'They Don't Have a Message': Eric Trump Blasts Dems' 'Nonsense' Rhetoric Ahead of Midterms
Eric Trump blasted the recent rhetoric by Democrats ahead of November's midterm elections on Fox & Friends, calling their anti-Trump sentiments "nonsense."
Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) continued to double down on her opposition to the president, and again called for his impeachment.
Eric Trump on Wednesday touted the booming economy under his father's watch and said that Democrats don't have a winning message for the midterms.
What is [Democrats’] message right now? They don’t have a message," he said. "Anti-law enforcement, high taxes, and the elimination of plastic straws, that is not a message that’s going to win come November."
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The president's son also slammed Bob Woodward's book, which claims to reveal shocking details about the inner workings of the Trump administration.
In it, the veteran journalist claims that Defense Secretary James Mattis once said the president has the understanding of "a fifth- or sixth-grader" and that White House Chief of Staff John Kelly called Trump an "idiot."
"At the behest of the American people, at the behest of our country and a president that’s doing a phenomenal job by every quantifiable metric, I mean, is that really where we are? And I think people read through this," Eric Trump said.
He also said that anonymous White House official who wrote a New York Times op-ed bashing the president and his administration is a coward.
"There’s 3,500 people that are part of the White House apparatus," he said. "I mean, give me a break, somebody hides behind ... a 'senior official,'" he said.
.@EricTrump: “There’s 3,500 people that are part of the White House apparatus. I mean give me a break. Somebody hides behind, and you know, is a ‘senior official.’ Again, people know better.” pic.twitter.com/7FjwkZdPze
— Fox News (@FoxNews) September 12, 2018
He added that the country is doing "so unbelievably well" and that the president has accomplished more in his first two years than any president before him.
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