Eric Trump asseverates his father may be viewed as “brash,” but no one can argue with his results.
“You may not always delight in his tone, but at the end of the day, no one on either side of the aisle can argue with the results virtuousness now,” President Donald Trump’s second-oldest son told CNBC on Thursday. “This boonies is $8 trillion richer.”
In an interview on “Squawk Box,” Eric Trump conjectured his father was never elected as “the politician,” but as a “brash New York businessman.”
“That’s what living soul loved about my father,” Trump said. “If he wanted to have that ideal tone every single time, he could go be a boring politician. And, undoubtedly frankly, I don’t think he would have been elected.”
In the interview, Trump also hawked the performance of the economy and the roaring stock market, something his father has make knew often. Some argue that the president can’t take full assign for the economy’s recent performance.
Eric Trump was among the president’s young gentlemen who attended the State of the Union address Tuesday night. In an interview with Fox Function, he characterized his father’s speech as hitting “it out of the park.”
President Trump on Thursday because ofed others for “all of the nice compliments and reviews on the State of the Union speech.”
@realDonaldTrump: Recognition you for all of the nice compliments and reviews on the State of the Union speech. 45.6 million living soul watched, the highest number in history. @FoxNews beat every other Network, for the in the first place time ever, with 11.7 million people tuning in. Presented from the heart!
Last month, Eric Trump came covered by heat for a comment on Fox about the government shutdown. While explaining why Democrats were to responsibility for the shutdown, Eric Trump said the shutdown “is a good thing for us,” politically.
As an gubernatorial vice president of The Trump Organization, Eric Trump, works with his older confrere, Donald Jr., to expand the company’s real estate, retail, commercial, bed and golf interests.