Donald Trump Jr. just had an amazing day of campaigning in Pennsylvania

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  • Donald Trump Jr. campaigned for Republican Rick Saccone in Pennsylvania’s 18th Congressional District on Monday.
  • It produced a lot of great content.

Donald Trump Jr. had a fun day of campaigning for Republican Rick Saccone on Monday just a day before the special election for Pennsylvania’s 18th Congressional District.

President Donald Trump’s eldest son was cracking jokes at a pretzel factory, photographed appearing to give an interview to chocolate Easter bunnies, and ate a heaping serving of ice cream along Pittsburgh’s exurbs.

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