Donald Trump Jr. and Kimberly Guilfoyle


Twitter weighs in on the ‘theme’ of Don Jr.’s New Year’s Eve party

The internet is once again accusing Don Jr. of having a cocaine problem.


Mikael Thalen


Posted on Jan 1, 2021   Updated on Jan 1, 2021, 2:46 pm CST

Twitter users are weighing in on a photograph of Donald Trump Jr. and Kimberly Guilfoyle by guessing the theme of the couple’s New Year’s Eve party.

The incident unfolded after Twitter user Mystery Solvent posed the question to their more than 100,000 followers.

“What was the theme of this New Year’s Eve party?” they asked.

The responses quickly came flooding in, with many arguing that the party centered around infecting others with the coronavirus. President Donald Trump as well as several people in his orbit—including Don Jr. and Guilfoyle—unsurprisingly caught the virus last year after openly flouting safety guidelines.

“Give me covid AND give me DEATH!” @Melmaxjoe said.

Others envisioned a future in which Trump’s orbit would face criminal charges for the administration’s actions over the last four years.

“Indictment Under the Sea,” @guynormanbee quipped.

But the vast majority of users suggested that the party’s theme was actually cocaine.

“Cocaine & Caviar,” @JoshCoutu said.

The remarks are unsurprising given that the internet is convinced Don Jr. abuses cocaine. The president’s son has denied the rumors, which largely began after people online suggested that he had “cocaine eyes” during his appearance at the Republican National Convention (RNC).

“Cocaína Couture,” @j_mac21 said of the party’s theme.

Don Jr. was also accused of having a cocaine habit in October after users argued that his jaw moved uncontrollably during an interview on Fox News.

Although Trump Jr.’s alleged ex, reality TV star Aubrey O’Day, asserted in November that the president’s son never expressed interest in cocaine, Twitter users remain unconvinced.

“The Cokeheads,” @6022jsm added.

Don Jr. spent his New Year’s Eve at Mar-a-Lago in Florida watching Vanilla Ice perform. The president declined to attend the event himself.

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*First Published: Jan 1, 2021, 2:45 pm CST