Eric Trump says the ‘extreme left is trying to DESTROY the US’ and slams ‘radical Democrats for hating America’

ERIC Trump during a speech on the second night of the Republican National Convention slammed "radical Democrats" for trying to "destroy" US history and the American dream.

The president's son took an ominous tone during his RNC endorsement, warning that the extreme Left would "disrespect" and "destroy" the freedoms that the American people hold dear if Donald Trump does not win the 2020 election.

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He also warned that a Joe Biden presidency would be a "giant relief for the terrorists," and that the Democratic nominee is "a total pushover for Communist China."

Many of the speeches given so far during this week's RNC have focused on Trump's image as a law-and-order president, in contrast to Democrats who want to "destroy" order, and the president's son stuck to that theme.

"In view of the radical Democrats, America is the source of the world's problems," Trump said.

"As a result, they believe the only path forward is to erase history and forget the past. They want to destroy the monuments of our forefathers"


"They want to disrespect our flag – burn the stars and stripes that represent patriotism and the American dream."

Trump continued down a list of other aspects of American culture he believes the Democrats want to destroy, including the National Anthem, the Pledge of Allegiance, law enforcement and the freedom of speech.

"President Reagan said, 'Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction … It must be fought for and protected,' This is the fight that we are in right now – and it is a fight that only my father can win."

Tuesday's RNC events also featured speeches from the president's wife Melania Trump, one of his daughters Tiffany Trump and his Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.

What have the Trumps said at the RNC so far?

Multiple members of the Trump family have already spoken at the RNC

Donald Trump Jr, the president's eldest son, slammed Joe Biden as the "loch ness monster of the swamp" referring to his lifelong political career

The president's wife, Melania Trump, took a more somber tone, expressing sympathy for the victims of the current coronavirus pandemic during her speech

Tiffany Trump took several shots at the media, claiming mainstream media disregards the truth at times

Eric Trump took shots at "radical Democrats" during his speech, claiming they want to destroy the US

The president's eldest daughter Ivanka Trump is set to introduce him Thursday before he gives his nomination acceptance speech

Tiffany Trump also brought the threat to free speech into her remarks.

"If what you share does not fit into the narrative they seek to promote, then it is either ignored or deemed a 'lie,' regardless of the truth," she said, referring to the media.

Pompeo's speech, which touted Trump's "American first" policies with it comes to dealing with foreign governments, raised some eyebrows as it was given while he was on official State Department business in Israel.

His decision to speak at the convention is currently being investigated by the House Foreign Affairs Committee subpanel on oversight, according to CNBC, due to the possibility that it violated State Department ethical codes.

A video was also shone during the second night of the convention that showed Trump pardoning Jon Ponder, an ex-convict who founded Hope for Prisoners, a nonprofit that works to help prisoners transition back into society after serving time.

Slated to speak on the third night of the RNC are Vice President Mike Pence, Counsel to the president Kellyanne Conway (who just announced she would be leaving the White House at the end of the month), White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany and several others.

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