'To me, they're not even people': Eric Trump goes off the rails in rant targeting Democrats

Screen Shot 2017 06 06 at 8.43.29 PMTwitter/FoxNewsEric Trump.

Eric Trump, son of President Donald Trump, appeared on “The Sean Hannity Show” Tuesday night to deliver a scathing assessment of the Democratic Party.

“I’ve never seen hatred like this. To me, they’re not even people. It’s so, so sad, I mean, morality is just gone,” Trump said.

“You see the Democratic Party: they’re imploding,” Trump argued. “They have no message.”

Trump emphasised what he believed to be the origins of the Democratic Party’s ire: “They lost the election that they should have won because they spent seven times the amount of money that my father spent,” said Trump. “They try and obstruct a great man.”

Trump took another at what he described as the nation’s moral compass: “The lack of morals in society is awful,” said Trump. “I blame most of these politicians and I blame the media because it’s out of control. And honestly, it’s because the Democratic Party is sinking.”

Trump said of his father’s dissenters: “They would rather see him fail than have America succeed. That’s the ugliness of Washington D.C.”

Watch a clip of his interview below:

.@EricTrump: “You see the Democratic Party, they are imploding…they have no message.” #Hannity pic.twitter.com/RmUPvFI1tM
— Fox News (@FoxNews) June 7, 2017

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