On Feb. 28, the President of the United States of America Donald Trump addressed the coronavirus pandemic with the seriousness and responsibility expected from him as a leader by saying the pandemic is just “going to disappear.”

“One day, it’s like a miracle, it will disappear,” he had said. Now, it looks like his second son, Eric Trump shares his “views” as he too has claimed that the pandemic will magically go away after the 2020 elections. 

Eric Trump is the Trump Organisation’s executive vice president and shared his thoughts with Jeanine Pirro during an appearance on Fox News’ segment on the need to reopen the economy.

According to Eric, after the 2020 elections are over, the coronavirus pandemic will “magically all of a sudden go away and disappear” as the pandemic is nothing but the strategy of Democrats and Joe Biden against his father, Donald Trump. 

He further added that it was all part of the Democrats and the Biden campaign, as by keeping the country under lockdown and resorting to tactics like mail-in ballots in pandemic relief legislation, they plan to stop his father from being re-elected. They are deliberately stopping Trump’s campaign rallies by using the pandemic and are happy to see that the campaign is at a disadvantage as they are unable to hold them.

“The Democrats are trying to milk this for everything they can, and it’s sad,” Eric Trump said. “They’ll milk it every single day between now and November 3rd, and guess what, after November 3rd, coronavirus will magically all of a sudden go away and disappear and everyone will be about reopen."

“They’re trying to deprive him [Trump] of his greatest asset which is the fact that the American people love him, the fact that he is relatable, the fact that he can go out there and draw massive crowds,” he continued.

He further stressed that pushing the extension of the lockdown is a “cognisant strategy” by Democrats, which also includes their plot to allow “illegal immigrants to vote in our country”. But he is confident that the pandemic will “magically disappear” on Nov. 3 after his father is reelected. 

Eric Trump Eric Trump, son of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is seen in the audience during the second presidential debate at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri on October 9, 2016. Getty Images