Eric Drops UNFILTERED Response On Dad’s ‘Racism,’ Stuns Millions As He Talks Trump & Color

A video of Eric Trump is rocking news headlines after he was asked to comment on President Donald Trump’s “racism.” Now, the clip has gone viral after Eric’s unfiltered response is stunning millions of viewers.

President Donald Trump (left), Eric Trump (right) (Photo Credits: YouTube/Donald Trump Speeches/Mass Tea Party)

Eric Trump is not usually one to speak out of turn or make off-the-cuff remarks without careful thought. Perhaps that’s why a recent comment is getting a lot of attention. During a recent interview with Fox News, Eric was asked to address the elephant in the room and respond to the ridiculous accusations coming from Democrats that suggest his father is a racist.

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Fox and Friends host Brian Kilmeade first opened the conversation about President Trump by saying, “He said some things about race and that people are calling him a racist for the last five or six days.” Then, Kilmeade asked, “I know you don’t agree with that, but is there anything you could bring to this conversation that is important?”

Eric didn’t waste any time and didn’t seem to care about sugar-coating his response. “My father sees one color,” Eric Trump responded. “Green.”

Before leftists could get themselves worked into a tizzy over Trump’s “greed,” Eric elaborated, explaining, “That’s all he cares about, he cares about the economy. He does not see race, he is the least racist person I have ever met in my entire life. It’s total nonsense, and you know what, at the same time they’re saying that, they’ll never report that African-American unemployment is the lowest it has ever been, the lowest it’s ever been in this country.”

Eric Trump didn’t stop there. He had the floor and was going to drive his point home. “They won’t give him any credit for that, and by the way, he campaigned on that. But then, they’ll go out and call him racist,” Eric said, according to ABC News.

Then, he threw his own question back at Brian Kilmeade and the other hosts. “It’s very sad, it’s a race to the bottom, they stoop very very low, and the reason they do this is they don’t have their own message. What is the message on the Democrat side right now?” he asked.

Eric Trump is right, and his question is valid. Democrats only have one message right now, and it is “resist Trump.” That isn’t serving their constituents or winning over anyone who might be on the fence. Eric went on to pose a few more very painful questions for liberals in front of the millions of viewers watching Fox and Friends on Wednesday, January 17, 2018.

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“Who are the front-runners? What do they stand for?” he asked. “They don’t stand for anything, they’re being obstructionists they’ve wasted a tremendous amount of money. They come out no matter what he did, if he was to solve cancer tomorrow they would criticize him for it, I mean, it’s very, very sad.”

The truth is that liberals are terrified that their great hope took a colossal nosedive in the last presidential election. They had all of their eggs in Hillary Clinton’s basket, and now, they are divided and leaderless.

President Donald Trump has done more for our country in a year than former President Barack Obama did in eight. When it’s time for another presidential election, it won’t be a difficult choice. Trump will only have to ask the American people one question to be re-elected, and it was first made famous by former President Ronald Reagan: “Are you better off than you were four years ago?” The only answer to that will be a resounding, “yes,” and the rest will be history.

Eric Trump is a credit to his father, and his answer to the accusations of “racism” against our president was nothing short of epic. Democrats have “stooped” to name-calling and attempts at labeling because they believe it “freezes” their target. This time around, they can’t freeze anyone, especially not Donald Trump.

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Let’s continue to support our President and his efforts to put America first in order to make her great again. Green might be the favorite color of every American soon enough, as we see more of it in our own pockets, thanks to President Donald Trump.

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