Donald Trump’s son Eric Trump did not fall far from the hypocritical tree. The president claimed that he had turned his business conglomerate over to his two sons when he took office. His eldest son, Donald Trump Jr. shows up in the news with some frequency, but the president’s middle son does not. Still, an article in the media got Eric Trump’s outrage going.
An NBC report indicated that approximately 12 employees at the Trump’s golf clubs had been fired for using the fake documents that they had been using all along. One of them had been working for the Trump family for 14 years at National Golf Club in Westchester County, New York. One had a key to the president’s residence on the property.
Eric Trump’s tweets demanded that Congress repair American immigration laws:
‘(1/2) To think that a dam broke in Brazil (with 37 fatalities & many missing), Venezuela is in shambles, and so much more, yet
@NBCNews leads with another anti-Trump story (that among 10,000+ hospitality employees, a few admitted to giving fake IDs to gain unlawful employment).’
Then, the middle son angrily cried out for Congress to not vacation in Hawaii but “do your damn job!” Of course, Congress is back. For the son of a billionaire, this was the definition of “truly heartbreaking:”
‘(2/2) just shows how pathetic the
#MSM has gotten. I must say, for me personally, this whole thing is truly heartbreaking. It demonstrates our immigration system is severely broken and needs to be fixed immediately. Congress, stop going to Hawaii on vacation and do your damn job!’
NBC correspondent Kate Snow responded to Eric, tweeting the employees wished they could have come “out of the shadows:”
‘One thing your former employees also said to us
@NBCNews is that they wish they could come “out of the shadows”. @NBCNightlyNews @TODAYshow’
Then, the president’s tallest son agreed with Snow, but blamed “lawmakers” for the “broken (and very sad) system:
‘Absolutely Kate – this why we need our incompetent “lawmakers” to fix this broken (and very sad) system.
The report came out in the middle of Trump’s government shutdown when he attempted to get $5.6 billion to fund his southern border wall with Mexico. Interesting that the president was employing people from Mexico and Guatemala while he was trying convince Americans these people were dangerous rapists carrying duct-tapped women across the border.
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