TikTok personality and actress Dylan Mulvaney.On his podcast Triggered earlier this week, Trump Jr. questioned whether the decision to show support for Mulvaney was "a one-off colossal screw-up."He then claimed Anheuser-Busch supported Republicans and that in the last cycle, its employees and its Political Action Committee gave "about 60 percent to Republicans," referring to political donations and lobbying.According to data from Open Secrets, which tracks money spent in politics, Anheuser-Bushch and people affiliated with the company donated $514,375 to the National Republican Senatorial Committee and $464,505 to the National Republican Congressional Committee in the 2022 cycle.Anheuser-Bushch also donated hundreds of thousands of dollars to conservative causes and tens of thousands to Democrat-affiliated groups.Despite this, Trump Jr.'s defense of the company appeared to anger many MAGA supporters.Conservatives and Republicans have repeatedly hit out at the transgender community and have worked to pass legislation to limit the medical treatment that transgender children are allowed to receive as part of any physical transition.Former federal prosecutor Ron Filipkowski noted Trump Jr.
had been subject to a backlash from MAGA supporters over his stance.In a Twitter post on Saturday, Filipkowski said: "I have to type this through tears after laughing so hard reading MAGA posts attacking [Trump] junior for calling off the Bud Light boycott."I have to type this through tears after laughing so hard reading MAGA posts attacking Junior for calling off the Bud Light boycott. #RINOJunior #DeepStateJunior #ControlledOpsJunior pic.twitter.com/x3x1tsCrV3One of the posts he included from Twitter user @McKaylaRoseRed, whose comment.