Donald Trump will be inducted by his 18-year-old son at the Republican convention

Donald Trump will be inducted by his 18-year-old son at the Republican convention
Donald Trump will be inducted by his 18-year-old son at the Republican convention

The Republican Party of Florida has designated Barron Trump, a high school student just 18 years old, to be one of the delegates called to officially nominate his father Donald as candidate for the US presidential election in November.

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His presence on the list of 42 names, alongside his big brothers Eric and Don Jr, exposes the importance of family in the political dynasty that the former president is trying to establish, who also recently appointed his step-in-law. daughter Lara as co-chair of the Republican Party nationally.

Barron Trump is, according to NBC News which revealed the information, expected to attend his high school’s graduation ceremony next week, after turning 18 in March.

This is a first for Donald Trump’s youngest child, who had until then escaped the spotlight.

Ivanka Trump, advisor to her father when he was in the White House but now retired from politics, is not on the list.

These three sons of Donald Trump, like all the delegates from Florida, will join hundreds of others in two months to formally induct their candidate, after his large victory in the primaries.

This party convention, a high mass which places the candidate on a launching pad for the campaign, will be held in Milwaukee, in the north of the country, from July 15 to 18.

As in 2020, Donald Trump will face Democrat Joe Biden in the presidential election on November 5.

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