Running for US President is a step down for my dad, says Donald Trump's son
Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump's son thinks that running for president is a "step down" for his father who is very new to politics.
Las Vegas: Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump's son thinks that running for president is a "step down" for his father who is very new to politics.
"He (Trump) hasn?t spent his whole life to be up on the debate stage like a career politician. He spent his life creating jobs, building things, doing things that would benefit American workers in this country," Donald Trump Junior told Fox News in an interview after the third and final presidential debate here.
"Imagine, if he was doing this for his whole life, he?d be the greatest politician in the history of the world," Trump Jr said referring to the fact that his father joined politics only a little over a year.
The son said that his dad is learning as he goes because he is a real American.
"Unlike Hillary Clinton who's gotten very rich being a politician, peddling American influence, he hasn?t," he continued."
"This isn?t only a step down, but he wants to make sure that all Americans, all ethnicities and backgrounds, have the same opportunities to do what he?s been able to do, to start a great family, start a great business," Trump Junior said.