It is amazing how the media depicts Trump and his family. They are so convinced that the Trump’s are “evil” that they will do anything to destroy them. That was evident last week when Rachel Maddow decided to lead Trump’s tax returns on live television. However, instead of proving that President Trump was a scoundrel it showed the exact opposite. Now, his son Eric has stepped forward and what he said to one reporter literally had her gasp.
Eric Trump is a brilliant man just like his father and has a strong grasp on what is happening today. Recently Eric sat down with Maria Bartiromo, a reporter for Fox News Business and to discuss the Maddow incident.
Here is what he had to say.
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In case you missed it here is what Eric Trump had to say.
“It’s really sad we’re in an environment where tax returns are leaked. Just think about it. Just think about how dangerous that is, how third world it is of a practice– when personal information is being put out by people for political agendas. As a civilian, it’s actually scary to me.”
However, that is not all he had to say, folks. Eric also said that this report proved that Trump paid more taxes than his democratic counterparts. We have heard for months that the reason Trump did not want to show his taxes was because he wasn’t paying them. Well, that theory has been blown out of the water, and the left is now left scrambling.
But, I agree with Eric completely on these shady journalistic tactics.
Just because the left does not agree with someone that does not mean the right to invade someone’s privacy. Showing tax records is not a prerequisite for being the president of the United States and never has been. If the left is truly concerned about taxes then they should worry about all the democrats who are not “paying their fair share”.
Oh, but that goes against their liberal narrative that all republicans are shady people, right?
Well, we know that was just proven false.
So, what do you think about what Eric had to say? Sound off below!
H/T [ Subject Politics ]