Filmmaker: Eric Trump Felt Pro-Trump Violence Was ‘Fair Game’

6/28/2022 7:34:00 AM

Eric Trump saw post-election violence as “the right thing to do” because his father’s supposed victory had been stolen, Alex Holder has said.

Eric Trump, Capitol Hill

'He felt that it was… fair game in that it… was sort of the equivalent on the other side of the political discourse,” filmmaker Alex Holder said about Eric Trump , “or he felt that it was the right thing to do… because the election was stolen.”

Eric Trump saw post-election violence as “the right thing to do” because his father’s supposed victory had been stolen, Alex Holder has said.

Noam Galai/GettyDonald Trump’s middle son was blithe about the potential violence that threatened to erupt across the U.S. in the wake of his father losing the 2020 presidential election, according to a British documentarian. Alex Holder, the filmmaker whose substantial access to the Trump family

to the select House panel investigating the Capitol riot, said in an interview withThe Independentpublished Monday that Eric Trump felt that violence would be justified. “When I asked Eric about the potential danger of sort of rhetoric and the sort of the belligerence, he felt that it was… fair game in that it… was sort of the equivalent on the other side of the political discourse,” Holder said, “or he felt that it was the right thing to do… because the election was stolen.” The documentarian’s forthcoming series on the Trumps,

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It is fair game. Remember when two people stole OJ's memorabilia from him? What he did do? He went and get it himself and I would have done the same. I agree with Eric Trump. He didn't get in there and get his own hands dirty, though.

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6:21PM ET Noam Galai/Getty Donald Trump’s middle son was blithe about the potential violence that threatened to erupt across the U.Photo: Timothy A.“We can no longer ignore quality-of-life issues,” Adams said.taking office — telling The Post he was “shocked” to learn just “how bad this place is.

S. in the wake of his father losing the 2020 presidential election, according to a British documentarian. When a police officer sees an encampment on the subway, the New York Post reports, they are supposed to record the location in the document. Alex Holder, the filmmaker whose substantial access to the Trump family to the select House panel investigating the Capitol riot, said in an interview with The Independent published Monday that Eric Trump felt that violence would be justified. Here’s what The Post saw late Monday and early Tuesday: EVEN THE MAYOR HAS TO SWIPE 9:20 p. “When I asked Eric about the potential danger of sort of rhetoric and the sort of the belligerence, he felt that it was… fair game in that it… was sort of the equivalent on the other side of the political discourse,” Holder said, “or he felt that it was the right thing to do… because the election was stolen. “I go on my phone, look at the document — this encampment is not on here,” Adams told the Post.” The documentarian’s forthcoming series on the Trumps, Unprecedented, is slated to premiere on Discovery+ this summer. I spent a lot of time in the office,” he said.

Footage from the three-part project has been turned over to the Jan. Adams says that after talking to a precinct commander, his document is now being used. A top adviser, Tiffany Raspberry, swipes a MetroCard so her boss can pass through a turnstile, after which three people approach and ask to take photos with Adams, with one man overheard telling the mayor about his wife’s disability. 6 committee. .” That mission so far: routine sweeps that destroy unhoused people’s belongings while helping very few of them to find lasting shelter.