TV personality over his knowledge on socialism theory, Nanjiani took a potshot at Trump’s grammatically wrong part in the tweet, ‘It’s never to early to teach her about socialism.’ Ouch.

Meanwhile, JK Rowling, Kevin M. Kruse and Adam Weinstein others posted needful tweets to shut down Trump Jr’s hypocritical post. Kruse, the Professor of history at Princeton University wrote, “Man who inherited money from his father, who inherited it from *his* father, has lessons on making it on your own.”

Harry Potter creator, Rowling posted, “Fill her bucket with old candy left by her great-grandfather, then explain that she has more because she’s smarter than all the other kids.” She took a dig at President Trump from starting his career in the real estate business after getting big help from his rich father. Adam, senior editor for Task and Purpose tweets, “You should promise her some candy to make you look good, but give her nothing anyway. Never too early teach her about the Trump Organization”

Well, we hope Trump Jr will think twice before tweeting an outlandish remark on a political topic. If he cannot curb the urge to tweet, at least ensure to get it proofread before posting on the social media.