Eric Trump: Woodward wrote book to ‘make three extra shekels’


#1

Sounds to me this is a dog whistle, anyone ever heard of this phrase before? Why didn’t this idiot just say “make three extra bucks” instead?

In an interview on “Fox & Friends,” Eric Trump accused Woodward of penning “Fear: Trump in the White House” as a greedy cash grab.

“Don’t you think people look through the fact that you can write a sensational, nonsense book, CNN will definitely have you on there because they love to trash the president,” Eric Trump said. “It will mean you sell three extra books, you make three extra shekels.”


#2

Probably picked it up from the soup he swims in on social media.


#3

Was reading an article about the 4chan racists LOVING this. Posting crazy anti-semitic stuff and praising Eric BIGLY.


#4

and, or, was raised that way.


#5

It’s totally not anti-semitic for reasons that Donald Trump was elected President so screw you libs.


#6

Ascribing impure motives to unpleasant news is growing dull, predictable and tiresome. The quickest, cheapest and most intellectually dishonest rebuttal out there.


#7

Yeah they’ll be loving this one.


#8

A Trump whining about a cash grab. How ironic.


#9

True.

Think it’s more likely to be picked up from social media trolls / anti-semites though, as they swarm around everything Trump.


#10

Woodward himself is not Jewish, but his longtime journalistic partner Carl Bernstein is.


#11

#12

True.


#13

Picked up from his father.


#14

What a shame our once great country is in the control of this hideous and vile family.


#15

“Being upset by this is the reason Donald Trump won and will win again in 2020.”

Am I doing this right?


#16


#17

Stop race baiting and identity politics!


#18

Can’t wait for the usual suspects to show up exclaiming “but Judaism isn’t a race!!”.


#19

Meh. It’s not an uncommon phrase, especially in areas that have a significant Jewish population. That said, Eric hasn’t yet figured out that everything he posts/says is going to go viral and he needs to think a bit more about his choice of words.


#20

It’s not technically illegal for the President’s son to attack critics based in their religion, so it’s therefore perfectly fine.