Eric Trump shares a photo of his son and his unruly hair turns him into mini-me of Donald Trump

Feb 22, 2019
03:30 A.M.
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President Donald Trump’s grandson, Eric Trump, takes the internet by storm with the latest photo.

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The Instagram picture, posted by Lara Trump, shows the baby’s tufted, blonde hair, reported Conservative Tribune.

He is the newest addition to the Trump family, but Eric “Luke” Trump is already making a name for himself with eye-catching hair.

Eric was born on September 12, 2017, to Eric and Lara Trump. His tufted, blond hair is the center of attention as it is reminiscent of his grandfather’s famous, unruly locks.

The proud parents spoke to Fox News shortly after welcoming their baby.

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“He’s a great baby, he really does not cry that much, he’s so sweet… and he has a lot of hair. Apparently, he has more hair than most babies.”

Lara Trump, Fox News, October 20, 2017.

Her husband, Eric Trump, added that he has “The Trump hair.” The 33-year-old first-time father also revealed that he too had begun his life with the well-known Trump quality, he had bleach blonde hair.

Conservative Tribune noted that the 45th President of the United States is famous all around the world for his hair. People have dressed their cats in the Trump-like hair.

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In fact, talk show host, Jimmy Fallon, asked if he could touch the then-candidate Trump’s hair during a live interview in September 2016.

The 35-year-old former television producer, Lara Trump revealed that Luke was her paternal grandfather’s name. Lara wondered about the incredible love humans feels for their children, love that comes naturally and immediately, so much so that the parents can provide everything that the young one needs.

Daily Mail reported that the new mother went back to work a few weeks after the birth of her baby. However, she admitted that she thought about him while at work, and about work when she got home.

She added that it was a balancing act being a mother who also worked. She is also working on her father-in-law’s 2020 re-election campaign. 

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