Eric Frederick Trump is Trump's third child and second son. His mother is Ivana Trump. He was born on Jan. 6, 1984 in Manhattan.
|2016.08.02||Eric Trump builds on a comment by his father that Ivanka Trump, claiming that his sister would not allow herself to be sexually assaulted because she is a "strong, powerful woman" theguardian.com (See also Ivanka Trump, Women)|
He implies that victims of sexual assault in the workplace are weak and "allow" the assault.
|2016.10.11||Eric Trump defends his father bragging about sexually assaulting women with, "He just has an alpha personality." usatoday.com|
|2016.11.09||Eric Trump sits in on a meeting between his father and potential cabinet member Mitt Romney, "despite concerns surrounding the transition team that Mr Trump's family ... are too close to the president-elect’s dealings". webcache.googleusercontent.com (See also Nepotism)|
|2016.11.14||Eric Trump helps arrange a phone call between Trump and Argentine President Mauricio Macri, after which Trump’s Argentine partner makes new effort to promote stalled plan. washingtonpost.com (See also Conflicts of Interest, Argentina, Nepotism, Presidential Transition)|
|2016.11.21||Trump's kids are his closest advisors. fortune.com (See also Donald Trump Jr, Ivanka Trump, Jared Kushner, Conflicts of Interest)|
|2016.12.02||The Trump Winery, given to Eric Trump by his father, petitions the Labor Department for six H2 visas, which permit U.S. employers to hire foreigners for seasonal jobs. Trump oversees the Labor Department. washingtonpost.com (See also Conflicts of Interest)|
|2016.12.04||Eric Trump: "The Sad Truth: The Cost Of Stein/Clinton's #Wisconsin Vote Recount Could Have Saved At Least 5,000 Children's Lives." twitter.com (See also 2016 Election)|
|2016.12.14||Eric Trump attends a meeting between his father and tech industry executives. usatoday.com (See also Nepotism)|
The A-list group of founders and CEO strike a conciliatory tone after months of resisting his campaign.
|2016.12.16||Eric Trump cancels an auction for his foundation that offered the winning bidders coffee with his sister Ivanka Trump. nytimes.com (See also Ivanka Trump, Conflicts of Interest)|
|2016.12.20||Eric and his brother Donald Trump Jr announce "Camouflage and Cufflinks" fundraiser in which they are selling access to themselves (for $500,000) during a hunting trip and (for $1 million) access to their father. politico.com (See also Donald Trump Jr, Corruption)|
|2016.12.21||Eric Trump announces he will stop directly soliciting contributions for his charitable foundation. nytimes.com (See also Corruption)|
|2017.01.06||St. Jude Children's Research Hospital confirms that Eric Trump has helped raise $16.3 million for the hospital over the past decade. nytimes.com|
|2017.01.10||Eric Trump resigns from his foundation, which will run in his absence without his name attached. washingtonpost.com (See also Conflicts of Interest)|
|2017.01.11||Trump announces that his two eldest sons, Donald Jr. and Eric Trump, will control his sprawling real estate business. forbes.com (See also Donald Trump Jr, The Trump Organization, Conflicts of Interest)|
|2017.01.25||Trump Hotels to triple US properties in defiance of 'no new deals' pledge. theguardian.com (See also Conflicts of Interest, The Trump Organization, Trump Business)|
|2017.02.03||Eric Trump takes business trip to Uruguay and costs taxpayers $97,830 in hotel bills. washingtonpost.com|
|2017.02.23||Eric Trump’s brother-in-law lands an Energy Department job. axios.com (See also Nepotism, Department of Energy)|
|2017.03.04||Trump sons plan new hotel chain that would extend the company’s reach into dozens of cities, including locations where the Trumps made connections during their White House bid. washingtonpost.com (See also Conflicts of Interest, Trump Business, Donald Trump Jr)|
|2017.03.24||After Trump promised to separate himself from his business Eric Trump reveals he will continue to give his father quarterly financial update reports on the company. forbes.com (See also Trump Business, First 100 Days)|
|2017.06.06||Trump shifted charitable donations for children with cancer into his businesses. forbes.com (See also Corruption, Unpresidential Behavior)|
The president directed hundreds of thousands of dollars from his son's kids-with-cancer foundation into his company coffers.
|2017.06.13||Since Trump won the Republican nomination, the majority of his companies' real estate sales are to secretive shell companies that obscure the buyers' identities. usatoday.com (See also Corruption, Unpresidential Behavior, Donald Trump Jr, Conflicts of Interest, Legal Activity)|
Profits from sales of those properties flow through a trust run by Trump's sons. Trump is the sole beneficiary of the trust and can withdraw cash at any time.
|2017.06.16||By rolling back Obama-era policies that allowed more private business investment in Cuba, Trump undermines a growth area for his hotel and resort competitors who have raced in recent years to establish a foothold in a lucrative new market. washingtonpost.com (See also Conflicts of Interest, Foreign Policy, Cuba)|
|2017.08.07||Trump’s daughter-in-law is “running the show” at his Trump TV project funded by his reelection campaign. thedailybeast.com (See also Trump Family, Assaults on Facts, Attempts to Discredit Media, Fascism)|
The quasi-propaganda videos are made in Trump Tower, overseen by the president’s daughter-in-law, and using campaign cash to pay for them.
|2018.01.12||More than one-fifth of Donald Trump’s US condominiums have been purchased since the 1980s in secretive, all-cash transactions that enable buyers to avoid legal scrutiny by shielding their finances and identities. buzzfeed.com (See also Trump Business, Criminality, Ivanka Trump, Donald Trump Jr, Department of the Treasury, Trump Relationship with Russia)|
More than 1,300 Trump condominiums were bought by shell companies, without a mortgage, which are key characteristics that the buyer is laundering money.
|2018.01.15||Sixty-four trade groups, foreign governments, Republican candidates and others stayed at or held events at properties linked to Donald Trump during his first year in office, representing "unprecedented conflicts of interest" because Trump has not divested from properties he owns or that carry his name. reuters.com (See also Conflicts of Interest, Donald Trump Jr)|
|2018.11.23||A New York state judge rejected Donald Trump’s request to dismiss a lawsuit in which New York’s attorney general accused him of misusing his namesake foundation to advance his 2016 presidential campaign and his businesses. reuters.com (See also Corruption, Trump Business, Ivanka Trump, Donald Trump Jr, Legal Activity)|
The judge said that the US Constitution did not immunize Trump from the lawsuit, and prosecutors could pursue claims alleging breach of fiduciary duty, improper self-dealing, and misuse of assets belonging to the Donald J. Trump Foundation.
|2018.12.18||Donald Trump has agreed to shut down his embattled personal charity and to give away its remaining money amid allegations that he used the foundation for his personal and political benefit. washingtonpost.com (See also Trump Business, Criminality, Corruption, Legal Activity, Ivanka Trump, Donald Trump Jr, 2016 Campaign)|
The agreement with the New York attorney general comes amid an ongoing lawsuit against the charity and Trump and his three eldest children, who allegedly allowed “persistently illegal conduct” at the foundation.
Eric Trump is the executive vice president of development and acquisitions for The Trump Organization.
He is the owner of Trump Winery.
He oversees his father's 18 golf clubs.
Eric Trump Foundation
Eric Trump founded The Eric Trump Foundation in 2006. The foundation's site states its mission as, "raising money for children battling life-threatening diseases at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital."
Eric Trump has repeatedly overstated the foundation's size. In 2015, he said his group was "one of the largest foundations anywhere in the country, anywhere in the world", but the foundation is a small- to medium-sized charity. (Source: Associated Press) The foundation's site boasts of $30 million pledged for St. Jude, but that figure includes future donations to the hospital, not donations to date. The same AP article indicates that the foundation has raised $7.3 million. A New York Times article states that the charity raises, "about $5 million a year." St. Jude Children's Research Hospital confirmed in January 2017 that Eric Trump had donated $16.3 million over the past decade.