The Hill reports:
Donald Trump Jr. accused Vanity Fair on Friday of purchasing some of the site’s more than 4 million Twitter followers after the magazine reported that Trump Jr. was worried his father, President Trump, has trouble sleeping. In a tweet, the president’s eldest son attacked the news magazine as “sad” and “irrelevant,” while urging Vanity Fair reporters to “keep making crap up” about him and his father’s administration. Trump Jr. offered no evidence for the alleged purchase of fake followers other than low interaction rates on the Twitter account’s posts.
Last month Junior posted a terribly photoshopped image which falsely claimed Glorious Leader’s approval rating is 50%. He did not take down the tweet despite widespread ridicule.
Ivanka Trump is worried about impeachment. Don Jr. has told people he’s worried Trump isn’t sleeping. And the White House is apparently no closer to identifying the New York Times leaker. https://t.co/kpreq667m4
— VANITY FAIR (@VanityFair) September 13, 2018
What a joke, you think I worry my father isn’t sleeping?🤣🤣🤣 I have never and will never worry about that. Keep making crap up.
Oh, VF with 4.8m “followers” how do you average less than 20 RTs for your last 20 or so posts? BUYING FOLLOWERS MUCH? SAD, PATHETIC, & IRRELEVANT! https://t.co/hAhNAl88KL
— Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) September 14, 2018