Barron Trump: Watch: Barron Trump gets standing ovation at Trump rally in Florida

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Donald Trump’s youngest son, Barron Trump, received a standing ovation at his father’s Florida rally. It was quite a debut for the youngster whose height is a matter of pride for his father. At 18, Barron turned and waved to the crowd at Trump’s Doral golf course as his father praised his intelligence, demeanour, and growing popularity. “This is a young man.He just turned 18—oh, look at this,” the 78-year-old former president said, pausing as the crowd’s cheers grew louder.

Barron Trump met with huge cheers as he joins his father at Florida rally

Recently, Barron was seen riding in a golf cart with his father in a leaked video where Trump criticized President Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris following the June 27 debate.In May, Barron was invited to be a Florida delegate at the Republican National Convention but declined the offer. Standing at 6-foot-7, Barron towers over his father and has largely stayed out of the political spotlight. The Trump family has not yet announced which college Barron will attend this fall.

Barron Trump: What you ought to know

Barron Trump is the only child of former First Lady Melania Trump and former President Donald Trump. While his dad was in office, from 2017 to 2021, Barron was the only one of the president’s five children to reside in the White House. Although Barron has occasionally appeared beside his father, he largely stayed out of the public eye in his youth.
Barron William Trump was born on March 20, 2006, in New York City. His parents are former President Donald Trump, who first gained fame as a real estate mogul, and former First Lady Melania Trump, who was previously a model.
As the youngest of the former president’s five children from his three marriages, Barron has four half-siblings: Don Jr., Ivanka, Eric, and, Tiffany. However, he was effectively raised as an only child because he is between 13 and 29 years younger than his siblings. Although he and Tiffany could have shared part of their childhoods, she was raised in the Los Angeles area after her mother, Marla Maples, and Donald Sr. divorced in 1999.

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