Donald Trump Jr. shares Nike ad image of Colin Kaepernick with his father instead

Donald Trump Jr is tracking Nike about his latest advertising campaign with Colin Kaepernick. President Donald Trump's eldest son published a Photoshop version of the ad on Instagram, replacing Kaepernick with an image of his stern father staring intently at the camera.

Donald Trump Jr is harassing Nike in his latest advertising campaign with the controversial former quarterback Colin Kaepernick.

President Donald Trump's eldest son published a Photoshop version of the ad on Instagram, replacing Kaepernick with an image of his stern-looking father staring intently at the camera.

& # 39; Believe in something. Even if that means sacrificing everything, "the image reads, using the same theme of the Nike ad campaign.

The bottom of the photo bears the Nike logo & # 39; swoosh & # 39; with the words & # 39; Just do it & # 39;

Donald Trump Jr is tracking Nike about his latest advertising campaign with Colin Kaepernick. President Donald Trump's eldest son published a Photoshop version of the ad on Instagram, replacing Kaepernick with an image of his stern father staring intently at the camera.

Donald Trump Jr is tracking Nike about his latest advertising campaign with Colin Kaepernick. President Donald Trump's eldest son published a Photoshop version of the ad on Instagram, replacing Kaepernick with an image of his stern father staring intently at the camera.

That's where he fixed it for you. #maga, & # 39; Trump Jr, 40, wrote in the subtitle

That's where he fixed it for you. #maga, & # 39; Trump Jr, 40, wrote in the subtitle

That's where he fixed it for you. #maga, & # 39; Trump Jr, 40, wrote in the subtitle

That's where he fixed it for you. #maga, & # 39; Trump Jr, 40, wrote in the legend.

The president's son maintains a considerable number of followers in social networks.

Your Instagram account only has 1.3 million followers. The model of the Nike ad generated more than 125,000 likes.

President Trump criticized Nike on Wednesday for his new advertising campaign with Kaepernick, the NFL quarterback who generated controversy by kneeling in protest during the national anthem.

The campaign is specially scheduled to commemorate the thirtieth anniversary of the company's slogan "Just do it."

President Trump criticized Nike on Wednesday for his new advertising campaign with Kaepernick, the NFL quarterback who generated controversy by kneeling in protest during the national anthem. The original Nike ad can be seen in the image above

President Trump criticized Nike on Wednesday for his new advertising campaign with Kaepernick, the NFL quarterback who generated controversy by kneeling in protest during the national anthem. The original Nike ad can be seen in the image above

President Trump criticized Nike on Wednesday for his new advertising campaign with Kaepernick, the NFL quarterback who generated controversy by kneeling in protest during the national anthem. The original Nike ad can be seen in the image above

The slogan, "Believe in something." Even if that means sacrificing everything, it's a reference that Kaepernick is positioned as the first prominent player to kneel in protest.

Since emerging as the symbol of the national protest, Kaepernick has not been able to find an NFL team willing to sign him for a contract.

He accused the owners of the NFL of collusion to keep him out of professional football as punishment for his protest.

Trump, without offering evidence, said in a post on Twitter that the sportswear company was "being killed absolutely with anger and boycotts."

The campaign is specially scheduled to commemorate the thirtieth anniversary of the company slogan "Just do it." A large billboard with the announcement is seen upstairs in New York City on Thursday

The campaign is specially scheduled to commemorate the thirtieth anniversary of the company slogan "Just do it." A large billboard with the announcement is seen upstairs in New York City on Thursday

The campaign is specially scheduled to commemorate the thirtieth anniversary of the company slogan "Just do it." A large billboard with the announcement is seen upstairs in New York City on Thursday

He also continued to attack NFL players for their protests over racial and social injustice.

The representatives of Nike could not be contacted immediately to comment on the Trump tweet.

The footwear and clothing maker's campaign this week sparked a national debate on social justice that Kaepernick and other NFL players provoked with their protests aimed at addressing police brutality against minorities, racial injustice and the reform of the criminal justice system .

Trump has adopted the issue as a political cause, frequently criticizing players for taking a knee in games and questioning their patriotism.

Critics have defended their protests as a fundamental right of the United States to freedom of expression.

A lot of Trump fans have posted images on social media showing them burning Nike shoes and clothing to protest the advertising campaign led by Kaepernick.

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