Fox & Friends host says House Democrats were “breaking decorum” in condemning Trump's racist tweets: “It's on both sides”

Eric Trump also says he loves his father's racist Twitter message

From the July 17 edition of Fox News' Fox & Friends:

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STEVE DOOCY (CO-HOST): Eric, it all got started with your dad's tweet about “go back.” Was that appropriate? Some Republicans are saying, yeah, I wish he wouldn't have done that.

ERIC TRUMP (TRUMP ORGANIZATION): You know, I love the tweet. If you don't love our country, get out. Leave. You know, if you complain about our country -- you know, go to somewhere -- go experience somewhere else in the world. I've seen a lot of the the world, right? We have it so great in America. America is doing so well. We're the best at absolutely everything we do. When you go see some of the conditions around the world -- I'm not saying America doesn't have certain problems. Go see the conditions around the world. And you'll be so fortunate you live here. We are blessed to live in this country. And if you're not happy about it, I like his message. Leave

AINSLEY EARHARDT (CO-HOST): You know it's interesting that they're calling your dad out on decorum, yet they're breaking House rules and breaking decorum. So it's on both sides.

Related:

WashPost: Nancy Pelosi was rebuked for calling Trump’s tweets racist. She can thank Thomas Jefferson and the Brits.  

Previously:

Fox News media analyst Howard Kurtz complains about media labeling Trump's tweets as “racist”    

Fox's Gutfeld defends Trump's racist tweets: “How many racists say 'Leave, then please come back and help us?'”

Fox host: Trump's tweets weren't racist they were “about patriotism”