Barron Trump Is Officially Entering Politics

Donald Trump’s youngest son is officially making his foray into his family’s political mafia.

The Republican National Convention has selected Barron Trump, the 18-year-old son of the former president, to serve as a delegate for the state of Florida at this year’s GOP presidential nomination convention this summer— where he is expected to vote for his father.

Trump’s daughter-in-law, Lara Trump, is serving as co-chair of the Republican National Committee and, according to a list of delegates obtained by several news outlets, the convention will be a family affair. Three of his adult children, Donald Trump Jr., Eric Trump, and Tiffany Trump, have also been tapped to serve as delegates for their father.

While Trump’s youngest child has been out of the spotlight both during and after his father’s presidency, Trump himself has clearly grown more comfortable leveraging Barron’s name as a political weapon. Trending ‘Word Salad’: Andrew Huberman’s Cannabis Claims Slammed by Experts Brian Wilson Placed in Conservatorship as Daughters Win Consultation Rights Meet the Voice Behind Randy Travis’s New Song Hear the Journey Tune Steve Perry Rerecorded With Steve Lukather’s Son

Last month, Trump repeatedly claimed that Judge Juan Merchan — who is overseeing his ongoing criminal hush-money trial — had barred him from attending Barron’s high school graduation ceremony later this month, despite the judge having submitted no such order.

On April 30, Merchan ruled that the court would be excused on May 17 to allow the defendant to attend his son’s graduation. But despite his public griping that securing permission was ever even a question, Trump has already packed the day of his son’s milestone with campaign events. According to Minnesota news station KFGO, Trump will headline the Republican Party of Minnesota’s annual Lincoln Reagan Dinner that same night.

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