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Barron Trump graduated (and doesn't want to know about politics)

BTrump said he got big. The youngest and most reserved of Donald Trump's children, the only one born from his marriage to his third wife Melania, graduated last Friday from the Oxbridge Academy in West Palm Beach, an occasion that put him in the spotlight for a few hours. Eighteen years completed on March 20, Barron completed his high school studies celebrated by his parents, who were in the front row applauding him during the graduation ceremony.

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It is not yet known what the young Trump's plans for the future are, but it is certain that (at least for now) politics is not in his desires, despite some recent statements from his father. «He loves politics», declared the former US President during an interview on a Philadelphia radio station. The boy, however, seems to be going in a completely different direction, as he demonstrated declining the role of delegate to the Republican National Convention which will be held next July. The eighteen-year-old had been chosen to represent the State of Florida, as revealed by NBC News, which had obtained the documents with the names; a role that would certainly have put him at the forefront of his father's next electoral campaign. Barron, however, surprisingly took a step back. It was his mother, through an official statement, who put an end to the hypothesis of her son's entry into politics: «Although Barron is honored to have been chosen as a delegate by the Republican Party for Florida, regretfully declines due to previous commitments”the former First lady said.

In short, matter closed, at least for now. Reserved, also thanks to the protection of his mother Melania, who never wanted him at the center of the scene, Barron was the first child to live in the White House since JFK Junior and also the first in 35 years not to study at Sidwell Friends School in Washington, to which the parents preferred St. Andrew's in Potomac, Maryland. Passionate more about sports than politics, football in particular, he also speaks Slovenian fluently, mother Melania's language, and could choose New York University to complete his education. Nothing is certain, but US gossip points to the proximity of the University to the family's New York home, while it seems that his father would like him to go to the University of Pennsylvania, the same one he attended. Who knows what the final choice will be, what is certain is that for the moment the plans of father and son do not seem to coincide.

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Source: Vanity Fair

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