Eric Trump lost it on Fox News Sunday when he railed that the Trumps were being investigated and subpoenaed all the time.
Eric Trump loses it because he’s been investigated
Eric Trump loses it over a Fox criminal investigation: “The reason I have been frustrated every day since my father ran for president, my father and our entire family and company are being investigated every day.” pic.twitter.com/ADqielp41k
– Sarah Reese Jones (@PoliticusSarah) September 19, 2021
Eric Trump said on Fox News’ Sunday Morning Futures:
That’s the problem, Maria, with the democrats. The problem with the Democrats dig them so deep that they can find yourself. And the reason I’m frustrated every day since my father ran for president, my father, and our whole family and ours Company was under Examination every day. Maria, we get a summons afterwards Subpoena after subpoena, but me mean, they turned the whole thing into weapons System in the country.
They armed the DOJ. They armed our military, they armed the education system in this Country, they armed them Health system in the country. The Democrats armed themselves everything you can use against our political opponents.
If the Trumps don’t want to be investigated, they should stop committing crimes.
Eric Trump’s comments were a classic example of Trump’s projection. His father armed every part of the executive branch to pursue his enemies.
The Democrats are doing nothing against Eric Trump and his family.
Eric Trump and his family are under constant investigation for committing crimes.
There’s a reason the Obamas aren’t being investigated all the time.
They are not trying to commit crimes.
If the Trumps do not want to be investigated, they should stop exhibiting investigative behavior.
The pressure is clearly on Eric Trump as he is the focus of numerous investigations against the Trump organization.
The fear was evident in Eric Trump’s voice. Everything is about to collapse and Eric Trump doesn’t want to go to jail.
Mr. Easley is the managing editor. He is also the White House press pool and congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a bachelor’s degree in political science. His thesis focused on public policy with a specialization in social reform movements.
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