Eric Trump Makes Shocking Promise To Republicans

Gage Skidmore from Surprise, AZ, United States of America, CC BY-SA 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

( – Eric Trump expressed on “Fox & Friends” his belief that his father, former President Trump, will be victorious in the upcoming November elections due to growing dissatisfaction with the Biden administration. He criticized the legal constraints, specifically the gag order, that restrict his father from discussing his legal issues publicly.

Eric pointed out the perceived continuous efforts to silence his father, referencing the social media bans from platforms like Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, and the legal system’s gag orders. He argued that these actions seem to undermine the First Amendment rights, especially when it comes to Donald Trump, suggesting a disparity in the application of free speech rights. Eric emphasized his father’s determination to challenge these restrictions, potentially escalating them to the Supreme Court, confident in his ability to prevail in both the legal and electoral arenas.

He highlighted a strong belief in his father’s impending victory, attributing it to what he perceives as a national discontent with the current administration and a longing for his father’s previous leadership. Eric dismissed the mainstream media’s narratives, asserting that the American populace is disillusioned with the country’s direction under the Biden administration.

Supporting his stance, Eric cited a recent Wall Street Journal poll showing Trump leading over Biden in six out of seven key battleground states, including Pennsylvania, Michigan, Arizona, Georgia, Nevada, and North Carolina, with a particularly notable lead in North Carolina. The survey also illustrated Trump’s competitive edge in a direct matchup with Biden and highlighted Biden’s unfavorable job performance ratings across these states, contrasted with the more positive reception of Trump’s presidency in all but Nevada.

As both Donald Trump and Joe Biden are anticipated to be their parties’ nominees, the upcoming election is set to be a rerun of the 2020 contest.

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