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Abby Huntsman chatted with Eric and Lara Trump - and their baby son Luke - at the White House's 140th annual Easter Egg Roll Monday morning.

The Trumps were happy to note how much has changed over the past year, both within the White House and their own family.

"He's such a happy baby," Lara Trump said of her son. "I can't believe how lucky we are."

Huntsman also recently returned to the air after the birth of her daughter, Isabel Grace, last November.

Lara Trump said she recently visited her home state of North Carolina and spoke with small business owners about how the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act has benefitted them.

She noted how one small business - Shortway Brewing Company - told her how thanks to the bill, they've hired new employees and given out raises to current employees.

"They're the epitome of the American Dream," she said.

Eric Trump added to that sentiment, noting how the economy has been on the upswing and how more Americans are employed.

"People in this country are happy and when you ignore all the nonsense that's spewed on the other side, this country is doing well," he said.

Watch the segment above.


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