US President Donald Trump’s two sons have criticized Republican Party leaders for not sufficiently supporting their father in the election.
Trump’s eldest son, Donald Jr., considered that the Republican Party had shown a weak position to support the US president in his quest to win a new term, while his brother Eric said, “Our voters will not forget this to you, ewe.”
This dispute reflects the size of the gap between Trump and the Republican party he represents in the presidential race.
Although the elections are not over yet, Democratic candidate Joe Biden appears close to the end of the battle.
Trump pledged to resort to the judiciary regarding the counting and counting of the votes, citing “fraud,” accusations against which no evidence was presented.
Prominent Republican Senators Mitt Romney and Maryland Governor Larry Hogan warned against any attempts to derail the democratic process.
But Donald Jr., who is believed to have political aspirations, has shown his anger at those aspiring to secure the 2024 Republican nomination.
“The absence of action from those aspiring to run in the 2024 elections seems surprising,” Donald Jr. said on his Twitter account.
He added, “They have all the appropriate conditions to show their desire and ability to run in the elections, but instead they are subject to the media gang, generally do not worry, the real Donald Trump will fight, and they can just watch as they used to.”
The tweets were in response to a tweet from Mick Gernovich, a male rights activist and supporter of Trump, in which he criticized former US representative to the United Nations Nikki Haley, who is widely believed to be preparing for the presidential election in 2024.
Haley was criticized by Trump supporters, including Florida Senator Matt Gates, who tweeted on his Twitter account saying, “While some of us are fighting the battle in defense of President Trump, Nicky Haley mourns him, it is sad.”
Trump Jr. continued his criticism, saying, “Republicans have shown a weak position for several decades, which has allowed the left to do what we see now.”
While his brother Eric tweeted, “Where are the Republicans? Are they not fighting this fraud? Our voters will not forget this for you, sheep.”
Trump’s two sons went on to mention Republican lawmakers who supported and praised their father.
Throughout his four years in the presidency, Trump has managed to push the Republican Party to closely follow his policies.
But this conflict between Trump and the leaders of the Republican Party raises more questions about the direction of the party during the post-Trump era, whether it leaves the presidency this year or after 4 years.