Former President Trump's son, Eric Trump, said his family is in possession of surveillance tapes of the FBI raid at Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago residence in Florida and will "absolutely" release the footage "at the right time."

Eric Trump Says It’s No Longer The Republican Party, It’s The Trump Party

Eric Trump, son of former President Donald Trump, during an appearance on Friday discussed how the GOP has been reshaped around his father and said that there is "no longer a Republican Party."

Eric Trump, son of former President Donald Trump, during an appearance on Friday discussed how the GOP has been reshaped around his father and said that there is “no longer a Republican Party.”

Trump made the claim during an appearance on the conservative news channel, Newsmax.

The clip of Eric Trump‘s TV appearance was shared on Twitter by former federal prosecutor, Ron Filipkowski.

“He’s fundamentally changed the party,” Eric Trump said about his father. “It’s no longer the Republican Party, it’s the Trump Party.”

Eric Trump mentioned the January 6th committee public hearings of the House select committee investigating the Capitol riot, saying that “not a single person cares about” them.

“Not a single person cares about the J6 hearings,” he said. “The Republicans are absolutely going to steamroll the Democratic Party because they haven’t accomplished anything in two years. This is all coordinated, it’s all made up. It’s all a diversion, a distraction.”

“We are 24 days before the midterm elections where it looks like the Republicans are absolutely gonna steamroll the Democratic Party because, you know, they have an accomplished anything in two years and frankly been a laughing stock,” said Trump.

“This is all coordinated. This is all made up. It’s all a diversion. It’s all a distraction,” Trump added.

Republicans are keeping a firm grip on their attempt to retake control of Congress, showing a massive lead over Democrats just three weeks away from the midterm elections, according to a new Rasmussen poll.

Forty-eight percent of likely U.S. voters reported that they would vote Republican if the election was held today, compared to 41% who said they would vote Democratic, according to the poll.

The poll shows a continuously climbing lead for Republicans compared to last week when Republicans were at 47% and Democrats were at 43%.

Republicans have led the polls in the Congressional Generic Ballot all year, with a record 10-point lead in July, the poll reported. Margins slimmed after July, yet predictions look positive as Republicans have reached a 7-point lead.

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The current Republican lead is likely the result of the 16-point advantage gained through independent voters, the poll reported. Republicans are more likely to vote for their party over an independent with 85% of Republican respondents saying they will vote red, while only 82% of Democrats said they would vote blue.

Among unaffiliated voters, 46% said they would vote Republican, while 30% said they would vote Democratic, the poll reported. Nine percent of voters are voting for other candidates and 15% remain undecided.

The poll was conducted on Oct. 9 through Oct. 13 and has a margin of sampling error of +/-2 percentage points.

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