Eric Trump: 'If I did 1/100 of what Hunter Biden did, I’d be in jail'
"The mainstream media hasn’t mentioned Hunter Biden’s name in 258 days," he said.
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Eric Trump, son of former President Donald Trump, called out what he sees as a double standard between him and President Joe Biden's son, Hunter Biden.
"If I did 1/100 of what Hunter Biden did, I’d be in jail for the rest of my life," Eric Trump told NTD’s "Capitol Report."
Records Just the News obtained Wednesday show Hunter Biden and his business partners attempted to make millions off of the first Russian invasion of Ukraine in 2014.
A report surfaced Monday that the Secret Service is paying more than $30,000 per month to rent a mansion in Malibu to provide security for Hunter.
A retired intelligence officer told Just the News that the U.S. government was concerned the contents from Hunter Biden's laptop could compromise the first family.
"The mainstream media hasn’t mentioned Hunter Biden’s name in 258 days. There’s a serious problem with that. They let him skirt by. They carry Joe Biden’s water," Eric Trump told NTD over the weekend.
"Based on their approval rating, [the mainstream media] is really damaged because they’ve got 7 percent approval rating in this country. It’s horrible," he said. "People don’t trust them anymore."
He also said that the establishment media has been covering up for Hunter Biden's father.
He told NTD that if Donald Trump had said 1/100 of the "stupid things" that President Joe Biden has, the media would call for him to be removed from office under Article 25.
"But again, they’re on that side, and they’ll do anything to cover up for him and let him get away with just about anything under the sun," Eric Trump said.
"You don’t have equal scales of justice in this country. You don’t have equal media coverage," he said. "The media is the propaganda wing of the left-wing party. And I think that [has] become very clear to all Americans."
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