nearvideo Eric Trump to 2020: We will win the thing again
Eric Trump criticized social media platforms, told CNN that violate the United States and accused the New York Times of the “presidential harassment”, while in an interview with “Fox & Friends” on Wednesday.
“It’s just a way. If you protected on the left side of you’re totally. If you are on the right side, you can try to kill you,” Trump said on social media platforms such as Twitter and Facebook.
Trump echoed the sentiments of his father, the President, and brother Donald Trump Jr, the already loudly about bias among the social media platforms.
“Facebook, Google and Twitter, not to mention the Corrupt media, the sooo on the side of the Radical Left Democrats,” President Trump tweeted on Tuesday.
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When asked how he would said to correct the situation with social media, Eric Trump, he wants the nation’s highest court, take a crack at you.
“I would like to see this go to the Supreme court, to tell the truth,” Trump said. “They hide under the veil of” we are a private company.'”
“You’re not a private company, if they have a monopoly. Facebook has 1.7, and 1.8 billion users around the world… are you in addition, a private company. You’re a monopoly.”
The topic then moved to the former ABC news anchor Ted Koppel, the comments to that news-have chosen organizations such as The Washington Post and the New York Times, as organizations, the President of Trump is “bad for the United States.”
Eric Trump said the “hatred” to the father comes through the media and their reporting, highlighting CNN and claimed to violate the network America with your international shipments.
“When you see some of these anchors on CNN, and it will be broadcast to the whole world and every single night, you are to undermine,” Trump said. “It’s actually our country hurts. It is one thing that no one talks about it, but it hurts us as a nation.”
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Co-host Brian Kilmeade then Trump asked about a New York Times article, exploring the relationship between the Trump organization and the Deutsche Bank, which is likely to prompt questions from the Congress.
“Every day we get harassed as a company, because it is their way to my father. And that’s all it is. You see this 81 subpoenas, what are you trying to do? It is presidential harassment, “right”,” Trump said, referencing the House Judiciary Committee chairman Jerry Nadler investigation.
“You don’t want the guy to do his job, you have no leadership, they have no message.”
Trump added, “you are going to lose again. I’m telling you now, we win the thing again, my father will win this again. They are desperate, they have no message, and he is doing a great job for this country.”