Eric Trump Has a New Name for the Republican Party

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Eric Trump Has a New Name for the Republican Party

Eric Trump, son of former President Donald Trump, has said that the GOP has been changed and that it is “no longer a Republican Party.”

During an appearance at Newsmax, Eric Trump said that his father had reshaped the party, making it the “Trump Party,” rather than the “Republican party”. The clip from the appearance has been shared by Ron Filipkowski, a left-leaning former federal prosecutor, on Twitter. Since then, more than 100,000 views have been accumulated.

This is not the first time that Eric Trump has made such comments. He has similarly expressed these views when talking about the future of the party. In an appearance in Newsmax in August he also said something similar after Representative Liz Cheney was defeated in the primary by Harriet Hageman, the Trump-endorsed candidate.

During his appearance in August, the former president’s son also went into greater detail on his claim about the GOP, and said that his father’s endorsements have “brought in a whole new party.” Trump’s endorsements this year have led to primary wins 92 percent of the time, according to Ballotpedia.

In his recent comments, Eric Trump also discussed how his father had brought forth RINOs, Republicans in name only, and how this had become its division within the party. He also said that Donald Trump had redefined the party with his influence, which is still clear from the success of his endorsements.

He also added regarding the House select committee investigating the Capitol riot that “not a single person cares about” them.

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