Mitt Romney’s grandson trolls him with ‘Pierre Delecto’ Halloween costume

C’est lui?

Pierre Delecto has emerged again — but this time he’s Mitt Romney’s grandson, who decided to celebrate Halloween by dressing up as the senator’s fictional French alter ego on Twitter.

“Thomas as #PierroDelecto and Joe as Nacho. World beware,” the senator’s eldest son, Tagg, 49, captioned the photos of his mustachioed son wearing a beret and sunglasses and clad in a tux.

A nametag bore the name “Pierre Delecto” underneath a crossed-out “Mitt Romney.”

“Great costumes!” Romney, 72, wrote in response to the Twitter troll, before issuing a joking warning to his grandson.

“Thomas, #OutOfTheWill!” he wrote.

The Utah Republican first referenced the secret Twitter in a recent profile in The Atlantic, revealing few details other than that he followed some late-night comedians and journalists.

“I won’t give you the name of it,” Romney told the news outlet, but “I’m following 668 people.”

Slate’s Ashley Feinberg, who previously unearthed former FBI Director James Comey’s secret Twitter account, soon uncovered Romney’s account.

In a follow-up interview with The Atlantic, Romney came clean.

“C’est moi,” the 2012 GOP presidential nominee said.

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