Eric Trump: Clinton ‘lies to the public day in and day out’

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“She lies to the public day in and day out,” Eric Trump said on Fox News’s “Fox & Friends.”

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“It’s kind of ironic given her email scandal,” he said, referencing Clinton’s criticism of his father’s character. "[Look at] Benghazi and the mess that is there.

“My father is speaking to real issues that this country has and doesn’t sugarcoat it. He’s willing to say whatever’s on his mind [and] people like the message.”

Eric Trump argued that Clinton has not yet experienced Donald Trump’s attacks at full strength.

“Quite frankly, he hasn’t started on her,” he said. “I think that when he does and they’re next to one another on that debate stage, everything will come out and he will beat Hillary. Make no mistake – he will beat Hillary.”

Eric Trump additionally charged that Clinton’s ties with President Obama and wealthy special interests make her unfit for the Oval Office.

“Look at what the last eight years has gotten us,” he said of the Obama administration. "Hillary’s been in that camp for a long time.

“We have $19 trillion in debt [and] our education system is in total shambles, our military is in total shambles,” Eric Trump continued.

“[My father is] not needing all the support she has from Wall Street and everybody else. He’s self-funding his own campaign.”

Eric Trump added that right-wing critics are wrong for doubting Donald Trump’s conservative beliefs.

“I think he’s a great Constitutionalist,” said Eric Trump, executive vice president of the Trump Organization.

“I think he wants to defend the Constitution. Who else is coming out and saying, ‘stop passing executive orders every three seconds because you can’t get things passed through the House and the Senate?’”