The proprietor of a Texas restaurant apologized after Donald Trump Jr. shared three images of himself posing and cringing with a cookie cake frosted within the “Hope” fashion of former President Obama’s marketing campaign posters. In one of many pictures, the president’s eldest son posed with Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas.
Trump Jr. tagged the situation of proprietor Stephan Courseau’s Dallas restaurant “Le Bilboquet” within the submit, which went viral after he posted it on Sunday.
“With buddies like these… some good buddies determined that whereas my birthday shouldn’t be for two weeks that they might get me an early 40th birthday cake. And what birthday is full with out an Obama cake? I figured it was so good that I must share it with Ted,” Trump Jr. captioned the Instagram submit.
Courseau made a follow-up submit Monday on Instagram apologizing for Trump Jr.’s images and clarifying what he referred to as “unlucky circumstances.”
The submit has since been taken down, however initially stated:
“Each Donald Trump Jr. and Ted Cruz have been attending a birthday celebration of certainly one of our common patrons who rented out our venue for a personal occasion. The occasion was not for both of them nor was it any form of partisan rally. Sadly, I used to be not working yesterday and couldn’t intervene within the unlucky circumstances that unfolded however I imagine I owe you a proof and an apology. Somebody that attended the occasion introduced in an out of doors cake for Donald Trump Jr.’s upcoming birthday and we aren’t certain who that was. Each Donald Trump Jr. and Ted Cruz took photos with the cake and posted on social media retailers.”