The RNC Asked For Birthday Wishes For Eric Trump, And It Didn't Go As Planned

A lot of people called out the GOP for asking them to honor a private citizen.

The Republican National Committee was widely mocked after it asked people to sign a virtual birthday card for Eric Trump on Friday.

Most respondents questioned why the RNC wanted them to send well wishes to a private citizen. President Donald Trump’s second son, who turns 34 on Saturday, is not a member of the administration.

He is typically in his father’s corner, however. For example, this week he appeared to accuse talk show host Ellen DeGeneres of being part of the so-called “deep state.”

Other tweeters suggested sending him Fire and Fury, Michael Wolff’s new tell-all book about the Trump White House, as a gift.

Here’s a sampling of responses to the request:

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