Critics of Donald Trump are not even people, claims son

Critics of Donald Trump are not even people, claims son

Critics of Donald Trump are not even people, claims son

Spokespersons for the Trump campaign claimed for four months he had donated money, but he had not until various media outlets searched IRS reports and contacted charities who would benefit from the donation. To date, Eric Trump has raised more than $11 million - including $2.9 million previous year - for the hospital's research, most of it through the golf tournaments, according to Forbes.

Eric Trump on Tuesday night said Democrats supporting the investigation into Russian Federation and his father's campaign "are not even people". "Morality is just gone". We do tremendous good for people. And it's so sad. On Tuesday, a senior administration source provided her the 27-word sentence that was included in Trump's final draft of the speech green-lighted by the Pentagon two days earlier, but which Trump omitted: "We face many threats, but I stand here before you with a clear message: the USA commitment to the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation alliance and to Article 5 is unwavering". "They're imploding", he said.

And he said this: "You see the head of the DNC, who is a total whack job. There's no leadership there", he complained. "You know, they're trying to make money". According to Eric Trump, while he was speaking at one of these fundraisers for St. Jude's, he told the people in the crowd that, "What's great about using these Trump properties that we own is that we don't have to charge you for it".

Trump says his foundation has only spent 12.3 per cent of its income on expenses overall, a remarkably low number compared to similar organizations. And thousands of hours of coverage.

Perez took to Twitter the following day to respond to Eric's criticism, implying the president is treating women and minorities as if they are not people.

Ian Gillule, who worked at a Trump gold course in NY, recalls that the now-president became upset when he heard that the charities weren't getting charged for using Trump venues. "He said, 'I don't care if it's my son or not - everybody gets billed.'" The costs continued to go up, from $142,000 in 2011, to the maximum of $322,000 in 2015.

Despite this, Eric Trump still claims that all the money raised for the tournament goes directly to St. Jude Children's. And I get attacked for it. Barron gets attacked.

Eric Trump reportedly told Forbes for its article that almost all the money contributed to the foundation goes toward St. Jude because his charity has been able to use the Trump family's golf course in Westchester County, New York, for free.

"And honestly", he added, "I blame most of these politicians, and I blame the media. I mean the way they act are out of control".

The statement continues, "Contrary to recent reports, at no time did the Trump Organization profit in any way from the foundation or any of its activities".

"Golf charity experts say the listed expenses defy any reasonable cost justification for a one-day golf tournament", Forbes said. Eric, Don Jr. and Ivanka Trump have played major roles within the Trump campaign as well as the current White House, whether it's behind the scenes or in the public's view.

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