Eric Trump
On Wednesday, he traveled to Pennsylvania with other members of the president's inner circle and lied that his father had won Pennsylvania, even though the state continues to count hundreds of thousands of ballots. — Business Insider
Eric Trump shared a fake QAnon-promoted video of a person claiming to burn 80 Trump ballots. It had been debunked by officials the day before.
  • Eric Trump, President Donald Trump's second-eldest son, shared a video on Twitter on Wednesday that purported to show an anonymous man burning 80 ballots cast for Trump.
  • The video, first posted by a QAnon conspiracy theory supporter, is a fake.
  • The version of the video Eric shared received more than a million views before the account hosting it was suspended by Twitter.
Eric, taking his father's lead, has aggressively spread disinformation about the election, falsely claiming that Democrats are attempting to "steal" and "rig" the election. On Wednesday, he traveled to Pennsylvania with other members of the president's inner circle and lied that his father had won Pennsylvania, even though the state continues to count hundreds of thousands of ballots.

The Trump campaign has sued to halt vote counting in Pennsylvania — a must-win battleground state for the president — as election officials continue to tabulate legally cast mail-in ballots.