WHERE ARE THEY NOW: First kids of the United States

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President Barack Obama with his daughters Sasha (left) and Malia.Chip Somodevilla / Getty Images
  • Children of US presidents are in the public eye almost as much as their parents.

  • Some first kids follow their parents into politics, while others steer clear of the limelight.

  • Many remain involved with their parents' foundations and presidential libraries.

Children of US presidents are in the public eye almost as much as their famous parents. Some first kids have followed their parents into politics, while others have preferred to stay out of the limelight.

As evidenced by Hunter Biden's ongoing firearms trial, even adult children of presidents aren't exempt from public scrutiny.

Here's what every living child of a former US president is doing now.

Melissa Stanger, Melia Robinson, and James Pasley contributed to previous versions of this article. It was originally published in 2015 and has been updated annually since 2021.

Caroline Kennedy, daughter of President John F. Kennedy and first lady Jacqueline Kennedy, was just 3 years old when she moved into the White House in 1961.

Caroline Kennedy, wearing red shoes, perches on a swing set on the White House lawn
Caroline Kennedy perches on a swing set on the White House lawn.CORBIS/Corbis via Getty Images

After John F. Kennedy was assassinated in 1963, Jacqueline Kennedy moved the family to Manhattan.

Caroline Kennedy went on to attend Radcliffe College and Columbia Law School, according to Encyclopedia Britannica.

Kennedy served as the US ambassador to Japan for three years.

Former Ambassador Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg presents the 2019 Profile in Courage Award to U.S. House Speaker Pelosi in Boston
Caroline Kennedy.Brian Snyder/Reuters

Kennedy was the first woman to serve as ambassador to Japan, AP News reported. During her tenure, former President Barack Obama strengthened his relationship with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. She resigned from the job shortly after President Donald Trump was sworn in in 2017.

The former attorney also serves as president of the JFK Presidential Library and has written bestselling books on constitutional law, American history, and poetry.

In 2019, she presented House Speaker Nancy Pelosi with the John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage Award, The Huffington Post reported.

Caroline is married to American designer Edwin Schlossberg and they have three children.

President Lyndon B. Johnson's daughter, Lynda Bird Johnson, held her wedding at the White House in 1967.

President Lyndon Johnson escorts daughter Lynda Bird Johnson on her wedding day.
President Lyndon Johnson escorts daughter Lynda prior to her wedding ceremony in the East Room of the White House.Bettmann/Contributor/Getty Images

Lynda Bird Johnson married Chuck Robb, who went on to serve as the governor of Virginia from 1982 to 1986 and the state's senator from 1989 to 2001.

The bride wore a gown designed by Geoffrey Beene, embellished with buttons at the high neck and down the princess-line seams.

Today, Johnson Robb advocates for equal rights for women and minorities.

Lynda Bird Johnson Robb speaks in Washington in 2013.
Lynda Bird Johnson Robb.Carolyn Kaster/AP

The former Virginia first lady is the oldest living child of a US president at 80 years old. In the '70s, she chaired the President's Advisory Committee for Women to help carry out former President Jimmy Carter's mandate to promote gender equality, according to the White House Historical Association.

Johnson Robb, whose father signed the 1964 Civil Rights Act and 1965 Voting Rights Act, spoke at the 50th anniversary ceremony of the March on Washington and attended the remembrance banquet for the 50th anniversary of the "Bloody Sunday" assault in Selma, Alabama.

She has openly supported same-sex marriage, and she and her sister, Luci, told Katie Couric in an interview in 2014 that she believes her father would have, too, The Huffington Post reported.

In 2019, the Johnson sisters christened a warship bearing their father's name by smashing champagne bottles against the ship, AP News reported.

The younger Johnson daughter, Luci Baines Johnson, also had a White House wedding.

Luci Baines Johnson at her wedding at the White House in 1966
Luci Baines Johnson and Pat Nugent with their wedding cake at the White House in 1966.Bettmann/Contributor/Getty Images

Baines Johnson married Patrick Nugent in 1966 in a gown designed by Priscilla Kidder.

The couple held their ceremony at the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception and their wedding reception in the East Room of the White House. They had four children and divorced in 1979.

Baines Johnson then married investor Ian J. Turpin in 1984.

Baines Johnson now chairs the private holding company her mother founded 70 years ago.

Luci Baines Johnson smiles and looks off to the side
Luci Baines Johnson.Jay Janner-Pool/Getty Images

Baines Johnson and Turpin took the helm of LBJ Asset Management Partners in the late '80s and completely turned the business around during the economic crisis.

In 2020, she took part in a Facebook live event supporting Texas Democrats, the Austin American-Statesman reported.

President Richard Nixon's daughter, Tricia Nixon Cox, held her wedding in the White House Rose Garden in 1971.

Tricia Nixon's wedding in the White House Rose Garden in 1971
Edward Finch Cox and Tricia Nixon Cox at their wedding.Bettmann/Contributor/Getty Images

Tricia Nixon and Edward Finch Cox met at a high school dance in 1963 and dated throughout college, according to the Richard Nixon Foundation.

Their wedding was the first to be held outdoors in the White House Rose Garden.

Today, Nixon Cox lives a quiet life with her family in Manhattan.

Patricia Nixon Cox speaks as an event
Tricia Nixon Cox.T. J. Kirkpatrick/Getty Images

Nixon Cox accompanied her father on many campaign stops and state trips during his presidency, but has largely steered clear of the spotlight since.

Trisha serves as a trustee of the Richard Nixon Foundation, according to the foundation's official website.

She and Cox celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary in 2021 with an event at the Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum, The Orange County Register reported. They have one son, Christopher.

Julie Nixon Eisenhower, who married President Dwight Eisenhower's grandson in 1968, volunteered as a White House tour guide during her father's presidency.

Julie Nixon at the White House in 1969
Julie Nixon Eisenhower leading a tour at the White House.Bettmann/Contributor/Getty Images

In the summer of 1969, Nixon Eisenhower led tours of the White House for people with impaired vision.

"Children and adults felt the scaled serpent legs of the wooden Empire sofa in the Red Room, enjoyed the smoothness of the silk tassels on the draperies in the Green Room, and touched the cool silver of the two-hundred-year-old coffee urn that had belonged to John and Abigail Adams," she wrote in a biography of her mother titled "Pat Nixon: The Untold Story," according to the White House Historical Association.

Nixon Eisenhower has written several biographies and serves as a trustee of her father's presidential library.

Julie Nixon Eisenhower smiles at the camera
Julie Nixon Eisenhower.Cliff Owen/AP

A staunch supporter of her father after the Watergate scandal, Nixon Eisenhower went on to establish a career as an author.

In addition to writing a biography about her mother and a cookbook for children, she and her husband, David Eisenhower, authored a memoir about her grandfather-in-law called "Going Home to Glory: A Memoir of Life with Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1961-1969."

She also chaired the President's Commission on White House Fellowships from 2002 to 2006, according to the Nixon Foundation.

Michael Ford (first on the right) had recently married Gayle Ann Brumbaugh when his father, President Gerald Ford, took office.

The Ford family in the Oval Office of the White House
From left to right: Steve Ford, John Ford, first lady Betty Ford, President Gerald Ford, Susan Ford, daughter-in-law Gayle Ann Ford, and her husband Michael Ford.White House Photos/Getty Images

Michael was also a student at Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary, an evangelical seminary in Massachusetts, according to the Gerald Ford Foundation.

Michael spent 36 years overseeing campus life at Wake Forest University.

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Michael Ford.Rex Larsen-Pool/Getty

Michael Ford, who went by "Mike," returned to his alma mater, Wake Forest University, in 1981 as associate dean of campus life. He retired in 2017 after 36 years, Wake Forest Magazine reported. He serves as a trustee of the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Foundation, according to its official website.

John "Jack" Gardner Ford was known as the president's "free-spirited, shaggy-haired son," according to the Los Angeles Times

John "Jack" Gardner Ford at the White House in 1975
John "Jack" Gardner Ford (right) with White House photographer David Hume Kennerly at the White House.David Hume Kennerly/Getty Images

During Ford's presidency, Jack studied at Utah State University and worked as a park ranger at Yellowstone National Park during the summers, according to the Miller Center at the University of Virginia.

Jack became an entrepreneur.

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Jack Ford.Tasos Katopodis/Getty

Jack grew into a successful entrepreneur. The startup he cofounded, California Infotech, provided electronic information kiosks to shopping malls, author Doug Wead wrote in "All the Presidents' Children." He also helped launch Outside magazine.

After appearing at half a dozen Republican National Conventions, Jack served as executive director of the San Diego host committee for the RNC in 1996, the Hartford Courant reported.

In 1989, he married Juliann Felando.

Steven Ford was 18 years old when his father became president.

Steven Ford, son of Gerald Ford, at the White House
Steven Ford (second from the left) chats with White House staff.David Hume Kennerly/Getty Images

Known as the "charmer of the family" according to the Miller Center, Steven worked as a ranch hand in Utah, Montana, and Idaho instead of going straight to college.

Steven became an actor, appearing in "The Young and The Restless" and several Hollywood blockbusters.

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Steven Ford.Alex Wong/Getty

Steven joined the cast of the television soap opera "The Young and The Restless" in 1981, playing P.I. Andy Richards. After six seasons and a role reprisal in 2002, he has since appeared in a number of films, including "Armageddon," "Black Hawk Down," "When Harry Met Sally," and "Transformers."

Ford ended his tenure as chairman of the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Foundation in 2014, though he remains on the board of trustees. He continues to honor the legacy of his father's administration giving speeches across the country. His most requested talks are "Inside the White House and Hollywood" and "Getting to the Top with Character," according to Red Propeller Speakers Bureau.

In 1975, 17-year-old Susan Ford held her senior prom in the East Room of the White House.

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Susan Ford and Sandcastle front man Billy Etheridge dance at the 1975 Holton Arms School Senior Prom.CORBIS/Corbis via Getty Images

The youngest of the Ford children, Susan lived in the White House full-time. Her senior class raised all the funds for the prom, including the fee for bands Sandcastle and the Outerspace Band, and elected her prom queen, Vanity Fair reported. It remains the only prom to have ever been held in the White House.

Susan also took up photography under the mentorship of White House photographer David Kennerly, according to the Miller Center.

Susan has since worked as a photojournalist, breast cancer advocate, and a trustee of the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Foundation.

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Susan Ford Bales.Getty

Ford Bales worked as a photojournalist for the Associated Press, Newsweek, Money Magazine, Ladies Home Journal, the Topeka Capital-Journal, and the Omaha Sun, according to the White House Historical Association. She has also written two novels set in the White House, "Double Exposure: A First Daughter Mystery"  and "Sharp Focus."

Ford Bales launched National Breast Cancer Awareness Month in conjunction with her mother, and she succeeded her mother as chairwoman of the Betty Ford Center, according to the Gerald R. Ford Foundation. She has also called for better efforts to identify causes and cures to heart disease, after suffering a sudden cardiac arrest herself in 2013.

She married Charles Vance, one of her father's former secret service agents, in 1978, The Washington Post reported. They had two children before divorcing in 1988. She later married attorney Vaden Bales.

She served as a trustee of the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Foundation from 1982 until her retirement in June 2023.

John William "Jack" Carter is President Jimmy Carter and first lady Rosalynn Carter's oldest son.

President Jimmy Carter and his extended family.
A portrait of President Jimmy Carter and his extended family. Jack Carter is third from the left, holding son Jason James Carter.CORBIS/Corbis via Getty Images

Jack and his then-wife Judy had a young son of their own, Jason James, when Jimmy Carter took office.

Jack ran for a Nevada seat in the US Senate.

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Jack Carter.John Locher/AP

In 2006, Jack ran for the first major office the Carter family has sought since 1980. He sealed the Democratic nomination for a US Senate seat in Nevada, but was unsuccessful against an incumbent Republican senator in the general election.

Jack spent most of his career in the investment and finance industry, The New York Times reported. He has been married twice and has two children.

James Earl "Chip" Carter worked for his family's peanut farming business.

Chip Carter at Jimmy Carter's inaugural ball
Chip Carter and Caron Griffith at President Jimmy Carter's Inaugural Ball.Mikki Ansin/Getty Images

He attended his father's inaugural ball with his then-wife Caron Griffith in 1977, where they were interviewed by American gossip columnist Rona Barrett.

Chip has since participated in the Democratic National Committee and served as a member of Plains City Council.

A photo of James "Chip" Carter speaking during a tribute service for former first lady Rosalynn Carter.
James "Chip" Carter speaks during a tribute service for former first lady Rosalynn Carter.Andrew Harnik/AP Photos

Chip worked as president and CEO at Friendship Force, a not-for-profit that organized international exchanges for homestays, The Intelligencer reported.

He has been married three times and has a son and a daughter, according to the New Georgia Encyclopedia.

His son James Carter IV — the grandson of Jimmy Carter — made headlines during the 2012 presidential election after he helped unearth the infamous "47%" video that ostracized nominee Mitt Romney. James Carter IV later received a thank-you note from former President Barack Obama, CBS News reported.

Donnel Jeffrey "Jeff" Carter and his wife, Annette, were newlyweds when they moved into the White House with his parents.

Jeff Carter, son of Jimmy Carter, with wife Annette
Jeff Carter, the son of President Jimmy Carter, with his wife, Annette.Wally McNamee/CORBIS/Corbis via Getty Images

Jeff and Annette met at Georgia Southwestern University and married in 1975 during Jimmy Carter's presidential campaign. They spent the first years of their married life in the White House.

"While living in the White House, Jeff and Annette helped host everybody from Bob Dylan to Pope John Paul II," their son Josh wrote in Annette's obituary in September 2021 published on the website for Josh's podcast, Unchanging Principles. "In some of Annette's favorite White House memories, she greeted the cast of Star Wars after the release of 'A New Hope' and John Travolta after he starred in 'Saturday Night Fever' and 'Grease.' These experiences were quite extraordinary for Jeff and Annette's first few years of marriage."

Jeff launched a computer-electronics company.

Jeff Carter, son of Jimmy Carter, in 2005
Jeff Carter volunteering with Habitat for Humanity.R. Diamond/WireImage/Getty Images

Jeff co-founded Computer Mapping Consultants, a firm that became a consultancy for the World Bank in 1978 and held foreign government contracts, The Bryan Times reported.

He and Annette had three children together. In 2018, their 28-year-old son Jeremy died from a suspected heart attack.

President Jimmy Carter's youngest child, Amy Carter, was 9 years old when her father's presidency began.

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Rosalynn Carter, Jimmy Carter, and Amy Carter on the South Lawn of the White House,HUM Images/Universal Images Group via Getty Images

Amy had a pet Siamese cat named Misty who accompanied her to Camp David and took up residence in her doll house.

Amy illustrated a children's book that her father wrote.

Amy Carter at Rosalynn Carter's funeral
Amy Carte at a tribute service for her mother, Rosalynn Carter.Brynn Anderson-Pool/Getty Images

Amy became a political activist in the '80s and '90s, and she was even arrested at a CIA recruitment protest. She later received a master's degree from Tulane in art history and wed computer consultant James Wentzel in 1996. At her wedding ceremony she was not given away, saying she did not belong to anyone, People magazine reported. She had one child with Wentzel, a son named Hugo James Wentzel. They later divorced, and she married John Joseph "Jay" Kelly in 2007. They share another son, Errol Carter Kelly, the Americus Times-Recorder reported.

Amy worked with her dad on the 1995 children's book "The Little Baby Snoogle-Fleejer," which Jimmy wrote and she illustrated, about a boy who befriends a monster, but she has otherwise stayed out of public life.

Michael Reagan was adopted by Ronald Reagan and his first wife, Jane Wyman, three years before the couple divorced.

Ronald Reagan with son Michael Reagan boarding Marine One in 1988
President Ronald Reagan with son Michael Reagan in the doorway of Marine One.Diana Walker/Getty Images

He is the last living child of Reagan's first marriage.

Michael became a successful radio talk-show host.

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Michael Reagan.Getty Images

After a stint working in aerospace, the powerboat-racing enthusiast found his niche as a political radio talk-show host, according to his official website.

In his retirement, Michael writes op-eds for outlets such as The Washington Examiner, contributes to Newsmax Media, and serves as president of The Reagan Legacy Foundation.

Michael has been married twice and has two children.

Reagan's daughter, Patti Davis, followed in her father's footsteps as an actress.

The Reagan family on Christmas in the White House.
President Ronald Reagan and first lady Nancy Reagan with daughter Patti Davis (right), and son Ron Jr. and his wife Doria (left) at the White House on Christmas.Bettmann/Contributor/Getty Images

During the 1980s, she appeared in TV movies such as "Curse of the Pink Panther" and "For Ladies Only," as well as shows like "Romance Theatre" and "The Love Boat."

She didn't always have the easiest relationship with her parents — she wrote a tell-all memoir detailing "her father's emotional abandonment of her, her mother's cruelty, and the family's bitter rivalries, uncontrollable rage, and dark secrets," according to the book's Amazon listing.

Patti married Paul Grilley in 1984, People magazine reported. They divorced in 1990.

Davis is the author of multiple fiction and nonfiction novels.

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Patti Davis.Associated Press/Chris Pizzello

Davis has opened up about struggling with a number of personal obstacles, including drug addiction, self-harm, and an eating disorder, and published more than half a dozen works.

She blogs regularly on her website and in 2017, wrote an editorial for The Daily Beast on her father's shooter called "Don't Let My Dad's Shooter Go Free." In 2019, she told Yahoo News her father would be "horrified" about democracy during the era of President Donald Trump.

She released her latest memoir, "Floating in the Deep End: How Caregivers Can See Beyond Alzheimer's," in 2021.

In 2023, she wrote an opinion piece for The New York Times expressing regret for publishing her tell-all memoir that "flung open the gates of our troubled family life."

Ron Reagan Jr. dropped out of Yale to become a professional ballet dancer.

Nancy Reagan hugs Ron Reagan Jr after a ballet performance
President Reagan watching Ron hug Nancy after a ballet performance.Owen Franken/Corbis via Getty Images

As a member of the Joffrey Ballet, Reagan Jr. danced in John Cranko's ''The Taming of the Shrew'' at City Center, Frederick Ashton's ''Illuminations,'' Mr. Cranko's ''Pineapple Poll,'' and Antony Tudor's ''Offenbach in the Underworld.'' He left the ballet company in 1983, The New York Times reported.

Reagan Jr. now provides political analysis as an MSNBC contributor.

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Ron Reagan.Getty Images

Reagan Jr. tried his hand at a number of careers before arriving in journalism and joining MSNBC as a political analysis contributor. He has expressed strong opposition to Trump.

Unlike his father, Reagan Jr. has very liberal political views. The "unabashed atheist" recorded a comical PSA for the Freedom From Religion Foundation, which ran during Comedy Central's "The Daily Show" and "The Colbert Report" in 2014, the Los Angeles Times reported.

He married Doria Palmieri, a clinical psychologist, in 1980. She died in 2014, and he married Federica Basagni in 2018, The Daily Beast reported.

George W. Bush, the oldest of President George H.W. Bush and Barbara Bush's children, went to Yale and worked in the oil business before venturing into politics himself.

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George W. Bush (first on right) at his father's inauguration.Diana Walker/Getty Images

George W. Bush campaigned for his father in 1988 and purchased the Texas Rangers baseball team a year later. He served as governor of Texas from 1995 to 2000.

He served as president from 2001 to 2009, and he has since taken up painting.

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George W. Bush.Alex Brandon / Pool / Getty

George W. Bush served as the 43rd president at the start of the war in Iraq. He was criticized for his handling of the "War on Terror," Hurricane Katrina, and other challenges, The New York Times reported.

He has mostly steered clear of politics since leaving office, but he called for the end of the partial government shutdown on Instagram in 2019. Bush posted a photo featuring him and his wife, Laura Bush, handing pizza over to their Secret Service detail, who were working without pay.

In 2021, he revealed that he wrote in Condoleezza Rice's name on his 2020 election ballot.

"She knows it," he told People magazine. "But she told me she would refuse to accept the office."

He also gave the maximum allowed political contributions to Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney and Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski, two Republicans who supported impeaching Trump over the January 6 Capitol riot.

Today, he is enjoying retirement as a grandfather and an artist. In 2021, he released a book of paintings titled, "Out of Many, One: Portraits of America's Immigrants." His friendship with former first lady Michelle Obama has also made headlines.

John Ellis "Jeb" Bush stayed in close contact with his father's administration as he pursued his own political ambitions.

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President George H.W. Bush speaks in 1991 as Jeb Bush and Barbara Bush look on.Dirck Halstead/Getty Images

Jeb transitioned from corporate life to public office in the '80s, first as the chairman of the Dade County Republican Party and eventually as governor of Florida.

Jeb frequently wrote letters to his father during his presidency with various requests, ranging from suggestions for appointees for United States attorney to meetings with Motorola. The New York Times reported in 2015 that Jeb's requests often served to reward supporters and build out his own political connections.

After serving as governor of Florida and running for president in 2015, Jeb became a college professor.

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Jeb Bush.Getty Images/Bryan Bedder

During his presidential campaign, he released 33 years of tax returns — the most ever made public by a presidential candidate — as a sign to voters that he valued transparency.

Since his presidential run, Jeb has been spending time teaching, first as a visiting fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School, then teaching a class at Texas A&M before being named presidential professor of practice at the University of Pennsylvania, the Tallahassee Democrat reported.

He published an op-ed in the Miami Herald in 2020 calling for a "student and parents 'bill of rights' that secures their right to access, quality and transparency."

He married Columba Garnica Gallo in 1974 and they have three children.

Neil Bush's experience with dyslexia inspired Barbara Bush's focus on childhood literacy programs as first lady.

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Neil Bush reads to elementary school children.Bettmann/Contributor/Getty Images

Neil earned a bachelor's degree and an MBA from Tulane University. He founded the educational software company Ignite! Learning in 1999 after struggling with dyslexia as a child, KHOU 11 reported.

An international businessman, Neil currently chairs the board of directors at Points of Light, the philanthropic group his father founded.

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Neil Bush.Getty Images

In addition to Points of Light, Neil chairs the Barbara Bush Houston Literacy Foundation, the Bush China US Relations Foundation, and several property development companies and consulting firms.

Neil married Sharon Bush and they had three children. In 2003, they divorced and he married Maria Andrews in 2004, CNN reported.

Marvin Bush attended the University of Virginia and worked in insurance.

Marvin Bush and Dorothy Bush at a gala in 1990
Marvin Bush (left) and Dorothy Bush.Ron Sachs/CNP/Getty Images

His family gave him the nickname "Marvelous," The New York Times reported.

Today, Marvin Bush is a managing partner at an investment firm in Washington, DC.

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Marvin Bush.Andrew Harnik/AP

Marvin is president of the Washington, DC-based investment firm Winston Capital Management, Bloomberg reported.

Marvin made headlines during the 2016 presidential election when he endorsed Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson over Trump after his brother Jeb's exit from the race, The Washington Times reported.

He married Margaret Conway in 1981 and they adopted two children.

Dorothy Bush Koch married former Democratic aide Robert "Bobby" Koch in a private ceremony at Camp David in 1992.

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Dorothy Bush Koch (right) and Bobby Koch at the 1992 Republican National Convention.CHRIS WILKINS/AFP via Getty Images

The private Camp David nuptials were Dorothy's second wedding. Koch previously worked as an aide to Rep. Richard Gephardt, a Democratic congressman from Missouri.

"I think every once in a while, even a president's family is entitled to something private," President Bush said, according to The Washington Post. "And certainly when it comes to the marriage of a daughter, that's the way we looked at it."

Bush Koch authored a book about her experience as a first kid.

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Dorothy Bush Koch.Getty Images

Dorothy is involved in a number of charities and philanthropies, and she serves as the honorary cochair of The Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy, according to its official website.

She published "My Father, My President: A Personal Account of the Life of George H. W. Bush," a memoir of her life as the 41st president's daughter. She also helped found a wellness company called Bright Bold & Real that educates people about mindfulness and holistic living.

She and Koch live in Maryland. She has four children, two of whom are from her first marriage.

Chelsea Clinton was 12 years old when Bill Clinton entered the White House.

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President Bill Clinton, first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton, and Chelsea Clinton.Dirck Halstead/Getty Images

The Clintons asked the media to give Chelsea privacy outside of public appearances, CNN reported, but she still faced intense scrutiny and ridicule from the likes of Rush Limbaugh and "Saturday Night Live."

She began studying at Stanford University in 1997.

Clinton serves as vice chair of the Clinton Foundation.

Chelsea Clinton speaks at an event
Chelsea Clinton.Rob Kim/Getty Images

Chelsea is currently vice chair of the Clinton Foundation, where she champions the group's advocacy work in global health and childhood obesity. She previously worked as a special correspondent for NBC News and earned two master's degrees, one in international relations from Oxford and one in public health from Columbia University, according to her bio on Columbia University's official website.

Chelsea has written several children's books, and she's active on X discussing public health and dealing with bullies.

While her mother, Hillary, lost the presidency to Trump, Chelsea said a future for her in politics was a "definite maybe," The Press Association reported in 2018.

She and her husband, Marc Mezvinsky, have three children.

President George W. Bush's older twin daughter, Barbara Pierce Bush, graduated from Yale during his presidency and moved to New York City.

Barbara Bush at fashion week in 2003
Barbara Bush.Sylvain Gaboury/FilmMagic/Getty Images

Barbara and her twin sister, Jenna, campaigned for their father and gave a speech at the 2004 Republican National Convention.

"Jenna and I are really not very political, but we love our dad too much to stand back and watch from the sidelines," Barbara said in the RNC speech according to a transcript published by Democracy Now. "We realized that this would be his last campaign, and we wanted to be a part of it. Besides, since we've graduated from college, we are looking around for something to do for the next few years. Kind of like Dad."

Bush went on to cofound Global Health Corps and support Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential campaign.

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Barbara Pierce Bush.Andrew Burton/Reuters

Within five years of graduating from Yale, Barbara cofounded Global Health Corps, a nonprofit that recruits young professionals to fight for better access to healthcare around the world. Before that, she worked at a children's hospital in South Africa and interned for UNICEF in Botswana.

Barbara's political views differ from her family's. She spoke out in support of same-sex marriage in 2011, The New York Times reported. She was also a noted Hillary Clinton supporter during the 2016 election, attending a campaign fundraiser in Paris, CNN reported.

In 2017, she and her sister, Jenna Hager Bush, released a memoir called "Sisters First" about growing up in a political dynasty.

In 2018, Barbara married screenwriter Craig Coyne at the Bush family's Walker Point compound in Maine, People magazine reported. They welcomed a daughter in 2021.

After working as executive-in-residence with Eric Schmidt's Schmidt Futures, she transitioned to leading the social responsibility department at the NBA, AP News reported.

The younger Bush twin, Jenna Bush Hager, graduated from the University of Texas at Austin in 2004 and began working in a DC charter school.

Jenna Bush dances with George W Bush at an inaugural ball
President George W. Bush dances with his daughter Jenna as first lady Laura Bush looks on at the inauguration.DON EMMERT/AFP via Getty Images

The younger of the Bushes' twin daughters, Jenna earned a degree in English and worked as a teacher's aide at a charter school in Washington, DC. She took a leave of absence in 2006 to work for UNICEF in Latin America before returning to the school, according to Lean In.

Bush Hager is now a host for NBC's "Today" show.

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Jenna Bush Hager.Richard Drew/AP

In 2008, Jenna released a book inspired by her work with UNICEF called "Ana's Story: A Journey of Hope."

She began working as a correspondent for NBC News in 2009 and was announced as the new host for the 10 o'clock hour of the "Today" show in 2019, People magazine reported.

Since taking over at "Today," her monthly book club has been so successful that it prompted Entertainment Weekly to dub her the new "book club queen."

She and her husband, Henry Hager, have three children.

Malia Obama was 10 years old when President Barack Obama took office.

Malia Obama runs with dog Bo on the White House lawn
Malia Obama runs with Bo on the South Lawn of the White House.SAUL LOEB/AFP via Getty Images

Malia attended Sidwell Friends School in Washington, DC.

In a 2015 appearance on "The Rachael Ray Show," Michelle Obama said that Malia's Secret Service detail taught her how to drive "because they wouldn't let me in the car with her."

Malia graduated from Harvard in 2021 and is reportedly working with Donald Glover on a new Amazon Prime show, "Hive."

Former president Barack Obama and his daughter Malia in 2016.
Former president Barack Obama and his daughter Malia.Kevin Lamarque/Reuters

Malia's interest in the entertainment industry began in high school. She interned on the canceled CBS series "Extant" in 2014, and she spent the summer of 2015 interning on Lena Dunham's HBO series "Girls," according to The Hollywood Reporter.

After graduating high school in 2016, she took a gap year where she interned at the now-defunct film studio The Weinstein Company, Newsweek reported.

In 2021, Donald Glover reportedly asked Malia to join the writing staff of his new Amazon show, "Hive," about a "Beyoncé-like" figure.

In 2024, she made her directorial debut at the Sundance Film Festival with a short film called "The Heart," which received lukewarm reviews.

At 7 years old, Sasha Obama was the youngest child to live in the White House since John F. Kennedy Jr.

Sasha Obama at the White House on inauguration day
Sasha Obama at President Barack Obama's inauguration.Charles Ommanney/Getty Images

Sasha also attended Sidwell Friends School, where she became close friends with President Joe Biden's granddaughter Maisy Biden. Sasha and Maisy played together on the school's Vipers basketball team, which Obama briefly coached before a rival team complained, Obama wrote in his memoir, "A Promised Land."

Sasha started college at the University of Michigan and transferred to the University of Southern California.

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Sisters Malia (left) and Sasha Obama.Olivier Douliery/Getty

In 2016, Sasha worked in the takeout window at Nancy's, a seafood restaurant on Martha's Vineyard, with six Secret Service agents in tow, the Boston Herald reported. Her and her sister's reaction to meeting "Deadpool" star Ryan Reynolds also went viral that same year.

She moved back home at the beginning of the pandemic and continued taking her college classes online, but Michelle Obama told Stephen Colbert on "The Late Show" that both Sasha and Malia eventually had enough quality time with their parents and moved out west.

"By the summer, we were like, 'OK, that's enough of you. I have nothing else to say,'" she said. "Our youngest, Sasha, who's not as talkative as our older one, is just like, 'I really have nothing to say to you. I just don't. I'm not even trying anymore.'"

Sasha graduated from USC with a degree in sociology in 2023, Essence reported.

Donald Trump Jr. served as executive vice president for the Trump organization and was instrumental in his father's presidential campaign.

Donald Trump Jr.
Donald Trump Jr.Brendan McDermid/Reuters

As executive vice president, Trump Jr. focused on expanding the commercial and real estate side of the business and appeared on "The Apprentice."

He played a key role in his father's election campaign, making $50,000 speeches on his behalf and famously meeting with a Russian lawyer at Trump Tower in June 2016 to get "dirt" on Clinton.

He and his ex-wife, Vanessa, with whom he shares five children, finalized their divorce in February 2018, and he began dating former Fox News host Kimberly Guilfoyle that May.

Trump Jr. continues to speak at Trump rallies, bought a house in Florida, and is engaged to Guilfoyle.

Donald Trump Jr. and Kimberly Guilfoyle at CPAC in 2021.
Donald Trump Jr. and Kimberly Guilfoyle at CPAC.Joe Raedle/Getty Images

In March 2021, Trump Jr. and Guilfoyle sold their house in the Hamptons for $8 million and purchased a $9.7 million home in the gated Admirals Cove neighborhood of Jupiter, Florida, about 20 minutes from Mar-a-Lago.

In January 2022, Guilfoyle posted a photo with Trump Jr. where she appeared to be wearing a diamond ring on her left ring finger. Guilfoyle confirmed their engagement in an Instagram post calling Trump Jr. her fiancé in February 2022.

In 2022, Trump Jr. was named — along with his father and two of his siblings, Ivanka and Eric — in a civil lawsuit filed by New York's attorney general Letitia James, who accused them of overvaluing the former president's assets by billions of dollars to banks and insurers. The defendants are fighting back against the lawsuit, claiming in 2023 that the Trump Organization can't be sued because the name is branding shorthand, not a legal entity.

Trump's daughter Ivanka served as an official advisor to her father in the White House.

Ivanka Trump 2019
Ivanka Trump.Yuri Gripas/Reuters

Ivanka Trump served as a White House advisor to her father beginning in early 2017. In 2018, she was criticized for using a personal account to send hundreds of government-related emails, The Washington Post reported.

Before that, she worked at the Trump Organization with her brothers, but she resigned to avoid any conflicts of interest. She also had her own Ivanka Trump fashion brand, which she shut down in 2018.

In her early life, she modeled for brands like Tommy Hilfiger and Versace. She later appeared on "The Apprentice" as well as an episode of "Gossip Girl".

She is married to real estate developer Jared Kushner, who was also an advisor in the Trump White House. They have three young children.

Since Trump's presidency, Ivanka and Kushner have bought multiple properties in Florida and continued work on Kushner's Abraham Accords Caucus.

Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump in Florida
Ivanka Trump on a walk with Jared Kushner in Florida.MEGA/GC Images

Ivanka and Kushner reportedly bought a $32 million empty lot in Indian Creek Village, Florida, known as Miami's "Billionaire Bunker," in December 2020. They then signed a lease for a "large, unfurnished unit" in the amenities-packed Arte Surfside condominium building in Surfside, Florida, for at least a year, The Wall Street Journal reported. They reportedly also added a $24 million mansion in Indian Creek Village to their Florida real estate profile, The Real Deal reported.

The Abraham Accords, which Kushner helped broker in August 2020, normalized relations between Israel and the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Sudan, and Morocco. During a visit to Israel in October 2021, Ivanka and Kushner met with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and attended an event at the Museum of Tolerance Jerusalem with former US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.

Ivanka cooperated with the House committee investigating the Capitol riot, appearing for eight hours of questioning in April 2022.

Like his older brother, Eric Trump worked as an executive vice president at the family business and appeared on "The Apprentice" before Trump's presidency.

Eric Trump
Eric Trump appears on the "Fox & friends" television program.AP/Richard Drew

In 2007, Eric created a charitable foundation to raise money for St. Jude Children's Research hospital in Tennessee, but he later stopped fundraising to avoid confusion around donations in the wake of his father's run to be president, NPR reported. In 2017, the foundation came under fire when a Forbes report alleged that thousands in donations were funneled to the Trump Organization. A spokesperson responded, "Contrary to recent reports, at no time did the Trump Organization profit in any way from the foundation or any of its activities."

In 2014, he married Lara Lea Yunaska. They have two children.

He is still a vice president at the Trump Organization, which is currently being investigated for fraud, and is a regular on Fox News.

Eric and Lara Trump exit Air Force One
Eric Trump and Lara Trump exit Air Force One following Biden's inauguration.Noam Galai/Getty Images

The New York attorney general is investigating the Trump Organization's financial dealings, and 2022 court filings detailed the AG office's accusations against the company, including improperly inflated property values. Donald Trump has denied all wrongdoing and accused the probes of being politically motivated.

Eric was subpoenaed in the investigation in late 2020, but he invoked the Fifth Amendment right more than 500 times when they were deposed in 2020, New York State Attorney General Letitia James' office said, according to court documents.

In March 2021, he and his wife, Lara Trump, bought a $3.2 million estate in Jupiter, Florida, inside the Trump National Golf Club gated community.

Eric has also made regular appearances on Fox News criticizing President Joe Biden's leadership.

Tiffany Trump was in law school when her father took office.

Tiffany Trump prepares to speak at the Republican Convention in Cleveland 2016.
Tiffany Trump prepares to speak at the Republican Convention in Cleveland..Carlo Allegri/Reuters

Tiffany is the only daughter from the president's second marriage to television personality Marla Maples.

When she was 14, she released a single called "Like A Bird," and she said she was considering becoming a professional singer on "The Oprah Winfrey Show." She was later profiled as one of the "Rich Kids of Instagram."

Tiffany is currently living in Miami with husband Michael Boulos, whom she married in November.

Tiffany Trump and Michael Boulos in Miami
Tiffany Trump and Michael Boulos.Sam Navarro/USA TODAY Sports/Reuters

Tiffany graduated from Georgetown University's law school in 2020.

She married Michael Boulos, a businessman whose family owns a multibillion-dollar conglomerate of companies in Lagos, Nigeria, at Mar-a-Lago in 2022.

Barron Trump moved into the White House in June 2017 after finishing out the school year at Trump Tower in Manhattan.

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Barron Trump.Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images

Barron was the first boy to live in the White House since John F. Kennedy Jr.

While living in the White House, he attended St. Andrew's Episcopal School in Maryland, where tuition costs about $40,000 a year.

In 2017, he took his classmates to meet his dad at the White House.

Barron is finishing high school at Oxbridge Academy in Palm Beach, Florida.

Barron Trump and Melania Trump in New York City in 2021
Melania Trump and son Barron Trump leave Trump Tower in New York City.James Devaney/GC Images

Barron, who Trump says is now 6 feet 7 inches tall, graduated from high school with the class of 2024. He will be a Florida delegate at the 2024 Republican National Convention.

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