People in glass houses shouldn't throw stones – especially if you're a member of the Trump family.
Eric Trump, one of President Trump's sons, wrote a long tweet over the weekend about Joe Biden, the Democratic nominee for president, is apparently unfit to be president. His reason? Apparently, cognitive decline.
He even went onto say that 'the potential of this condition' must be addressed, 'sad and difficult' as it may be.
Why is no one in the media willing to discuss Biden’s seemingly apparent cognitive decline? This is a US presidenti… https://t.co/0JJKRqrNor
Your dad is super-duper proud of being able to identify an 🐘 and count back from 100 by 7s and seems bizarrely conv… https://t.co/Wmgu9kuEmp
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Trump children feigning concern is the dumbest shit on Twitter.
If they had any level of compassion and empathy, t… https://t.co/PLTQXATBFD
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It's just another example of how the Trumps – as a family – seem to think that they're immune from criticism. It's also worth pointing out that Eric seems to have gotten the majority of his work from his father, including his current job (so maybe he shouldn't be talking about other people's capabilities for work). For a couple of months, Donald Trump and his administration have called Joe Biden, 'Sleepy Joe' as part of the presidential race for the November 2020 election.
But if you're the son of a president who frequently rambles and rants to the point of incoherence, then perhaps it's not worth bringing up the cognitive abilities of other people.