Eric Trump Whines Dad Is Victim Of ‘Cancel Culture.’ Twitter Users Vehemently Disagree.
People on Twitter can't believe the gall from Eric Trump's recent defense of his father, President Donald Trump.
In an interview with the Associated Press published Tuesday, the president's second oldest son claimed the backlash his father received from companies after instigating the riot last week in the U.S. Capitol was simple attributed to "breaking off the culture".
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Deutsche Bank has reportedly severed ties with Trump and the Trump Organization, of which Eric Trump is Executive Vice President, and the PGA has moved the 2022 championship tournament from the President's Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey.
"We live in the age of abandonment culture, but that didn't start this week. It's something they have been doing to us and others for years," said Eric Trump, trying to explain the critical reaction to his father's outrageous behavior, for which the president believed expected to be charged with a single article inciting House rioting against Democrats Wednesday.
"If you disagree with them, if they don't like you, they'll try to call you off," added Eric Trump, who himself urged his father's supporters to “show up” at a rally in “fight” and “go to the Capitol march "Washington before the uprising.
Elsewhere in the interview, Eric Trump suggested that his father would be "persecuted by a hundred million Americans to the ends of the world" because he "created the greatest political movement in American history and its possibilities are endless".
At the end of the interview, however, the line was cut after Eric Trump was asked if his father had poked the crowd.
Many of Eric Trump's comments in the interview drew Twitter users, but it was the "abandon culture" claim that aroused particular anger:
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