A comedic duo went around New York last week putting up fake U.S. Army recruitment flyers. The flyers featured an image of Donald Trump’s oldest son Donald Jr. The flyer encouraged everyone to enlist while noting that he would not be joining up.
The posters were taped to windows at Armed Forces Career Centers in Brooklyn, N.Y. The flyers included Trump Jr.’s image and the quote, “I’m not enlisting, but you should.”
The flyers were made and put up by the comedy team known as The Good Liars. The comedy team is made up of comedians Jason Selvig and Davram Stiefler. The posters were put up amid growing hostilities between the United States and Iran. Over the last few days, things have cooled down between the two countries.
“Hopefully we aren’t going to war, but if we did, we know one guy who won’t enlist,” The Good Liars posted to their Instagram page.
“In the wake of Trump’s latest reckless foreign policy actions that could very easily result in more and more troops being sent to the Middle East, we thought the public deserved a reminder of who the Trumps are,” Selvig and Stiefler recently stated during an interview with the HuffPost.
This is not the comedian’s first jab at the Trumps. The duo placed Vladimir Putin merchandise in a Trump Tower gift shop. Some of the items featured Vladimir Putin’s photo that had the caption “45th President of The United States.”
The Good Liars also changed the covers of Donald Trump Jr’s book “Triggered” in a major New York bookstore. The new covers were identical to the real cover except for the title of the book had been changed to “Daddy, Please Love Me.”