Eric Trump: Dad tunes out the criticism so he doesn’t kill himself (Audio)

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According to Eric Trump, Donald takes criticism with “a grain of salt” or else it would lead to depression and he’ll end up committing suicide.

On Tuesday, during a radio interview on The Joe Pags Show, Joe Pags begins the show by asking Eric about the baby he and his wife are expecting. Then they continue to talk about Hurricane Harvey and how Trump is “very reactive” to the needs of the governor and senators of Texas. Pags then criticizes the media for “trying to figure out what Trump has done wrong.”

Eric responds by saying “politics is the nastiest business I’ve ever seen.”

Eric continued, “I mean, just the evilness and the hatred in that world is unlike anything I could have fathomed before. And no matter what he does, they’re going to hit him on it and they’re going to go after him, and it’s the swamp and it’s a corrupt system.”

“It’s the media, the mainstream media, who does not want him to succeed. It’s government who does not want him to succeed. People who are very comfortable in their white marble offices in Washington, DC who he compromises and he threatens in some way, shape or form.”

“They’ve never had to deal with somebody who’s an outsider who won’t put up with nonsense, and this is the result no matter what he does, he’s going to get hit, and listen, I think you have to tune it out. You obviously have to be tuned into it because you have to know what’s being said, but at the same time you have to take it all with a grain of salt, and you know, if they weren’t talking about you, you wouldn’t be doing something right and it’s important to keep it in context, otherwise quite frankly you’d probably end up killing yourself out of depression,” Eric stated.

Also, Eric Trump believes that his father is doing a great job and that he has “kept every single promise that he’s made.” He went on to say that we now have a “better country” because of his father.

He also describes his father as being “incredibly kind and warm and loving.”

During this interview, Eric asserted that his father is not racist because he employs minorities.

He insisted, “There is no racist bone in my father’s body. He is the greatest guy in the world.”

You can listen to the whole interview below:


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