The most politically active Trump grandchild is a teeny-tiny baby

Photo: Instagram/Lara Trump/Getty Images
Photo: Instagram/Lara Trump/Getty Images

When you’re a part of the first family, you’re never too young to be politically active.

Lara Trump, the president’s daughter-in-law, posted a photo of her baby, Luke (who was born in September), flaunting his political ties on his chest. The almost 5-month-old cutie was sporting a red and blue striped bib with “Future Republican” written on it in white. How patriotic. Lara’s caption was also full of American flag emojis.

Happy day before Friday

A post shared by Lara Trump (@laraleatrump) on Feb 8, 2018 at 6:22am PST


So, we guess that settles it! Eric Trump’s son is a Republican, whether he likes it or not. Although, it seems like he’s not too fussed either way, judging by the sleepy half-grin on his face.


Funnily enough, Donald’s youngest grandkid might be the most politically vocal (and he can’t even talk yet). While Ivanka Trump involves her children in White Houses events — like when she had Arabella sing the Chinese national anthem to President Xi Jinping and Madame Peng Liyuan during their official visit to the United States — she doesn’t outright mention politics in relation to them. And the closest Donald Trump Jr.’s children have come to stating their political beliefs was when his daughter Chloe rocked a Donald Trump mask.

Little Luke is working hard to #MakeAmericaGreatAgain

A post shared by Eric F. Trump (@erictrump) on Dec 14, 2017 at 4:22pm PST


It seems that parents Lara and Eric are starting early. Luke has even gotten acquainted with the Oval Office; Eric posted a photo of the baby in his grandpa’s desk chair when he was only three months old. The caption read, “Little Luke is working hard to #MakeAmericaGreatAgain .” He also owns a tiny little “Trump” polo shirt.

#LetItSnow ☃️❄️ : @trumpstore

A post shared by Lara Trump (@laraleatrump) on Dec 9, 2017 at 7:56am PST


Subtle.

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