Eric Trump Says The ONLY Thing His Father Cares About Is Money

Carla Harmon
January 21, 2018

The White House has not substantively disputed accounts of the episode, in which Trump is said to have used the term "s***hole" to describe African countries of origin for potential immigrants to the U.S. The revelations, semi-denials and continuing comments have cast a pall over the White House's legislative agenda, brought the country closer to the brink of a government shutdown and sparked worldwide outrage.

It was February, 16, 2017, less than a month into the presidency of Donald Trump.

He talked about the F-35 jet and why it was a waste of money and how he would be negotiating other government contracts to save the United States "billions and billions of dollars".

He said this at roughly 10:45am local time, just over an hour before. I know you don't agree with that, but is there anything you could bring to this conversation you think is important.

I think Eric Trump actually hit it on the head.

It's even more surreal and odd up close. She called out Graham for his tough talk without conceding that he was just repeating what the president had said.

Had he remained silent or simply admonished the President on the spot, there would be no issue. Nielsen did not hear him pop off about how great it would be if lily-white Norway would send us more of its hardworking people (they work a four-day week, by the way) instead of the afore-described African countries and Haiti. He turned a fleeting thought in his brain into reality or, more appropriately, reality TV.

One of the reasons the 71-year-old's supporters still back him, is that he is "doing what he put out to do" and they believe it is working.

It was a hastily-organised (White House employees were scrambling to bring chairs into the East Room as we entered), but highly-entertaining, 78-minute showdown between himself and, as he so often says, "the fake news media". "The Democrats are the ones that aren't going to make a deal", he reiterated on Sunday.

"Africans, through both slavery and choices made, sacrificed a lot to help build America to its current status as a world super-power and it is therefore, only an ignorant leader like President Trump who can either not know or choose to deliberately ignore such". And, it hasn't stopped. He's telling us, Daddy only cares about money.

I'd like to repeat that, the world's top diplomat gave an entire press conference to answer questions on whether or not he used the word, "moron" in reference to Trump.

Senator Lindsey Graham said Trump was on board early last week with a tentative "compassionate" deal between Democrats and Republicans to guarantee the status of almost 700,000 "Dreamers" - people who came to the United States illegally as children and are now threatened with expulsion. He was obviously being micromanaged by someone higher up and, for the record, I still don't know whether it was on background or not.

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