Donald and Melania Trump: at 18, their son Barron officially enters the political arena

Donald and Melania Trump: at 18, their son Barron officially enters the political arena
Donald and Melania Trump: at 18, their son Barron officially enters the political arena

It’s Barron Trump’s turn to enter politics. When he was only 18 years old, Donald and Melania Trump’s youngest son, Barron, decided to officially enter the political arena, according to an article published by People. Yet discreet, he was chosen by several close friends to represent Florida as a delegate to the Republican National Convention next July, according to a list of delegates obtained for the first time by NBC News. An announcement which must have cooled his older brothers and sisters who have long enjoyed the political spotlight. Barron will graduate from a private high school in West Palm Beach in a few days, but this delegate status marks his most prominent political role to date and indicates he may play a more visible role in the future.

Three of Trump’s older children, including Don Jr, Eric and Tiffany, as well as Don Jr’s fiancée, Kimberly Guilfoyle, and Tiffany’s husband, Michael Boulos, were also selected as delegates in Florida. Former White House advisers Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner preferred to be absent from the list of delegates. These new representatives will travel to Milwaukee next July for the Republican National Convention. Their goal will be to vote for former President Donald Trump, who won the Florida Republican primary last March.

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Barron Trump begins to create his public image

Even though he has always been discreet, Barron Trump has never hidden his desire to follow in his father’s footsteps. A Source had also confided to Daily Mailthis Wednesday, May 8, that he had his place in politics: “Barron is handsome, tall and very cultured for someone his age. He is also much more interested in politics than you might think. I see in him all the attributes of a future president, if he has one. has the desire. And why not? He has Trump’s genes.” This role as delegate to the Republican National Convention will undoubtedly allow him to create a public image. An image that he has already created. Recently, he had dinner with businessman Patrick Bet-David. A meeting which only marks the beginning of a promising political future for young Barron.

Article written with the collaboration of 6medias

Photo credits: STARMAX / BESTIMAGE

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