Eric Trump
President Donald Trump speaks as his son Eric Trump looks on during a caucus night watch party at the Treasure Island Hotel & Casino, in Las Vegas, Nevada, Feb. 23, 2016. Getty Images/Ethan Miller

While President Donald Trump is known for keeping Twitterati on their feet (or rather fingertips), late Tuesday saw his son, Eric Trump, becoming the talk of social media after he gave a couple of interviews.

In an interview on "The Sean Hannity Show," Eric made some disparaging comments about Democrats such as the lack of direction that the Democratic Party has taken, why the Republican Party won the election and much more.

“I've never seen hatred like this. To me, they're not even people. It's so, so sad, I mean, morality is just gone," Eric’s said during the interview, Business Insider reported. Needless to say, Twitterati reacted to the president’s son insulting the people of an entire political faith.

A Twitter user even likened his comments to the discourse often used by former German leader Adolf Hitler. Another called his statement an advocacy for genocide.

However, there were few people who stood by Eric and supported his statements.

Others were quick to call him out on a report by Forbes, released Tuesday, stating Eric had transferred $1.2 million from the Eric Trump Foundation to the Trump Organization between 2007 and 2015, money which was supposed to help treat children suffering from cancer.

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Although Eric denied any allegations made against him, stating that almost all the contributions made to his foundation go toward St. Jude children’s hospital, Twitter was already abuzz with users condemning the president’s son for using charity money to fund his father’s business.

Social media users stated that someone who has been involved in such a questionable act has no business commenting on the kind of morals that people should follow.

Trump has often been criticized by the public for his inability to keep his business dealings and administration activities separate. Eric, however, defended his father, saying that the latter has never tried to interfere in the family business ever since he became the POTUS and handed over all business-related responsibilities to his two sons.

“We don't talk about the activities. We don't talk about what we're doing in the business. We don't — we just don't mix,” Eric said, Politico reported. “It doesn't blur the lines. You're allowed to show that and remember, the president of the United States has zero conflicts of interest. Zero,” he added.

Eric's claim that the president had “zero conflicts of interest” was slammed by the Twitter users:

Eric also added during the ABC interview that Trump-Russia collusion allegations were the “greatest hoax of all time.” A Twitter user mocked his stance on FBI’s Russia probe by saying everything Eric stated during the interview was nothing new, as it all had been discussed publicly.

One of the Twitter users also proved that he has a long memory by posting a throwback picture of Eric posing with a dead leopard in front of him, pointing out that the president’s son killed wild animals for fun.