Eric and Lara Trump Talk Parenting Their Newborn in Vicious Political Climate
Eric and Lara Trump sat down with Judge Jeanine to talk about their new life with their one-month-old baby boy.
"It changes your life. It changes your perspective. It changes everything," President Trump's second son said of being a new parent.
Baby Eric "Luke" Trump's dad said they plan to protect their little one from the toxic political climate while he is growing up, just as Eric's parents Donald and Ivana Trump did.
"They shielded us from it. It was incredibly important that they kept us away from the spotlight. There's nothing nice about it."
He pointed to social media especially, saying everyone now has a platform to "air their dirty laundry."
"There's innocence," he said of baby Luke. "You watch these maniacs every single day out there. You see the attacks. You see the divisiveness in this country. You see the bad people. You see sensational news. ... And then you get home and hold this little seven-pound ball of love."
Lara Trump said she was skeptical at first about whether having a baby "totally changes your life," but found "it's so true, and it's changed in the best possible ways."
"I always thought I was going to be the person who taught him so much and I will, but honestly I think he's taught me at this point more than I've taught him," Eric said.