Donald Trump Jr. says he will spend quarantine cleaning guns and 'doing a little 2A stuff'
Posted: 2020-11-22 04:03:26    (see more from

After testing positive for the coronavirus, Donald Trump Jr. said he would pass the time during his quarantine by cleaning his guns, watching Netflix, and reading e-books.

In an Instagram video Friday, Trump Jr. said that he will be “going through" his safe and doing “a little 2A” stuff during his alone time. He also asked followers for “any good Netflix recommendations” and e-books since he "can’t go out and buy a book” because there are only “so many guns” he can clean before it gets boring.

Trump Jr. said he has been asymptomatic since his diagnosis and is hoping his test may have been a false positive. Despite the lack of symptoms, Trump Jr. said he was going to take the test seriously and self-isolate under an abundance of caution.

“Going to give it a couple days of quarantine and follow the protocols then get retested in case it was a false positive as I feel and have felt totally fine,” Trump Jr. said.

“I don’t have the red eyes like they claimed I had for apparently using cocaine prior to my RNC speech,” Trump Jr. added in the video. “This is the world of the internet. God knows I troll and do my fair share of it, so I guess it comes back to me.”

“That’s the game,” he continued.

Trump Jr. has found other ways to keep busy during his isolation, taking to Twitter on Saturday to promise a Facebook video highlighting the best comments in response to his diagnosis.

“Did you notice it’s all from left-wing publications?” Trump Jr. asked in response to a tweet about him “liking” news articles about his positive test. “Do you ever think I did it so that I could read through the comments to see all the tolerance from those who are preaching unity? Yeah, maybe that’s it, I’ll get a video up on Facebook to highlight some of the best ones.”

Trump Jr. is the fourth member of President Trump’s family to test positive for COVID-19, after the president, first lady Melania Trump, and their son Barron were all diagnosed with the virus earlier this year.