Donald Trump’s oldest son fired back at Tim Kaine and Hillary Clinton’s campaign on Thursday, rebutting their accusation that his father “choked” by not discussing the construction of the border wall in depth with Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto.
Kaine appeared on multiple networks Thursday morning (Fox News Channel excluded), tearing into Trump’s tough immigration speech on ABC after failing to bring up payment of the wall during his meeting as indicative of someone who “talks out of both sides of his mouth.”
“I think it’s ridiculous. That has no credence. Anyone who knows anything about a deal or negotiation you build a relationship first. You don’t go with the hardest line aspect of a thing on day one. We’ve been very clear. We’ve never backed away from that. There are methodologies by which we can do it,” Donald Trump Jr. said during an interview on Fox News’ “America’s Newsroom.”