Barron Trump, 18, set to enter politics as Florida delegate for the Republican convention

Barron Trump, the youngest son of former President Donald Trump, has been selected as a Florida delegate for the Republican National Convention, according to the state party chairman on Wednesday.

Evan Power, the chairman of the Republican Party of Florida, announced that Barron Trump, an 18-year-old high school senior, has been selected as one of the 41 at-large delegates from Florida to the national gathering. This gathering will serve as the platform for the GOP to officially nominate Barron’s father as their presidential candidate for the upcoming November general election. NBC News was the first to report Barron Trump’s inclusion as a delegate.

Barron Trump, who has mostly remained away from public attention, recently celebrated his 18th birthday and is now preparing to graduate from high school. In light of this significant milestone, the judge presiding over Donald Trump’s ongoing hush money trial in New York has announced that there will be no court session on May 17, allowing Trump to attend his son’s graduation.

Donald Trump Jr., Eric Trump, and Tiffany Trump will also be attending the convention in Milwaukee from July 15 to July 18 as part of the Florida delegation.

In an email statement, Power expressed gratitude for the collaboration between grassroots leaders, elected officials, and members of the Trump family within the Florida delegation for the 2024 Republican National Convention.

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