Barron Trump makes his debut at Florida Trump rally, gets standing ovation

Shoutouts on the campaign trail saw the popularity of one of the former president’s children skyrocket as he announced, “Welcome to the scene, Barron…”

With less than a week remaining before the Republican National Convention in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, former President Donald Trump rallied supporters at his Trump National Doral Golf Club outside Miami, Florida. While he kept rally-goers in suspense as he name-dropped potential running mates in attendance, it was the simple recognition of his youngest son that appeared to steal the show.

Fawning over his children, Trump pointed out that Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump were seated in the front row before a standing ovation began as he introduced the “very special guy,” Barron Trump.

Bo Loudon, son to commentator Dr. Gina Loudon and friend of Barron, captioned one look at the moment: “MY FRIEND BARRON TRUMP JUST GOT A STANDING OVATION FROM 45,000 PEOPLE IN DORAL, FLORIDA! ‘This is the first time he’s ever done this,’ President Trump said…Share to make this go viral!”

The president appeared pleasantly surprised at the cheers for his youngest as he proudly stated from the stage, “A very young man who is now going to college — got into every college he wanted to and he made his choice. And he’s a very good guy.”

“That’s the first time he’s done it. That’s the first time, right? You’re pretty popular. He might be more popular than Don and Eric. We gotta talk about that,” he added. “Welcome to the scene, Barron…had such a nice, easy life — now it’s a little bit changed.”

On Truth Social, the doting father also shared images from the special moment without comment as others on social media lauded the besuited young adult as “a really good role model potential for young people…to get those woke GenZ kids out of [their] alphabet predictively programmed phase.”

Barron was recently seen in another viral video alongside his father in a golf cart after they were secretly recorded. In the clip, the president addressed the debate disaster from President Joe Biden and referred to the incumbent as an “old, broken down pile of crap.”

“He just quit, you know. He’s quitting the race. I got him out of the race, and the means we have Kamala,” Trump went on suggesting Vice President Kamala Harris would be leading the ticket come Nov. 5. “I think she’s gonna be better. She’s so bad. She’s so pathetic. She’s so f**king bad…can you imagine that guy dealing with [Russian President Vladimir] Putin and the president of China, who’s a fierce person?”

Other notable figures seen seated near the Trump family included entrepreneur Mike Lindell, attorney Alina Habba, and potential running mates for the president, Florida congressmen Rep. Byron Donalds and Sen. Marco Rubio who, when given the opportunity to speak, said “Together, we’re not just going to make it great again. We elect this man as president, we will make together America greater than it has ever been.”

Kevin Haggerty

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