Donald Trump arrived in Manchester, N.H., Wednesday morning fresh off the fourth Republican debate, and for the first time during a stump speech, he handed over the mic to two of his family members.
"You know, I flew in [and] I had about an hour and a half of sleep. So you know what I say to my boys? 'Say a few words,'" the GOP hopeful told the crowd as his two sons, Donald Jr. and Eric, took the stage.
"This is clearly not something we were not planning on doing today, and I know you're not interested in listening to the B team," Donald Jr. said, appearing caught off guard.
"But he's going to do a great job for you and for this country. We're really proud of him and we're just psyched to be here watching what's going on. The message is resonating so well. We just couldn't be more proud."Read more on WashingtonExaminer.com