Former Fox News host Eric Bolling said President Trump reached out to him several occasions to offer his empathy and compassion following the death of Bolling's son.
From The Hill: Former Fox News host Eric Bolling said early Wednesday that President Trump has "empathy and compassion" on the opioid epidemic and reached out to him on several occasions to offer his condolences and support following the death of Bolling's 19-year-old son.
The former co-host of "The Five" and "Cashin' In" shared on "Morning Joe" that Trump called on Thanksgiving — the family's first holiday without their only son.
“We’re about to sit down to the Thanksgiving table, and there’s an empty chair right there, Eric’s chair,” Bolling told MSNBC's Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski. “I’m seeing it happening — the turkey’s on the table, and we’re walking over there, and it’s going to be really bad. And the phone rings, and it’s Trump who says, ‘You know, Eric, I understand this is the first holiday without him. I wanted you to know we’re thinking about you.’"
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