Eric Trump Says His Dad Would ‘Destroy’ Joe Biden in a Debate

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On Fox & Friends Monday, President Donald Trump’s son Eric Trump said his Dad would “destroy” Joe Biden in a presidential debate.

Fox News host Steve Doocy said, “You know who did not help Joe Biden? Nancy Pelosi and the people in the House and the Senate regarding impeachment because as they pushed the Trump narrative regarding impeachment, ultimately, every time they would bring that up, then Hunter Biden, Burisma, all that stuff, came up to essentially ding Joe Biden.”

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Eric Trump Slams Democrats

Eric Trump chimed in, “At the same time, Nancy Pelosi was keeping — the Democrat Party — was keeping all the senators in Washington, D.C., trying to give Biden a leg up in Iowa and other states, right?”

“They were all working on the nonsense impeachment sham,” the younger Trump continued. “They tried to hurt Bernie the entire time. They have tried to hurt him the entire time. It’s going to be interesting.”

The Younger Trump Blasts Bernie

Eric Trump then buried Bernie Sanders chances against his father.

“Would you rather run against Bernie?” the President’s son continued. “A socialist, a whackjob, who wants 85 percent taxes, right? I mean, the guy took his honeymoon in the USSR. [He said] Venezuela should be the model society for America to run on.”

Then he set his sights on Biden.

‘My father would destroy that guy on the debate stage’

“Or would you rather run against the guy who you showed two seconds ago, who said his son was the attorney general of the United States, who said he was running for Senate?” Trump said.

“My father would destroy that guy on the debate stage,” Eric Trump declared.

And isn’t he right?

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Nominating Joe Biden Might Be the Worst Mistake Dems Ever Made

The forever gaffe-prone Biden has committed more flubs in the 2020 Democratic primaries than likely at any other time in his career. He will be easy for an always sharp Donald Trump to walk all over in the general election. Even Bernie Sanders keeps his wits about him better than Biden.

As the Democratic establishment moves to solidify party centrists around the former Vice President, history may prove that nominating Joe Biden was the worst mistake the party ever made.

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