Eric Trump: My father's life became 'exponentially worse' when he ran for president
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President TrumpDonald John TrumpDems make history, and other takeaways from Tuesday's primaries Pawlenty loses comeback bid in Minnesota Establishment-backed Vukmir wins Wisconsin GOP Senate primary MORE’s middle son, Eric TrumpEric Frederick TrumpTrump campaign pushes back on Omarosa claim that women had to 'wear dresses and heels' White House staff offered discounts at Trump's NJ golf club: report Republicans have spent .5 million at Trump properties since he took office: report MORE, says his father’s life became “exponentially worse” when he ran for president.

“My father’s life became exponentially worse the minute he decided to run for president,” Eric Trump told Westchester Magazine in an interview. “He didn’t need to do this, but he was immensely frustrated with where the country was going.”

Trump, who took over management responsibilities of the Trump Organization along with his brother, Donald Trump Jr.Donald (Don) John TrumpSan Francisco ethics official sues Secret Service over Trump Jr. trip to India Spicer slams Omarosa on WH recordings: 'She will do anything to further her own being' White House staff offered discounts at Trump's NJ golf club: report MORE, when their father became president said being “abused” by the media and mocked on Saturday Night Live “comes with the territory” in politics.

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“There would be far fewer headaches if it weren’t for politics,” he said.

In the interview, Trump, 34, opened up about his life in Westchester with his wife, Lara Trump, and their infant son, Luke, as well as how their private life has changed since his father took office.

Lara Trump said in the interview that her family members occasionally “pine for the old days.”

Eric Trump also suggested that he and his other adult siblings, Donald Jr. and Ivanka TrumpIvana (Ivanka) Marie TrumpPavlich: Ivanka Trump’s quiet success Poll: Majority of Republicans agree media is 'enemy of the people' White House staff offered discounts at Trump's NJ golf club: report MORE, who is also a presidential adviser, are fair game for criticism.

“We are adults, we’ve developed a bit of an armor,” he said. “But Barron and Tiffany should be 100 percent off-limits,” referring to his 12-year-old and 24-year-old siblings, respectively.

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