'Buckle Up Buttercup': Michael Avenatti Tells Donald Trump Jr. To Get Ready For Prison

Ed Mazza

Donald Trump Jr. tried to make a joke linking disgraced former Democratic politician Anthony Weiner to attorney Michael Avenatti. In response, he received a warning ― and a challenge ― from Stormy Daniels’ attorney.

The Twitter feud kicked off when the eldest son of President Donald Trump shared a message about Weiner’s upcoming early release from prison, then cracked:

Avenatti fired back:

Later, for good measure, Avenatti challenged both the president’s son to an MMA fight for charity:

When someone asked if they would be using protective headgear in the theoretical matchup, Avenatti replied:

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The Trumps have not responded to the challenge.

CORRECTION: A previous version of this story indicated Avenatti challenged both President Donald Trump and Donald Trump Jr. to the fight.

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