Eric Trump Breaks Down, Says He Thinks That Democrats ‘Aren’t Even People’

Well this may explain a lot.

Appearing this week on Sean Hannity’s show, Eric Trump quipped that the Democrats and others who oppose his father’s presidential administration “aren’t even people.”

CNN’s Chris Cuomo cited the quip as “proof” of why family isn’t normally drawn into presidential matters, although the Trump Administration has bucked that and long given what’s effectively nepotism the green light.

In instances like this, when various members of President Trump’s inner circle come forward with wild accusations about how Trump is being treated worse than any other president ever, it would do well to ask them if they remember, say, the years of ridiculousness that Trump himself put Obama through while senselessly questioning whether or not the guy was born in the United States.

Perhaps the Trumps, who always seem to be suffering from severe memory loss, have forgotten their faux moral outrage when then-Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton quipped that Trump supporters are “deplorables.”

Perhaps, in addition to all of that, they’ve also forgotten the fact that presidents have literally been shot while in office before, and that’s a fate no doubt worse in the real world than facing bad press coverage and negative public opinion.

With no regard to any of this, Eric Trump sounded off to Sean Hannity as follows:

‘I’ve never seen hatred like this, and to me they’re not even people. It’s so, so sad, I mean morality is just gone, morals have flown out the window we deserve so much better than this as a country. You know it’s so sad… They have no message so what do they try and do? They try and obstruct a great man, they try and obstruct his family, they come after us viciously, and its truly, truly horrible.’

Read more at CNN.

Featured Image via Screenshot from CNN Video.

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