Eric Trump responded to President Obama’s attack on his father’s populism, declaring that Donald Trump’s message isn’t “populist,” it’s “pro-American.”
During a press conference with his Canadian and Mexican counterparts Wednesday, Obama went on a rant and spurned the Republican presidential candidate as a person “who has never shown any regard for workers, who has never fought on behalf of any social justice issues. They don’t suddenly become a populist because they say something controversial in order to win votes. That’s not the measure of populism. That’s nativism or xenophobia. Or worse. Or it’s just cynicism.”
Thursday afternoon on Fox News’ The Real Story, host Kimberly Guilfoyle asked Eric Trump for his response to the president’s remarks.
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