Eric Trump's son Luke isn't interested in 'watching his dad on TV'
Eric Trump was put under fire after claiming that his son was watching him on television, but social media users were quick to point out that his son didn’t seem interested at all.
The son of the President of the United States recently shared his wife’s Instagram post which showed their son smiling for the lenses while a TV on the background showed Eric during a guest appearance on Fox & Friends.
On the snapshot, Eric’s son didn’t seem to pay attention to the flat screen as Eric claimed that baby Luke was 'watching' him.
Social media users attacked the younger Trump for suggesting that his 9-month-old son was supporting him for his appearance when baby Luke didn’t seem to care in the photo.
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On the caption, Eric wrote, ‘Watching Dad this morning on @foxandfriends!!’
While some slammed him for his caption, there were others who praised the couple for their son. Others also wrote comments of support for the Trump family.
Although, other users grabbed the chance to share their insights over President Donald Trump’s pick for the Supreme Court position.
Eric was on Fox & Friends to talk about his father choosing Judge Brett Kavanaugh as his nominee to the Supreme Court.
On the show, he expressed his support of his father’s choice.
Eric’s Instagram post followed the news about his heroic stunt in New York City where he helped a woman who needed medical attention.
As reported by Inquisitr, Eric saw the woman who had passed out near the F train station, which is near the Trump Tower.
According to witnesses – who wished to remain anonymous – Eric was almost hit by a bicyclist as he ran towards the woman.
Eric talked about the incident to the Washington Examiner and thanked the EMTs for their quick action.
“I’m glad we were able to play a small role in getting help for the woman on 58th Street. We just happened to be in the right place at the right time. I’m especially grateful to the EMTs who took over. It was certainly my first time hailing an ambulance in New York City,” he said.