Here’s what he had to say…
President Donald Trump opened up about the recent death of his brother Robert Trump.
According to the Washington Examiner, Trump stated, “It was not a great weekend. It’s very hard. You knew it was going to happen, but still, when it happens, it’s a very tough thing. He was a great guy. He was a tremendous guy. He was my friend. I guess they say best friend and that’s true, and, you know, losing him, not easy.”
Trump then said, “He was a very smart guy, but he wasn’t, you know, he would be there, and he’d be behind me and if I had the No. 1 show, if I had a big success. And no matter what I did, whether it was real estate deals or anything else, he was right there and, in many cases, helped me very much with whatever I did. And then when I became president, he was, I think, one of the most loyal people, there was no jealousy. You know a lot of times in families, I hate to say it, but there’s jealousy. And especially among children and among children that are competitive children, because he was very competitive. There was not an ounce of jealousy. He’d go around talking about how great this is for the country, and it’s so incredible, and he was my biggest fan.”
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