A morning TV anchor stunts Donald Trump Jr. on Tuesday. with a farewell request for his & # 39; favorite Democrat & # 39; – only to hear him come back seconds later with an answer: Mitt Romney.
Romney, a first US senator from Utah, was the presidential candidate of the Republican Party in 2012. He lost to Barack Obama in a race that President Donald Trump & # 39; winnable & # 39; called.
The older Trump filed trademarks for his slogan & # 39; Make America Great Again & # 39; less than two weeks after that election, fuming over the missed opportunity to expel Obama from office.
The president said Romney & # 39; choked like a dog & # 39; and routinely frames him as a covert liberal in a party that tends to the right.
So when CBS This Morning co-host Gayle King asked his son: & # 39;Who is your favorite democrat? & # 39; the most surprising thing about Trump Jr.'s answer was that it took three seconds to collect.
When Donald Trump Jr. & # 39; Triggered & # 39; promoted, published his political book Tuesday, asked a & # 39; CBS This Morning & # 39; co-host him to name his favorite democrat
Trump Jr. grinned for a moment and then said & # 39; Mitt Romney & # 39 ;, who called a moderate Republican who lost the 2012 presidential election and is a frequent target of Trump
& # 39; Triggered: How the Left Thrives on Hate and Wants To Silence Us & # 39; climbed to number 3 among all Amazon book titles Tuesday morning
President Donald Trump, pictured on Monday night during a rally in Lexington, Kentucky, said that Mitt Romney & # 39; choked like a dog & # 39; and routinely frames him as a covert liberal in a party that tends to the right
& # 39; Mitt Romney. Mitt Romney is my favorite democrat, Gayle. What do you think about that? & # 39; he asked as King completed an interview section.
& # 39; No, & # 39; she grinned back and wagged her finger.
The oldest son of the president promoted & # 39; Causes, & # 39; a book full of polemics timed for release while Democrats race for a deposition in the House of Representatives.
The practice of throwing political flames shot to no. 3 slot between all Amazon books at 9:00 am on Tuesday, the first day for sale to the public.
With girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle in tow, he expects to burst out the book media circuit with bare knuckles this week.
& # 39; He is not the lightweight that everyone wants him to be & # 39 ;, said a source close to Trupm Jr. & # 39; He likes to be underestimated. & # 39;
At the top of the Amazon map was & # 39; A Warning & # 39 ;, the upcoming narrator of the anonymous Trump government official who wrote a destructive New York Times a year ago. The newest episode in the & # 39; Diary of a Wimpy Kid & # 39; series with children's lighting was at No. 2.
Trump Jr. was his usual non-dirty self on TV, lounging about & # 39; waking up goal posts & # 39; that & # 39; keep moving & # 39; as progressives gain ground in the American wars of culture.
Trump Jr., conservative red meat, robbed the camera Tuesday with an exaggerated grimace when asked to praise a democrat
& # 39; CBS This Morning & # 39; received the first interview on the day of the release of the book with the eldest son of the president
He beat in the mass media for bias, hoarding Democrats for accusation, and athletes who set new records in women's sport despite the fact that they were born male.
The Trump scion who runs the family business with his brother Eric sounded like a candidate, but insisted that he be for nothing.
& # 39; I am now interested in winning 2020 for my father. We'll worry about everything else later, & # 39; said Trump Jr. & # 39; I never exclude anything. & # 39;
& # 39; I currently like the campaign section, & # 39; he said. & # 39; I actually enjoy part of that fight. I love going out with real people and seeing the difference that my father and his policies make in their lives. & # 39;
But, at this stage of my life, I do not know that I would like to have the daily task of it, he acknowledged.
Trump Jr. told a Bloomberg Radio interviewer in March that a political future could take place without any hurry. & # 39;
& # 39; My father decided to go into politics at the age of 68. I am 41, I have enough time & he said.