Republican National Convention selects Trump children as Florida delegates - Politico

Barron, Donald and Melania Trump
Barron, Donald and Melania Trump

The 18-year-old youngest son of former President Donald Trump, Barron Trump, was nominated as Florida state delegate by the Republican National Convention held on May 8, Politico reported, citing a copy of the vote results.

Other Trump children were also selected as Florida delegates, including Eric Trump as its delegation chair, Donald Trump Jr. and Tiffany Boulos, formerly Trump, as well as her husband Michael Boulos.

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Barron “is very interested in our nation’s political process,” a Trump campaign official said.

Donald Trump recently lamented that he wouldn’t be able to see Barron graduate high school given his trial in Manhattan involving hush-money payments to an adult film actress. But the judge allowed him to attend next week’s ceremony at Oxbridge Academy in suburban West Palm Beach.

Barron hasn’t yet made public his plans after the graduation.

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The delegates will address the Republican National Convention in Milwaukee in July.

Ivanka Trump is the only one of Donald Trump’s five children who is staying out of politics after being a senior adviser in the Trump administration. 

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