"His way of preparing for a debate is talking to really, really smart people....His way of debating is speaking to those people, the people who are the best and brightest on every respective subject matter and that's how he debates."

---Eric Trump on how Donald Trump prepares for a debate.

Eric Trump called into Kilmeade & Friends to discuss how Donald Trump is preparing for the upcoming debates, whether or not his father has the stamina for a one-on-one debate, Hillary Clinton's e-mail server scandal as well as her health concerns and charges that his father made a $25,000 contribution to a political group backing Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi in exchange for her dropping the investigation into Trump University.

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Eric Trump on if his father has the stamina for a one on one debate

(ERIC TRUMP) The one thing my father doesn't lack is any sort of stamina. I mean he has more energy than any human being I have ever met in my life. He will go do three, four, five events a day with two or three of those being rallies in front of you know, 20, 30,000 people where he is out there off the cuff with no teleprompter. The one thing the man doesn't need to worry about, and I have seen this, I think he has more energy than I do and I am in my 30's, is stamina, I mean he is incredible. It's interesting, I was at every single one of the debates, every single one of the republican primary debates and I would look up at some of the people on stage and obviously I saw this as well when I watched Hillary and Bernie debate but how many of those sound bites were rehearsed 300 times where somebody sat in front of a mirror and they looked out into the crowd and kind of did so with blurred vision and weren't looking at anybody and remembering a sound bite and threw it out and that's not who my father is. It's not who he will ever be.

Eric Trump on how his father prepares for a debate

(ERIC TRUMP) It's interesting, I was at every single one of the debates, every single one of the republican primary debates and I would look up at some of the people on stage and obviously I saw this as well when I watched Hillary and Bernie debate but how many of those sound bites were rehearsed 300 times where somebody sat in front of a mirror and they looked out into the crowd and kind of did so with blurred vision and weren't looking at anybody and remembering a sound bite and threw it out and that's not who my father is. It's not who he will ever be. His way of preparing for a debate is talking to really, really smart people. You saw this morning, 90 of our top generals, military leaders of our country came out and endorsed my father saying it would pretty much be a disaster if Hillary Clinton got in the White House. We all know about Benghazi, we all know about so many of the other issues. His way of debating is speaking to those people, the people who are the best and brightest on every respective subject matter and that's how he debates.