- "That was real time. They're saying I'm supposed to go back and erase things off up my Twitter feed," Trump Jr. said.
- "I put it out there at the time, but other people were saying, 'hey there was a gun.' That's all I knew," he added.
(CNN)Donald Trump Jr. on Monday defended spreading misinformation by retweeting false claims his father had survived an assassination attempt, saying in a radio interview that he was simply following news in real time and that he doesn't delete tweets.