WATCH: Trump’s Son Will Pay For Black Celebrities To Leave US If Dad Becomes President

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Donald Trump’s first son Don has happily offered to use his dad’s buckets of money to deport his father’s black critics out of the United States. Even better, he said he’d pay for the airfare.

The Republican front-runner’s son appeared with his brother Eric Trump on “Fox and Friends” to weigh in on “Super Tuesday” and the many attacks against their daddy.

Eric Trump was the first to speak when he said:

“You know, it’s sad to see. We love our father. He’s an amazing guy — he would do such an unbelievable job for this country. He’s an amazing businessman, he’s an amazing negotiator. He’s funding himself, right?”

Eric Trump forgot to mention that the amazing businessman has filed for bankruptcy four times and is running a campaign partially fund by PACs.

Trump says his father is the right candidate because a historic voter turnout would ensue and the real estate mogul has been a poster child for non-voting Americans.

Fox and Friends host Ainsley Earhardt said that some celebritie:

“don’t think he’s going to make America great” — as Trump’s campaign slogan and baseball caps promise.

Trump Jr. replied with a snarky comment saying:

“I’ll buy them their airfare. I’m more than happy to chip in.”

Eric Trump said that their father would “be the greatest endorsement ever” and Trump Jr. added that those opposed to their Daddy would strengthen the GOP front-runner’s support.

Trump Jr. concluded by saying:

“Those are endorsements for Trump That’s the thing — when you have the establishment people in the debates, and they stack the debates with a thousand people that are all booing, those are votes for us. Because the people in the audience watching at home are like, ‘Wait a minute — he’s saying what I’m thinking.’ I love that. That’s as good an endorsement as we could possibly get.”

You can watch the entire interview below courtesy of Fox News:

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