Donald J. Trump Jr.'s Book Goes Viral After New Covers Change Title to 'Daddy, Please Love Me'

Donald Trump Jr.'s new book got a facelift at a Barnes & Noble bookstore in New York City Thursday as comedy duo The Good Liars (TGL) replaced the book's original cover with their own parody cover, according to The Hill.

Trump Jr,'s book Triggered: How the Left Thrives on Hate and Wants to Silence Us was changed by TGL to Daddy, Please Love Me: How Everything I Do Is to Try to Earn My Father's Love.

Not even the Young Adult section was safe from the joke.

"We did the stunt to reach Don Jr.," TGL said in a statement. "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."

The Good Liars are a comedy duo known for their political humor, including pranks and videos.

Trump Jr. has been making the national media rounds talking about his new book. His recent appearance on the ABC talk show The View inflamed both the audience and the panel of hosts. Whoopi Goldberg reportedly told the audience during a commercial break to stop booing.

"It messes us up and stops the flow," Goldberg allegedly said, according to Page Six.

Trump Jr. later tweeted "I don't think I've enjoyed an interview this much in my life."

"I don't think they like me anymore," Trump Jr. said in an interview with Sean Hannity on Fox News.

"You would think if you were invited on a show, and they build it up, and they're giving you three segments," he continued, "you'd think, if you were there to promote a book, they'd ask you one question about the actual book."

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Donald Trump Jr., poses before a signing event for his new Book "Triggered: How the Left Thrives on Hate and Wants to Silence Us" at Barnes & Noble on 5th Avenue on November 5, 2019 in New York. Angela Weiss / AFP/Getty

Much of what Trump Jr. has written in Triggered has come under criticism, particularly his comparison of the "sacrifice" made by his family with the ultimate price paid by those who had died in armed conflict, according to Salon.

"I rarely get emotional, if ever," Trump Jr. wrote about his visit to Arlington National Cemetery. "I guess you'd call me hyper-rational, stoic. Yet, as we drove past the rows of white grave markers, in the gravity of the moment, I had a deep sense of the importance of the presidency and a love of our country."

He also wrote about "all the attacks we'd already suffered as a family and about all the sacrifices we'd have to make to help my father succeed—voluntarily giving up a huge chunk of our business and all international deals to avoid the appearance that we were 'profiting off the office.'"

Trump Jr.'s words were commented on by Democrat Congressman Ruben Gallego who tweeted, "Eight men I served with are buried in Section 60 of Arlington. Sacrifice is only a word to the Trumps."

Requests for comments from Donald Trump Jr. were not immediately returned, nor was a request for comment by The Good Liars.

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