Donald Trump Jr. mocks protesters' plans for election anniversary

On the anniversary of Election Day 2016, thousands of anti-Trump liberals are planning to get together to vent their frustrations, and it's got more than a couple conservatives and supporters of the president chuckling. 

The president's son, Donald Trump Jr., took to Twitter to mock the thousands of people expected to attend the anti-Trump gatherings this week.  

The event is called “Scream helplessly at the sky on the anniversary of the election” and attendees are expected to do just that—literary scream into the sky.

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"This administration has attacked everything about what it means to be American. Who wouldn’t feel helpless every day?" Event organizer Johanna Schulman told Newsweek.

But Trump Jr. appeared to suggest that his father’s critics were acting like babies saying

"Solid plan: apparently my 3 year old is consulting for the opposition."

More than 15,000 people have expressed interest in the events according to Facebook, with cities including Boston, Austin and Denver holding events. 

The event is scheduled for November 8. 

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