Barron Trump to Enter the Political Arena – Will Serve as Florida Delegate at RNC

by J Pelkey
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Barron Trump, President Trump’s youngest son, is set to enter the political arena.

Barron, who celebrated his 18th birthday in March, was officially selected by Florida’s GOP to represent the state as an at-large delegate at the upcoming Republican National Convention.

Among the other members of Trump’s family selected as delegates are Donald Trump Jr., Eric Trump, and Laura Trump.

The Republican National Convention is set to take place in Milwaukee, Wisconsin this July.

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This announcement by the RNC is significant, considering that Barron Trump’s political views have largely remained undisclosed to the public.

According to insiders, Barron is “very interested” in American politics, and has hosted key conservative figures at Mar-a-Lago, such as Patrick Bet-David and Colby Covington.

Politico reported:

Barron Trump hasn’t graduated high school yet. But he’s already headed into the political big leagues. The Republican Party of Florida on Wednesday night picked the 18-year-old youngest son of former President Donald Trump as one of the state’s at-large delegates to the Republican National Convention, per a copy of the results viewed by POLITICO.

The state party also selected other Trump children as delegates, including Eric Trump as its delegation chair — meaning he’ll place his father’s name in for the nomination — and Donald Trump Jr. and Tiffany Boulos, formerly Trump, and her husband Michael Boulos as other at-large delegates.

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