Democrats do not have the message needed to win the November midterm elections, and people are tired of the "nonsense" negative messages about President Donald Trump, his son Eric said Wednesday.
"People are tired of this nonsense," Trump told Fox News' "Fox & Friends," while commenting on a video showing Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., saying to "impeach, impeach, impeach" the president.
"Joe Scarborough said the president was worse than 9/11 where 3,000 Americans died – her [Waters] saying impeach, impeach, impeach – what is their message?" Eric Trump asked.
"They don't have an economy the best it has been, unemployment the lowest it has been, GDP growing the fastest, manufacturing coming back to this country, the stock market at an all-time high, 401(k) at all-time highs, and this is their message they are taking?
"That is not going to win. The anti-law enforcement, high taxes, and elimination of plastic straws is not a message that will win in November."
He also referred to the unnamed writer of The New York Times column slamming his father's administration and others who speak out as "cowards."
"They are holdover people," he said, adding "people know better" than to believe a senior official wrote the article.
"Look at every quantifiable measure of our economy and our country, we are doing so unbelievably well," Eric Trump said. "He has accomplished more in the first 24 months than any president in history."
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