Comedy group swaps Trump Jr. book jacket with fake title: 'Daddy, Please Love Me'
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A fake jacket placed on the cover of Donald Trump Jr.Donald (Don) John TrumpKhizr Khan: Trump family 'has no idea what service and sacrifice is' Hillicon Valley: Facebook to remove mentions of potential whistleblower's name | House Dems demand FCC action over leak of location data | Dem presses regulators to secure health care data Facebook, YouTube to remove 'any and all' mention of potential whistleblower's name MORE’s new book in a New York City bookstore swapped the title to “Daddy, Please Love Me: How Everything I Do Is Try To Earn My Father’s Love.” 

The duo of artists and comedians known as T.G.L., which stands for “The Good Liars,” took credit for the stunt days after the president’s eldest son released the conservative book called “Triggered: How the Left Thrives on Hate and Wants to Silence Us.”

The group said they placed a book jacket on copies at a New York Barnes and Noble location “to make it a little more honest.”

“You’re welcome, Junior!” a caption read.

The book was also seen in photographs placed in the Young Adult fiction section of the bookstore.

The Trump Organization executive said the book is meant to take on “the bullshit we’ve all seen coming from the mainstream media ... and the great hypocrisy and stupidity coming from the left.”

“The Good Liars,” Jason Selvig and Davram Stiefler, are also the same pair that last month placed a satirical advertisement on a New York City subway train that took aim at President TrumpDonald John TrumpThis week: House kicks off public phase of impeachment inquiry Impeachment week: Trump probe hits crucial point Judd Gregg: The big, big and bigger problem MORE’s personal attorney Rudy GiulianiRudy GiulianiImpeachment week: Trump probe hits crucial point This week: House kicks off public phase of impeachment inquiry Giuliani associate says he sought to pressure Ukraine to investigate Bidens MORE. The ad read, “Need A Lawyer? Call Crazy Rudy.”

A photo of the blue-banner ad showed Giuliani alongside a list of legal services, which include "back-channel deals" and "cable news appearances." 

The ad also declared that Giuliani "has no shame" and "will work for free!"

The comedians in 2016 also pretended to be “undecided” voters during the presidential election and spoke with presidential candidates on the campaign trail in their Amazon Prime movie “Undecided.”


In a statement to The Hill, the two commented on the father/son relationship, remarking on the ways that Donald Trump Jr. tries to emulate the president. They assert that those actions go so far as the president's son dating Kimberly GuilfoyleKimberly Ann GuilfoyleComedy group swaps Trump Jr. book jacket with fake title: 'Daddy, Please Love Me' Trump Jr., Guilfoyle dress as 'Witch Hunt' for Halloween University of Florida students protest Trump Jr. appearance MORE, a Fox News journalist they say looks like first lady Melania TrumpMelania TrumpTrump gets a warm reception at Alabama-LSU game Comedy group swaps Trump Jr. book jacket with fake title: 'Daddy, Please Love Me' Man pleads guilty in plot to attack Cleveland on July 4 MORE

"We did the stunt to reach Don Jr. It’s really sad to watch him try to earn his father’s love so publicly. It’s pretty obvious that President Trump doesn’t love him, and Junior’s attempts to get his father’s attention — dressing up as his father for halloween and marrying a Fox News personality that looks conspicuously like Melania — have been really hard to watch."