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Barron Trump, 18, about to step into his own, chosen as Florida GOP delegate – oozes with charm and political acumen


Former President Donald Trump’s youngest son Barron has largely remained out of the public eye thanks to his parents’ fierce protection of his privacy. But the 18-year-old “has quietly blossomed into an engaging young man who has leading conservatives purring over his charm and political acumen,” according to the Daily Mail sources.

“Barron is handsome, tall – taller even than his father – and very knowledgeable for someone his age. He’s also far more politically interested than people realize,” an insider told the outlet. “I see all the attributes of a future president if he has the appetite for it. And why not? He has the Trump genes.”

And while he has yet to graduate high school, the youngest Trump may already be stepping into a political career, as Politico reported: “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.”

His mother, former first lady Melania Trump, is also purportedly “ready to give her son more space to be his own man,” according to the source.

“While he was still a minor she zealously protected him and we knew very little about the details of his daily life,” the unnamed source told Daily Mail. “I think he’s allowed to make more decisions for himself now. He can invite anyone to dinner he wishes. He’s slowly becoming more public.”

Business mogul Patrick Bet-David, who was recently invited to the Trump home in Florida, described young Barron as “sharp, funny, sarcastic, tough – not weak.”

“For an hour and a half we just watched Barron run dinner with stories, entertainment. Oh my God. Everything,” he said on his podcast.

“Like his father, he is a solid athlete with a brilliant political mind and a deep love for family and country,” a family friend reportedly told Daily Mail.

“He has a tenacious curiosity about all people from every walk of life and the same magnetism that draws people to him,” the friend added. “Look for Barron to make a substantial mark on this world in his own way, in his own time. His future is very bright.”