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Trump Organization Executive Vice President Eric Trump, son of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, joined Fox and Friends to discuss his father’s campaign and the flooding disaster in Louisiana.

Ainsley Earhardt asked Trump for his thoughts on President Obama continuing his vacation in Massachusetts while Louisiana was dealing with historic and deadly flooding.

“As a civilian, it’s horrible,” Trump said.

“Here you are in Martha’s Vineyard playing golf while people’s houses are underwater and [their] lives are destroyed. It just tells a story of a difference in leadership quality.”

The White House said Obama would visit the Baton Rouge area on Tuesday.

“If [Donald] didn’t go down there and put the pressure on, [Obama] wouldn’t be going down there,” Trump said.

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