'We'd Become Venezuela': Eric Trump Warns Against 2020 Field of 'Radicalized' Dem Candidates
Trump Organization executive vice president Eric Trump said Tuesday on "Hannity" that the Democrats are "not the party of JFK" and have become "radicalized" beyond comprehension.
"They don't want law and order... They want to let anyone into this country," he said.
Trump commented on Sen. Kamala Harris' (D-Calif.) announcement that she will run for president against Trump's father, President Donald Trump.
Eric Trump ripped Harris for comparing Immigration & Customs Enforcement to the Ku Klux Klan and her left-wing progressive platform of "free health care for all."
"How do you pay for this stuff?" he asked. "We'd become Venezuela."
Trump said that Harris and other left-wing Democrats embody a platform that is "not what America's about."
"It's almost an anti-American message," he said, adding that the nation is recognized for its capitalist system and work ethic.
On immigration reform, Trump said lawmakers hit a logjam over border security because Democrats "don't want [my father] to succeed at anything because he's done a damn good job."
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