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Fact Check: Did Donald Trump Jr. Tell Supporters Not to Come to Mar-a-Lago?
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Fact Check: Did Donald Trump Jr. Tell Supporters Not to Come to Mar-a-Lago?

An image of an alleged tweet is fake.

An image has gone viral that shows a tweet in which Donald Trump Jr. supposedly tells supporters of his father to “not come to Mar-a-Lago to support President Trump” as the club has “many important people coming through” and they “need to keep it clean.”

The image is fake. Donald Trump Jr. did not send out this tweet, and it was created as a parody and marked as such in its initial form, which also says the tweet was sent at 6:99 a.m. (Click on the tweet to see the time stamp.)

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Alec Dent is a former culture editor and staff writer for The Dispatch.