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Farrow’s post came just a day after Trump signed into law a bill making animal cruelty a federal crime.

"@realDonaldTrump ⁩tell your sons that animal cruelty is now a crime,” Farrow wrote in her tweet.

 

Trump signed the bill, which was passed through Congress with bipartisan support, Monday evening, officially codifying "animal crushing" as a federal offense punishable by a fine and up to seven years in prison.

The Preventing Animal Cruelty and Torture Act defines the term as any conduct in which an animal "is purposely crushed, burned, drowned, suffocated, impaled, or otherwise subjected to serious bodily injury."

The new law would not prohibit Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump's activity in the photo, however, as it does not apply to hunting and the president's sons' excursion took place outside the U.S.

The photos of Trump's sons hunting big game in Africa first appeared online in 2012 and caused outrage at the time.

The photos reportedly prompted at least one sponsor to drop its advertisements from episodes of Trump's "The Celebrity Apprentice," according to Newsweek.

Farrow has previously shared the image and chided Trump’s sons for their hunting hobby.