AOC, Tlaib, Omar, and Pressley are putting on a total circus act.
President Trump’s son Eric Trump appeared on “Fox & Friends” to tackle his father’s continuing public feud with the far-left Democratic freshman congresswomen’s “Squad “— Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (NY), Ilhan Omar (MN), Rashida Tlaib (MI), and Ayanna Pressley (MA).
The contentious declaration by his father urging left-wing Democratic critics of the nation to “go back” to where they originated from, Eric said, captures a lot of Americans ‘ feelings about those who constantly break the nation down. Ultimately, he asserted, his father’s rebuke for attacking The Squad is about getting “no signal” from the Democratic Party and dismissing patriotism at every turn.
Earlier this week, in a process that settled its own disputes, the Democrat-controlled House voted 240-187 to formally condemn Trump’s remarks aimed at the so-called “Squad,” despite Democrats admitting that Trump’s rebuke from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi for his “racist remarks” violated House rules prohibiting the president’s accusation of racism or other personal insults.
But as the comments of his son make clear, the official rebuke of the Democrats clearly did not slow the full-scale campaign of Team Trump.
“I describe ‘The Squad’ as an absolute clownshow,” Eric explained. “Listen, back up two weeks: You had Kamala Harris call Biden a racist. Then all of a sudden you had ‘The Squad’ call Pelosi a racist. Then all of a sudden they ask my father, ‘Is Pelosi a racist?’ No, of course, she’s not racist. It’s just a term they like to use. Two nights later [Pelosi’s] calling my father [a racist]. This is what’s happening to the [Democratic Party], and it’s totally feeding into our hand. And I hope they keep on doing it because they’re not getting anything done. They throw out a word if anyone thinks differently than them, if anyone looks different than them, if anyone acts different, if anyone has different beliefs or thoughts…”
“They have no message,” he emphasized, arguing that all the name-calling is “not going to work” in the face of the booming economy. The group of radical Democrats, he continued , is “the most hate-filled group,” cheering on those storming ICE offices and tearing down American flags and “saying anti-Semitic things every day.”
Eric Trump was asked specifically about his father’s tweets, which even some Republicans have criticized, Eric exclaimed he “loved” his point: “‘If you don’t love our country, get out, leave,'” he paraphrased his father. “We have it so great in America. … We are blessed to live in this country. And if you’re not happy about it, I like his message: Leave.”