In an interview with Mark Levin on “Life, Liberty & Levin,” on Sunday, Nov. 10, Donald Trump Jr. acknowledged the American public has had enough of the lies and deceit by the Democrats in their attempts to get rid of the president.

Despite the media attacks on the president, Trump Jr. is confident the American people see it for what it is.

“They’re trying to, you know, reverse the results of an election that they didn’t agree with, though the American people obviously agreed,” he said, repeating his father’s words of a “witch hunt.”

Referring to the Mueller investigation, Trump Jr. said how confident the Democrats were with Mueller—that he was the one to bring the president down.

“Obviously, [Democrats] only brought him in because he was the former head of the FBI and he was a decorated Marine,” Trump Jr. said. “So he’s above reproach. Trump cannot possibly attack him.”

It turned out to be one big mistake for them.

“Then, they were going to get him, finally —they were going to get Trump. We’re gonna put him on the stand. And, within about 30 seconds, the American public realized that this thing was one big joke, that they used Robert Mueller simply because of the credentials and the fact that he was beyond reproach because of his résumé. They realized this guy had no idea what he’s even talking about.”

Then-FBI Director Robert Mueller testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington, on June 19, 2013. (J. Scott Applewhite/AP Photo, file)

Mueller turned out to be an embarrassment for them. “It was a joke,” he said. “And I do believe that despite the media attacks, the American people get it. … They see the nonsense. They see the witch hunt.”

“And I think it’s been a great thing in the sense that it’s shown conservatives that you can actually fight back. You don’t just have to turn the other cheek,” he said. “We’ve done that for 50 years, and all we’ve done to cede ground to the lunatic fringe of the left and their policies.”

On Nov. 7, Trump Jr.  appeared on “The View” to promote his new book, “Triggered,” and in a fierce debate over the “whistleblower” with Trump-hating co-hosts Joy Behar and Whoopi Goldberg. The hosts began attacking Trump Jr., accusing him of tweeting the whistleblower’s name, whose complaint set off the president’s impeachment inquiry.

Whoopi Goldberg attends the world premiere of “Nobody’s Fool” in New York, on Oct. 28, 2018. (Charles Sykes/Invision/AP, File)

Trump Jr. assured them the whistleblower’s name was already out there, “I don’t regret doing that,” Trump Jr. said. “I don’t think I should have to forgo my First Amendment rights. It’s out there, I read it in an article, I’ve been reading it for a week. I saw it on the Drudge Report. This is not some secret.”

He then nailed it with his comment to Behar, “You’ve worn blackface,” to which Behar and Goldberg practically choked with rage, both emphatically denying she did.

Trump Jr. later tweeted a clip from 2016 with Behar admitting she went to a Halloween party as a “beautiful African woman.” TheWrap had aired the clip earlier in the year after several blackface scandals hit the headlines.