Eric Trump con­tends vot­ers relate to Trump as the vic­tim ‘some of their com­mu­ni­ties were’

Eric Trump contends voters relate to Trump as the victim ‘some of their communities were’

Eric Trump argued Sun­day that his father’s con­tin­ued legal woes are only help­ing him in the 2024 pres­i­den­tial elec­tion, as they are win­ning him sup­port from com­mu­ni­ties he pre­vi­ous­ly did not have.
For­mer Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump was found guilty of all 34 charges he faced in his hush mon­ey tri­al in New York on Thurs­day, mak­ing him the first for­mer Unit­ed States pres­i­dent to be con­vict­ed of a felony crime. In the wake of this rul­ing, the for­mer pres­i­dent has received an out­pour­ing of sup­port, with Eric Trump con­tend­ing that the swing from inde­pen­dent vot­ers has been “unbe­liev­ably” high.
“And, you know, they’re lit­er­al­ly feed­ing him cer­tain seg­ments of the pop­u­la­tion that he might not have had in 2016 and 2020, because for the first time they real­ize that the system’s com­ing down, that he’s the vic­tim,” Trump said on Fox News’s Sun­day Morn­ing Futures with Maria Bar­tiro­mo. “He’s the vic­tim that often­times some of …