Donald Trump, Jr. tore into Montana's liberal Senator Jon Tester (D-MT), who once told MSNBC how Trump's critics should "punch him in the face."

"This leftwing fraud wants to trick Montanans into believing that he's a 'moderate' who supports my father's policies, Donald Trump, Jr said via X. "Don't buy it for a second. Tester is a Biden rubber-stamp and anti-Trump radical!"

By the way, Liberal Senator Jon Tester (D-MT) had a lot to say about George Floyd, but has he said squat about Laken Riley, the young college student who was murdered allegedly by an illegal alien while out for a jog?

Nope. To make it worse, he voted to kill the Laken Riley Act. Check out Stephen Miller's tweet below.

Here's what I wrote back in 2019 after Tester was talking trash about Trump on MSNBC. 

"Punch him in the face." That's what Senator Jon Tester (D-MT) thinks his opponents need to do to President Donald Trump following the spat with Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) and "The Squad."

I actually get quite the laugh out of reading Senator Jon Tester's (D-MT) press releases.Grills! Slammed! Those are words often featured in his press release headlines. But you gotta wonder what the liberal editorial board at The Billings Gazette is gonna have to say about this line by Tester during an interview on MSNBC, as is reporting:

I don’t think, even in states where Donald Trump won big, that it does you any good running away from Donald Trump. I think you need to go back and punch him in the face. I mean, the truth is that this guy is bad for the country.

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