A Memphis woman whose nephew beat cancer said she's experienced hateful online attacks because she thanked Eric Trump for his commitment to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.

Last month, Sherrie Hopper thanked the president's son for his support of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital of Tennessee on Twitter, and said she and her family are "eternally grateful" for his commitment.

Eric Trump has reportedly raised more than $16 million for the hospital over the past 10 years.


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After Trump shared the post, Hopper posted a video for the "#WalkAway Campaign" saying that the "hate" her family has received online is "unreal."

Brandon Straka started the "#WalkAway" movement, which shares video stories of people who decide to dissociate themselves from liberalism.

"Now you're going to attack a charity? You're going to attack a St. Jude family? Someone who went through hell for four years? Come on, now," Hopper said in the video.



She added that the media doesn't want to leave Eric Trump alone, and that he wished to remain anonymous in his donation.

"We already went through hell. We don't need you. We don't need this," Hopper said, noting some on Twitter accused her of being a "Russian bot."

Trump thanked Hopper on Monday, tweeting that "nothing is off limits for some."


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