Lara Trump shows off her FJB purse

Lara Trump shows off her FJB purse

Lara Trump shows off her FJB wallet, and husband Eric laughs at a sticker showing Biden pointing at gas station prices and stating, “I did it!”

  • Eric Trump posted the video on his Instagram account on Friday.
  • It features wife Lara Trump wearing a clutch bag emblazoned with “FJB”.
  • The initials mean a rude insult to President Joe Biden.
  • The video also shows a sticker at a gas station blaming Biden for high gas prices.

Eric Trump shared a video showing his wife’s clutch purse emblazoned with the word “FJB” – an acronym for a rude insult to President Joe Biden.

The former president’s son posted a video to Instagram on Friday showing off a humorous sticker accusing Biden of raising gas prices at a Marathon gas station.

The sticker features Biden pointing to total sales on a pump, with the caption “I did it!” citing the criticism the President has faced about soaring gas prices and inflation in general.

It’s not clear if Eric put the sticker on or just noticed it while refueling.

Eric Trump shared a video showing his wife Lara's clutch bag emblazoned with Eric Trump shared a video showing his wife Lara's clutch bag emblazoned with

Eric Trump shared a video showing his wife Lara’s clutch bag emblazoned with “FJB” – an acronym for a blatant insult to President Joe Biden.

The video, which features Loza Alexander’s “Lets Go Brandon”, moves from a gas station to a car where Lara Trump is sitting in the passenger seat shaking her head.

Next to her is a small clutch bag emblazoned with an anti-Biden slogan in crystals or rhinestones.

It’s unclear exactly when or where the video was filmed, but last year the couple spent $3.2 million on a mansion in Jupiter, Florida.

The home is in the exclusive gated community of Trump National Golf Club, which is adjacent to another gated community where Don Trump Jr. and his girlfriend, former Fox News anchor Kimberly Gilfoyle, live.

Biden has come under fire for inflation and gas prices showing no signs of easing after a spike in oil prices this week due to tensions between Ukraine and Russia.

New data on Thursday showed gas prices rose 40 percent in January from a year ago, after rising 2.5 percent from December alone.

Eric Trump also displayed a sticker at a gas station accusing Biden of raising gas prices.  Eric's total showed that he was paying about $3.56 a gallon to fill

Eric Trump also displayed a sticker at a gas station accusing Biden of raising gas prices. Eric’s total showed that he was paying about $3.56 a gallon to fill

As of Saturday, the average price of regular unleaded gasoline nationwide was $3,482, according to the AAA Gas Price Index.

Concern that Russia would react to potential Western sanctions by withdrawing crude from an already tight global market put strong upward pressure on prices.

“It shows how events on the other side of the globe can have a marked impact right here in the US,” Andrew Gross, a spokesman for AAA, said in a statement this week.

“And, unfortunately for drivers, they are being reminded of this by higher gas station prices,” he added.

On Thursday, the Labor Department said annual inflation hit 7.5% in January, the highest level since 1982.

Gasoline prices are showing no signs of falling, as seen in this chart from Motoring Group AAA.

Gasoline prices are showing no signs of falling, as seen in this chart from Motoring Group AAA.

The Labor Department announced on Thursday that inflation hit a 40-year high of 7.5 percent.

The Labor Department announced on Thursday that inflation hit a 40-year high of 7.5 percent.

Biden released a statement admitting the “increased” numbers.

“While today’s report is overpriced, forecasters continue to predict a significant decline in inflation by the end of 2022,” he said.

“Fortunately, last month we saw positive growth in real wages and lower car prices, which accounted for about a quarter of total inflation over the past year. Separately, we saw good news as new jobless claims continue to decline.

“This is a sign of real progress we have made in getting Americans back to work over the past year.

“My administration will continue to work hard to win this fight. We will continue to rebuild our infrastructure and manufacturing so we can produce more in America and strengthen our supply chains here at home.

“We will continue to fight for spending in areas that have held back families and working people for decades, from prescription drugs to child and elderly care to their energy costs. And we will continue to promote increased competition to make our markets more competitive and provide consumers with more choice,” the president added.

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