Sunday Talks: Eric Trump Discusses POTUS Year One w/ Maria Bartiromo…

Eric Trump appears on Sunday Morning Futures with Maria Bartiromo to review the first year of President Trump’s administration and discuss current events:

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24 Responses to Sunday Talks: Eric Trump Discusses POTUS Year One w/ Maria Bartiromo…

  1. Johnny Bravo says:

    It appears to me that, honesty and truth is making a comeback and is coming back into vogue…

    John 8:32
    And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.

    Liked by 14 people

  2. The Boss says:

    Looking forward to the year two recap following the mid-terms.

    Liked by 3 people

  3. smartyjones1 says:

    Maria B. seems to enjoy having the truth out. It’s good to see the debunking on the entire political operation on the Russian Dossier and the setup involving US intel resources against the President-elect and thereafter.

    That Russian lawyer was in on it, the DoJ was in on it; Clapper, Brennan and a whole host of others with the use of unmasking as a tool for the subversion of an American President.

    Time for them to pay for their never-ending treachery and treason. #TheStormIsUponUS #Alice&Wonderland #PrayersOfThansgiving #MAGA

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  4. FL_GUY says:

    Whenever I see President Trump’s children, I can only be impressed that not only is he a successful businessman, he is also a successful father. His children reflect the goodness that is President Trump. I remember during the campaign when one of his sons was in AZ, he came across a car that was broken down, blocking the road. He stopped and helped push it over to the side of the road. Can you imagine any other Billionaire children doing such a thing? I can’t.

    We the People are blessed with President Trump as OUR President. We the People will help President Trump overcome the evil that has degraded the USA and the world. God Bless President Trump and the USA!

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  5. Carrie2 says:

    Found it interesting that those with incomes of 1 million pay $12K right off the bat, but any dollar past that 1 million means they will be socked 46+ taxation which means the rich are paying as usual the most while the majority of citizens are paying so much less but the money is needed to run the country. Don’t see this breakdown in the Senate nor in the media. Somehow, they just don’t get it that many of know math, and taxation and are no longer being conned/gulled by those who thought it would still be useful to do again and again and again. Too bad they don’t to accept the DNC is broke and the usual approach by democrats ain’t workin’ for them any more. By the way for those who don’t know this, Eric donates $2 million/yearly to the St. Jude’s. Trump was raised to share his money (good parenting) and taught his children to do the same, so they all DO contribute to charities. Do you? I do, but I am picky so not to the Red Cross, Catholic Charities (they only assist out side our country and we need charity here), etc. I want the money not to be used us by the charity’s administration but actually spent on what they tell you it is for. We are a giving country and it must be done honestly. We have a compassioncenter in our small city (We have 3 but this one is my particular because it really does what it is there for) for the lower incomes and homeless, they are polite and all volunteers, and will even give you a receipt if you wish. Amazing going through your home what you don’t need or use, or those gifts you hide, and canned foods you can give to others. Because, Ryan, that is really who Americans are and not for the aliens and muslims on our soil!

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  6. Dekester says:

    The world is most blessed to have your President as the leader of the free world.

    The sacrifice his family has made is monumental. They know the terrific man PDJT is, and here they are, day in and day out. Having to endure the nastiness and hate that his opponents hurl his way.
    Whether they be Dem, MSM or his Repugnant colleagues.

    His children are a true testament to the man he is.

    God bless PDJT

    Liked by 10 people

  7. Pam says:

    Because of all of the BS reporting we see these days, I think this is pretty appropriate. God bless Eric, Lara, and the entire family.

    Liked by 10 people

    • chicagodeplorable says:

      Thanks, Pam. I love this little guy; I want to pick him up and hug him. I’d also love to squeeze those chunker cheeks, lol. He looks like he wants to kiss us, doesn’t he?


  8. joshua says:

    I believe that Donald Trump knew before he declared his candidacy just exactly what the deep state and dark state situations were globally….and his appeal to the middle class and normal Americans set the pace for him to Set Up the globalists and neocon Rinos to expose, then collapse them.

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  9. mccall1981 says:

    FBI has not verified Trump dossier

    “FBI and Justice Department officials have told congressional investigators in recent days that they have not been able to verify or corroborate the substantive allegations of collusion between Russia and the Trump campaign outlined in the Trump dossier.
    The FBI received the first installment of the dossier in July 2016. It received later installments as they were written at the height of the presidential campaign, which means the bureau has had more than a year to investigate the allegations in the document.”

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  10. Apfelcobbler says:

    No one is saying this directly, but this tax bill is designed to stick it to NY and CA – you could say it’s a little political payback for voting solidly Dem.


    • thinkthinkthink says:

      I disagree.
      The intent of the design is to about fairness to the rest of the country.

      Someone living where there are low state taxes have historically not been able to get the same deductions and therefore they have had to pay higher federal taxes. This is unfair.

      If addressing this unfair arrangement also creates pressure on high tax state governments to reduce the tax burden on their citizens, I suppose you could call that leverage. But this is not a motive of vindictiveness or meanness.

      Have you listened to any of the interviews where this is explained?

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    • Deb says:

      It’s not political. Their tax policies are ludicrous, and we are tired of bailing them out. It’s time for all states to start standing on their own, CA and NY are just two of the states that are in the worst shape to do so.

      Liked by 1 person

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