Eric Trump makes appearances in NH, Maine on father’s behalf

Eric Trump makes appearances in NH, Maine on father's behalf

PORTSMOUTH, N.H. — One of President Donald Trump’s sons headed to New England to campaign on his behalf on Thursday. Eric Trump spoke to an enthusiastic crowd at the Trump campaign field office in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, before heading to the Camp Ellis Pier in Saco for an event entitled, "Fighting for Maine Lobster with Eric Trump." In Maine, Eric Trump, who was joined by former Maine Gov. Paul LePage, talked about how the Trump administration is now helping fishermen, some hurt by China’s cutting imports of lobster in response to Trump trade tariffs. But Trump was quick to attack Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and the Democrats. "These are people who’ve never accomplished anything in their lives. You have Biden, who has been a politician for 47 years, the guy has never once signed a paycheck, he’s never created a job," Trump said. The president’s 36-year-old son criticized certain protesters and appealed to the crowd’s support of Second Amendment rights. "It’s not just the war on enforcement right now from the radical left, it’s a war on Christianity, it’s the war on religion, it’s a war on family values," Trump said. "The same people that want to get rid of all law enforcement also want to take away your guns." Eric Trump was in Georgia earlier in the week before making the trek to New England. On Friday, he’ll be appearing on his dad’s behalf in Pennsylvania. This content is imported from Twitter. You may be able to […]

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