Eric Trump calls on GOP to fight against voter fraud


Eric Trump, son of President Donald Trump, listens to Rudy Giuliani, a lawyer for President Trump, speak during a news conference on legal challenges to vote counting in Pennsylvania, Wednesday, Nov. 4, 2020, in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)

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UPDATED 10:20 AM PT – Friday, November 6, 2020

The President’s son, Eric Trump, has asked where the Republican Party is while the validity of the voting process is called into question. In a tweet sent out Thursday, he noted GOP voters are not going to forget how some Republicans are diverging from the President.

Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) claimed “there’s no basis for the President’s argument” and said “all the votes must be counted,” which is a dissent from the Trump administration’s stance.

Florida Sen. Marco Rubio (R) also went against the President by stating, “taking days to count legal ballots is not fraud.”

Without the GOP addressing possible widespread voter fraud, President Trump said Joe Biden will steal the presidency.

Donald Trump Jr., gestures during a news conference at Georgia Republican Party headquarters Thursday, Nov. 5, 2020 in Atlanta. (AP Photo/John Bazemore)

Meanwhile, Donald Trump Jr. slammed Democrats for undermining the integrity of the election process by saying they are trying to steal the election. While gathering with supporters in Georgia on Thursday, the President’s eldest son said his father would “fight to the death” for the presidency.

Trump Jr. then accused Democrat election officials of rigging the presidential election in their favor. He then urged for full transparency in the ballot counting process and said Americans have the right to know.

“Americans need to know that this is not a Banana Republic and right now, very few people have faith that that’s not the case…that should scare all of us,” he stated. “…If this was going on in another country, if this was going on in a third world country, they would be screaming to the high heavens.”

Currently, the Trump campaign has filed a lawsuit against the state of Georgia demanding for officials to follow state law when it comes to absentee ballots.

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