Eric Trump: I Am Not Gay, But My Father “Literally Saved Christianity”
President Donald Trump’s son Eric Trump, who recently had to clarify that he is not gay, said during a radio interview that his father “literally saved Christianity” while discussing the president’s accomplishments.
- CNN K-File reporter Andrew Kaczynski shared the audio of Eric Trump speaking on North Dakota radio last week in a tweet.
- The younger Trump listed “literally saving Christianity” among his father’s accomplishments but failed to cite a single example of how he had done so.
- Eric Trump did say that “there’s a full out war on faith in this country by” Democrats, adding that the “Democratic Party, the far-left, has become the party of quote-unquote atheists.”
- He insisted that Democrats “want to attack Christianity” and “close churches.”