Thursday 26 April 2018

'Criticism means we'll fight harder in 2020' - Eric Trump

Donald Trump's son says we can expect more than one visit from his father and that he'll win again, writes Niamh Horan

The family: Eric Trump speaks at a rally for his father, US president Donald Trump. Photo: Getty Images
The family: Eric Trump speaks at a rally for his father, US president Donald Trump. Photo: Getty Images
Niamh Horan

Niamh Horan

It's a stifling hot summer's day in the West of Ireland and I'm travelling with Eric Trump in a motorcade on the way to Shannon airport.

Outside, the mercury is rising and the world is caught up in a frenzy of allegations against US President Donald Trump.

The most powerful man in the western world has been accused of collaboration, collusion and information-sharing between his advisers and Russia. All of this, the president denies in the strongest possible terms, calling it nothing more than "a witch hunt".

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