During an interview on Fox and Friends Wednesday morning, the Executive Vice President of the Trump Organization Eric Trump did not hesitate to fire off his thoughts on the Democratic Party. The President’s son called its members “obstructionists,” and saying that the media is “out of control.”
Trump emphasized the turmoil of the Democratic Party and how conspiracies with no evidence continuously appear in the media against the Trump family. He believes they are using low-balling destruction as a last-resort:
“They become obstructionists because they have no message of their own. They have no solid candidates of their own.”
He called out the Democrats for coming after the entire Trump family “viciously,” and cited the profanities against his father from CNN host Reza Aslan as childish. He bashes the entire party for not maintaining true American values.
“I’ve never seen hatred like this. To me, they’re not even people. It’s so, so sad… Morals have just flown out the window.”
The attacks on the Trump family are “out of control,” according to both Trump and Hannity. He stressed frustration toward the lack of morality in D.C.:
“Honestly, I blame most of these politicians and I blame the media because it’s out of control.”
Every member of the Trump family has been blasted on social media. Rosie O’Donnell, on Twitter, suggested that Barron Trump was autistic last November. Media articles have spread lies about the first lady.
“If they are able to attack an eleven-year-old boy… my wife and unborn child… It is truly, truly sick.”
Eric Trump even expressed astonishment that he received flack for raising “$16.3 million for dying children.”
Donald Trump’s faithful son passionately defended his father, calling him a “great man” and holding fast to the belief that Trump will make the nation great once more. But he does make the stipulation that “we have to bring some manners back,” and clean up our actions in politics.
Trump wrapped up the matter with the sad truth about the Democratic Party: “They would rather see him [Donald Trump] fail than to see America succeed… That’s the ugliness of Washington D.C.”