Donald Trump Jr: Today's Democrats Would Brand JFK As a 'Neo-Nazi Terrorist’
President's son weighs in on current state of the Democratic Party
Donald Trump Jr. claimed that if former President John F. Kennedy was alive today, his political ideology would be considered 'far-right' by modern Democrats.
Trump Jr. highlighted the current state of the Democratic Party during an appearance on Fox & Friends on Tuesday, where he discussed the political gridlock, which stopped issues like the USMCA agreement that has not been voted on by Congress.
He also discussed the release of his new book, 'Triggered.'
"The reality is, this isn't your grandfather’s Democrat Party. If you look at their party platform, it's not for working-class Americans. JFK would be an alt-right, Neo-Nazis terrorist according to them today," the president's son argued.
"But it's also not your grandpa’s Republican Party," co-host Steve replied.
"I think it's changed," Trump Jr. countered.
"Now, for the first time in 50 years, Republicans are actually fighting back. They’re not just taking the loss because the mainstream media does the pile-on," he added.
"They’re not just taking the loss, because Hollywood and pop culture says you’re terrible people for having, for clinging to your guns, your bible, your religion, and all of those things," he said.
"We said, hey, we have a fighter in the White House. We’re actually pushing back for the first time ever and making gains, which is incredible."
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Trump Jr's argument that the Democrat party is not what it used to be is supported by the frequent accusations of 'racism' against Trump by its members.
In August, Democratic Presidential hopeful Joe Biden compared Trump to the Klu Klux Klan in an interview CNN's Anderson Cooper, not long after the president gave a speech calling for unity, condemning white supremacy and racial hatred.
According to the JFK Presidential Library and Museum’s website:
Pelosi was honored with the award for “putting the national interest above her party's interest to expand access to health care for all Americans and then, against a wave of political attacks, leading the effort to retake the majority and elect the most diverse Congress in our nation's history."