Donald Trump’s youngest son ‘Barron Trump’ to play role at Republican convention

By Stermy 3 Min Read

Barron Trump, the youngest child of Donald Trump, is stepping into the political spotlight with a role at the Republican National Convention (RNC) in July.

Delegates from all over the United States will gather in Milwaukee to formally nominate the party’s presidential candidate, likely Barron’s father.

At 18 years old, Barron has been included on the list of delegates-at-large representing the state of Florida, marking a departure from his previous low-profile presence, largely shielded by his mother Melania.

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He joins other members of the Trump family, including Donald Jr., Eric, and Tiffany, who have been instrumental in their father’s campaign efforts.

Several close allies of the former president are also listed as delegates, according to NBC News.

Florida party chairman Evan Power expressed gratitude for the collaboration between grassroots leaders, elected officials, and the Trump family within the Florida delegation.

A Trump campaign official noted Barron’s keen interest in the political process as he prepares to graduate from high school.

The RNC, scheduled for July 15-18 in Milwaukee, will confirm Mr. Trump as the Republican candidate for the November presidential election, given his overwhelming delegate support from state-level primary contests.

With no viable challenge to Mr. Trump’s nomination expected, the convention is anticipated to proceed smoothly.

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Having secured 2,037 delegates during the primary campaign, Mr. Trump far surpassed the necessary threshold of 1,215 delegates for nomination. His closest contender, former UN ambassador Nikki Haley, only garnered 97 delegates.

President Joe Biden is also poised to secure the Democratic nomination for the 2024 election, setting the stage for America’s first presidential rematch in 70 years.

Meanwhile, Mr. Trump continues to balance his campaign activities with ongoing legal battles, facing multiple charges across four separate cases. His first criminal trial, focused on falsifying business records, is currently underway in New York City, though he maintains his innocence.

The judge has granted him permission to briefly leave court proceedings to attend Barron’s upcoming high school graduation.

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