Northeastern Univ. lecturer attacks Barron Trump over ‘The Expert’ t-shirt, gets slammed on Twitter

On Monday, Jodi Beggs, a “behavioral economist” and lecturer at Northeastern University, attacked 11-year-old Barron Trump for wearing a t-shirt that read, “The Expert,” saying that it made her throw up in her mouth “a little.”

“Barron Trump is wearing a shirt that reads ‘The Expert’ and I just threw up in my mouth a little,” she said on Twitter, later claiming that she was actually attacking his parents for letting him wear the t-shirt.

Naturally, she got slammed on Twitter:


Good question.  Maybe she approves of that activity…


Even if she was, would it really matter?

Beggs’ response to this was simply unbelievable:

A sense of entitlement?  Spoken like a true leftist…



Unless of course, the parents happen to be Donald and Melania Trump.  Then all bets are off.

Donald Trump, Jr., also weighed in:

Something tells me that won’t happen.

Another person asked:

Beggs responded:

What, no vomit?

The Washington Examiner said the t-shirt worn by the younger Trump is sold out, and contrary to reports, has not been available for some time:

The T-shirt Barron Trump wore when moving into the White House with his parents on Sunday did not immediately sell out at J. Crew, contrary to published reports.

The Washington Examiner and other media outlets reported Monday that the gray cotton T-shirt sported by Barron with the words “The Expert” had quickly sold out online.

In fact, a J. Crew representative told Business Insider that the shirt was part of the retailer’s spring 2015 collection, and “was not re-released yesterday and would have ‘sold out’ long before the president’s son wore the shirt.” A J. Crew representative did not return a request for comment to the Washington Examiner.


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