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President Donald Trump’s son was a clue to a question on the show.
On Wednesday evening, Eric Trump saw his name on a Jeopardy! clue and earnestly shared a photo of it on Twitter. He wrote out the question to the answer “Eric Trump to Jared Kushner” in the caption: “Who is ‘brother in law.” (Followed by an American flag and fist bump emojis.) But Twitter users responded with more creative answers.
Several people joked that the correct question labeled President Donald Trump‘s son and son-in-law as cellmates or co-conspirators:
What is cell mate?
— Greg Gibbs (@Raincoat) March 28, 2018
"Who are witnesses against each other!" https://t.co/oEJDp5RHWf
— Charles P. Pierce (@CharlesPPierce) March 29, 2018
Others said that Jeopardy! answer revealed a bad fantasy character transformation.
worst Pokemon evolution ever pic.twitter.com/mxvH0jqkCY
— Saladin Ahmed (@saladinahmed) March 29, 2018
worst animorph ever https://t.co/D2DOvcRuHL
— darth™ (@darth) March 29, 2018
And then there’s this horrifying tweet:
What is the order for the human centipede https://t.co/QCKVBt2rMs
— Professional Arborist (@SortaBad) March 29, 2018
Robert Dimitri, a Los Angeles-based management and production assistant who guessed the correct question on the show, addressed Eric Trump’s tweet with a scorching reply. “Hi! I’m the one who answered this correctly on the show. Yes, you & your family are famous enough to appear as clues on Jeopardy!. I expect your father will make more appearances in the future under the categories “Political Embarrassments” & “Self-Promoting, Lying Jackasses,” he said.
Hi! I'm the one who answered this correctly on the show. Yes, you & your family are famous enough to appear as clues on Jeopardy!. I expect your father will make more appearances in the future under the categories "Political Embarrassments" & "Self-Promoting, Lying Jackasses."
— C. Robert Dimitri (@crobertdimitri) March 29, 2018
Tiffany Kelly is the Unclick editor at Daily Dot. Previously, she worked at Ars Technica and Wired. Her writing has appeared in several other print and online publications, including the Los Angeles Times, Popular Mechanics, and GQ.