Donald Trump Jr flogging $599 videos on celebrity website Cameo to get MAGA messages across after Don's Twitter ban

DONALD Trump Jr has been using Cameo to record messages to get his political points across.

The former president's son is charging $599 for a personalized message and it comes comes after his dad was banned from Twitter.

Cameo is used by celebrities to record individual messages and he now joins Snoop Dogg to Tiger King’s Carole Baskin on the platform.

In his profile, the 43-year-old describes himself as a “Father, Patriot, Outdoorsman, Political Commentator and #1 NYT Bestselling author”.

He has recorded a brief introduction video in which he says: “Guys, Donald Trump junior here, really excited about being on Cameo, look forward to communicating with you guys.

"Also really look forward to helping my friend, Benghazi survivor Mark Geist raise some money for his incredible charity The Shadow Warriors project.

“Getting K-9s in the hands of vets that need them. Looking forward to doing all that and speaking to you guys real soon. It’s good to be here.”

Twitter banned then President Donald Trump’s account in January, citing “the risk of further incitement of violence” following the deadly insurrection at the US Capitol.

Don Jr is the oldest child of Donald Trump and his first wife Ivana, who is from the Czech Republic.

He is the executive vice president of the Trump Organization and has been dating 51-year-old Fox News pundit Kimberley Guilfoyle for the past three years.

The couple recently purchased a $9.7million mansion just 20 miles away from his dad's Mar-a-Lago resort.

Since his Trump left office, Don Jr has been taking swipes at his dad’s erstwhile foes.

He has mocked Joe Biden for fracturing his foot as he suggested Kamala Harris is "rubbing her hands together" to take over the presidency.

Cameo was founded in launched in 2017 and is a service which allows fans to buy personal video messages from their favourite stars.

Fans pay for their favourite star to record a short message, writing the script themselves, with a maximum length of 250 characters.

Cameo makes money by taking 25 per cent of the fee for the video and the latest figures show it made $100m in 2020.

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