Eric Trump ripped into Democrats on Tuesday evening when he appeared on Sean Hannity’s show on Fox News.
The president’s middle son pulled not a single punch when he let loose on the vitriol his father has received from his critics, telling Hannity: “I’ve never seen hatred like this,” describing the attacks against his father. “Morals have flown out the window. We deserve so much better than this as a country.”
The harshest of his comments were aimed at the Democratic Party: “You know, it’s so sad, you see the Democratic Party, they’re imploding. They have no message…There is no leadership there.”
Trump called Tom Perez, Democratic National Committee Chairman a “total wackjob.” He further accused the Democrats of having “no message of their own.”
But it was one particular comment about Democrats that hit the hardest. About them, Trump said, “To me they’re not even people.”
The recent attacks against President Trump by Democrats and celebrities show “the ugliness of Washington D.C…,” Eric Trump said, blasting not only Democrats but celebrities as well.Eric Trump went on to explain how his father is being personally attacked by the Democrats because they “don’t have the voice of the American people. They don’t have things that make sense for this country…They have no message so what do they try and do? They try to obstruct a great man. They try and obstruct his family. They come after us viciously, and it’s truly, truly horrible,” he said. ”
“The manners, the lack of moral in society is awful, and honestly, I blame most of those politicians and I blame the media…The way they act is out of control, and honestly it’s because the Democratic Party is sinking, and I mean that sincerely…it’s really the worst of the worst… We need to bring some principles back. We have to bring some manners back. We need to bring some respect back.” Trump said of Democrats that they “would rather see him fail than have America succeed. I have said that a million times and I really believe it.”
Amen, brotha, amen. Keep on speaking the truth.
[Note: This article was written by Katie Zehnder]