Donald Trump Jr. Says His Dad is Getting Younger Because Stress 'Fuels Him'

Donald Trump Jr. has shared a favorably photoshopped image of his father, saying the former president has defied aging because the stress "fuels him."

"He got younger...," reads the text above the image Trump Jr. shared to his Instagram page on Monday.

It appears as though Trump's eldest son is referring to a tweet posted by far-right activist Jack Posobiec, where the Trump supporter asked, "How is he getting younger?" alongside the same image.

"There's some truth to this," Trump Jr. replied via his own social media account. "He takes the stress and it fuels him, and in all fairness he took more crap than any other president times about 1000. Others can't handle it and they age 20 years overnight."

Trump Jr. has regularly sung his father's praises and was a key surrogate for Trump's 2020 presidential campaign, regularly appearing on the campaign trail.

Since Joe Biden took over the presidency in January this year, many—including members of the Trump family—have taken aim at his age.

At 78 years old, Biden is the oldest person to have taken the presidential oath of office. Critics of the Biden administration have frequently referenced the president's age in a bid to discredit his ability to run the country.

Trump, who is only three years younger than Biden, famously slandered his opponent using the nickname "Sleepy Joe" during his reelection campaign.

How is he getting younger pic.twitter.com/jp4mGMxXBl

— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) September 4, 2021

Last month, an op-ed in one of Britain's largest newspapers called Biden "exhausted" and said he was "too old" to do the job.

The Daily Telegraph's America editorial writer Tim Stanley—a conservative commentator—took aim at the president and claimed he lacked the "necessary acuity" to be commander-in-chief.

The column repeated several Republican attack lines against the president.

"Biden is too old to be president, which isn't to say that an old person can't lead," the column said of the president, who is the oldest person to take the presidential oath of office," the article read.

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Donald Trump Jr. has said stress "fuels" his father, former U.S. president Donald Trump. Saul Loeb-Pool/Getty Images