President Trump’s sons Eric and Donald Jr joined their father on his visit to Ireland and were happy to mix with the locals on a pub crawl around Doonbeg.
However, Eric’s skills at pouring a pint of beer left a fair bit to be desired, and his attempt was shared online giving plenty of people a good laugh.
The Trump brothers spent the evening in the Co Clare town and bought drinks and posed for photos with the patrons.
They were invited to pull their own pints, and while Donald Jr made a respectable effort, Eric’s attempt was less impressive.
The pictures were posted on Twitter and plenty of viewers had something to say about it.
However, there was some confusion if Eric was attempting to pour a pint of Guinness, which is famously difficult to get perfect, or just a pint of beer.
— Caolán Mc Aree (@Caolanmcaree) June 6, 2019
Eric Trump was a milkshake or a pint of Guinness you poured?
Never seen anything like it ….#TrumpInIreland
— Archie (@wasteofgoodO2) June 6, 2019
The Eric Trump ‘Guinness’ pint is Smithwicks lads. Stop spreading fake news
— GavinGrace (@GavinGrace) June 6, 2019
Despite the unappealing pint, Eric was greeted by cheering locals when he arrived in Doonbeg, and was happy to mingle and share jokes with the locals.
Here is a short clip of him arriving and pouring drinks and handing them out.
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