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NEW YORK (AP) — Donald Trump is running a more disciplined campaign of late, largely avoiding the verbal slip-ups and inflammatory tweets that some have deemed offensive.

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But in recent weeks, a series of eyebrow-raising sentiments has been emanating from another Trump: the candidate’s eldest son.

Donald Trump Jr. has posted a pair of controversial tweets warning of the dangers of admitting refugees.

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One post likened refugees to a bowl of Skittles and drew widespread condemnation.

And it’s not the first time that Donald Trump Jr. has used imagery that some believe carries xenophobic or racist connotations.

He also recently made what appeared to be a Holocaust-themed joke and suggested that his father didn’t want the distraction of releasing his taxes.

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