Like his father, Donald Trump Jr. has a history of engaging in controversial conversations with radio shock-jocks, a review of his appearances on various programs by CNN's KFile reveals.
On shows like "Opie and Anthony," the now-defunct "The Six Pack," and "Opie with Jim Norton," the younger Trump made a joke about the 2012 Aurora theater shooting, expressed regret he could no longer mock overweight people, invoked Arab stereotypes, and joked about child beauty contestants being abused by their parents.
The Trump son also noted there were hours of footage of the "The Apprentice" left on the cutting room floor that would appeal to those with a "sick sense of humor."
For decades, Donald Trump appeared on radio shock jock Howard Stern's daily program, making controversial comments about current events, women, and sex. Trump Jr. also found his voice on shock jock radio shows — often noting his lack of political correctness when sharing his opinion about politics and culture.