The son of real estate billionaire and Republican presidential nominee, Donald Trump, says his father didn't spend his career behind an executive desk, but instead was at constructions sites. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Donald Trump, Jr., son of the now Republican presidential nominee, provided a glimpse into his father's career and said he spent it promoting blue collar workers, alongside "regular Americans." The speech from the immediate family member comes a day after Donald Trump's wife, Melania, was accused of plagiarizing part of her speech from the one Michelle Obama's gave during the Democratic convention in 2008. Trump Jr. gave a heartfelt account of how he remembers his father from the time he was a child until now, and told the audience that Trump would make America "greater than ever before."