DONALD Trump Jr said that Joe Biden's first 30 days have been a "disaster" and trolled the president over his son Hunter.
The former president's eldest son made the comments during Friday's Conservative Political Action Conference.
"The first 33 days have been a disaster," Don Jr said of the Biden-Harris administration's presidency.
"The lies the media told you wouldn't happen are all happening," he said before joking. "But hey at least they have a diverse cabinet, right?"
He went on to slam Kamala Harris, saying: "First and foremost we elected a woman, well that's wonderful, is she competent?"
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The 43-year-old then insisted that many people would not have voted for Biden if they had known about Hunter Biden's reported laptop scandal.
This lead him to ask: "Where is Hunter Biden?" before quipping, "I'm sure he's making millions in China, don't worry guys."
He even hit out at the rebranding of Mr Potato Head, joking: "If Hasbro wanted a gender neutral Mr Potato Head so badly they should just slap a picture of CNN's Brian Sletler [sic] on the cover."
However, the president's son appeared to slip-up, saying "Sletler" instead of Stetler.
Don Jr only spoke for around 15 minutes, before closing his set.
His comments come just one day after Don Jr told Sean Hannity that his father showed "you can actually push back."
"The Republicans aren't willing to do it. They've shown that over the decades," he said.
"They'd just rather lose gracefully, I guess. That's not really a plan that I would go with, but it's what they've done.
"Donald Trump has shown that you don't have to do that. You can actually push back."
Trump Jr's father is set to make his first post-presidential appearance at the conservative gathering this weekend.
Ian Walters, spokesman for the American Conservative Union, confirmed that Trump will be speaking at the group’s annual Conservative Political Action Conference on Sunday.
Trump is expected to talk about the future of the Republican Party, as well as to criticize President Biden's efforts to undo his immigration policies, according to a person who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss the plans.
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