Eric Trump complains about 'politicization' of right-wing political terror attacks in interview with Fox News' Jeanine Pirro
Eric Trump called into Jeanine Pirro's Fox News show on Saturday night th denounce the politicization of the week's political terror attacks/Screenshot

President Donald Trump's son Eric appeared on Fox News Saturday night, where he gave an interview to host Jeanine Pirro.

Pirro asked the president's son whether it was possible that his father's charged rhetoric inspired the MAGAbomber who lived in a van plastered with Trump's face or the synagogue shooter who believed far-right conspiracy theories about Jews.

"Is this a sign of the rhetoric, and the outrage people are hearing?" Pirro asked. "Is there any correlation between the two?"

"I don't know. Listen—there might be, there might not be," Eric Trump said.

Trump then said the shooter was a "very, very sick, deranged person" and "subhuman."

Trump said that "it seems like we've gotten to a point where everything has to be politicized."

The politically motivated terror attacks should not be politicized, Trump said.

"I think we should try to pull politics out of these things," Trump said. "He doesn't represent the left, he doesn't represent the right."

Watch below.