Lincoln Project Parody Video Shows Donald Trump Jr. As Tony Montana Taking Cocaine

The Lincoln Project tweeted a parody video on Thursday showing Donald Trump Jr. taking cocaine as Tony Montana in a famous scene from the 1983 gangster movie Scarface.

In the video, Trump Jr.'s face is superimposed on Montana, who was played by Al Pacino, as he pushes his face into a large pile of cocaine on the desk in front of him in one of the movie's iconic moments.

The parody comes after Trump Jr. told the Glenn Beck Program on Wednesday that Hunter Biden, son of former Vice President Joe Biden, is a "crackhead" who may be a liability to a Biden administration.

The Lincoln Project had earlier shared a video of Trump Jr. with his speech artificially sped up and the Eric Clapton song "Cocaine" playing underneath it. In the tweet featuring the Scarface clip, they joked about making a correction.

"The Lincoln Project inadvertently posted the wrong @DonaldJTrumpJr video," their tweet said. "This is the correct clip. Our sincerest apologies for the oversight."

The Lincoln Project is a conservative group opposed to President Donald Trump's re-election. They've released many ads, some satirical and others serious attacks on the president and his Republican allies.

Since the first presidential debate on Tuesday, the Lincoln Project has ramped up its campaign against Trump by dropping several new videos.

During the debate, Trump brought up Hunter Biden and claimed he had been "thrown out of the military" for cocaine use. Trump Jr. went further in his interview with Beck, suggesting Biden's history with drugs could be a problem if his father becomes president.

The Lincoln Project inadvertently posted the wrong @DonaldJTrumpJr video.

This is the correct clip. Our sincerest apologies for the oversight.

— The Lincoln Project (@ProjectLincoln) October 1, 2020

"Hunter Biden now has a tie—a direct tie to Vladimir Putin and Russia," Trump Jr. said, referring to an accusation that Biden received $3.5 million from the wife of the mayor of Moscow. Biden's lawyer denies this.

"And you don't think they would use that over Crackhead Hunter? Like, you don't think that we need leverage over Joe Biden later on in life?" Trump Jr. said.

Hunter Biden received an administrative discharge from the Navy Reserve in 2014 after failing a drug test for cocaine the previous year, as the Wall Street Journal reported at the time, citing "people familiar with the matter."

The Lincoln Project may be trying to draw attention to unsubstantiated rumors that Trump Jr. was on drugs during his speech to the Republican National Convention this year. Some pointed to what they described as his glassy eyes.

Trump Jr. dismissed the idea he was on drugs as "ridiculous" and said that if his eyes appeared glassy it was due to "something with the lighting."

Donald Trump Jr. Speaks at a Rally
Donald Trump Jr. speaks during the Trump 2020 rally on September 14, 2020 in Harrison, Michigan. The Lincoln Project has repeatedly mocked him. Scott Legato/Getty Images