Eric Trump told Biden: He blames the president for the wildfire, while the ‘Democrats haven’t done a damn thing about BLM’ burning churches.

Trump Presidential Executive Vice President Eric Trump on Monday slammed Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, calling him a hypocrite for attacking President Trump over widespread California wildfires, while largely fomenting left-wing cities Planting and ignoring suburbs across America. .

Eric Trump told “Hainty” that even Gov. Gavin Newsom, a California Democrat, condemned Biden in the case after the White House’s quick and sustained continuance and federal response to blazes suffering from its states and forests. Continued

“Biden is talking about burning states and burning suburbs. But there are burning suburbs. You have Portland burning and Seattle burning and Minneapolis burning and Chicago burning,” he said. said.

“Democrats haven’t done a damn thing about it … and they are defaming the police and going after the police and not condemning the violence – they burn the church: BLM and other antifa groups Burn churches in Washington, DC [but] You didn’t see kamla harris [or] Joe Biden appeared against him. ”

Trump said Biden and Harris are more critical of law enforcement than leftist protesters and rioters who harm property and people in the nation’s communities.

He said, “They came out against the police and they said that they want to defy law enforcement. They are the people who are responsible for burning the suburbs. It is a total and sheer joke to include this in the climate change thing.” ”

“At least with Gavin Newsome – I give a lot of credit to Gavin – he said that you did an amazing job for California, Mr. Trump.”

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Trump said Biden said something Monday, when he asked a colleague that he would travel further from his home base in New Castle County, Del.

“The fact that he didn’t know where he was the next day is just baffling. I’ll be in Georgia tomorrow … and my father left Nevada and California. This man didn’t leave before Mississippi. [River] In the last 30 days, ”he said.