Eric TrumpEric Frederick TrumpThe Hill's Morning Report — Arrest of Giuliani associates triggers many questions Trump bashes Biden at Minnesota rally, asks 'Where's Hunter?' 'Off-script' Trump rails against impeachment, Democrats at feisty rally MORE on Monday offered support for raising the federal age limit for purchasing assault weapons to 21.

"I'm a big Second Amendment person. I don't think it's a big deal if you raise the age to 21," he said during an interview on "Fox & Friends."

The president's son also said he thinks everybody would welcome more comprehensive background checks.


"At least personally, I don't want to see a whack job get any kind of dangerous object of any kind," he said. "I don't want them buying a chainsaw. I don't want them buying a hammer. I probably don't want them buying a car because they can be just as deadly. I surely don't want them buying an assault rifle."

Support for raising the age limit for purchasing an assault weapon among Republicans has been growing since the mass shooting at a Florida high school earlier this month. It's one of several changes to law that President TrumpDonald John TrumpGOP congressman slams Trump over report that U.S. bombed former anti-ISIS coalition headquarters US to restore 'targeted assistance' to Central American countries after migration deal Trump says lawmakers should censure Schiff MORE is now advocating. 

Raising the age limit is opposed, however, by the National Rifle Association, which argues people aged 18 to 20 should not have their constitutional right to buy a guy infringed upon.