This is what happens when you become president. Your son shares a throwback photo of you in a bathrobe – to the entire world.
Donald Trump Jr. did just that, opting to attach to his father’s day ode an old picture of President Donald Trump in a white bathrobe. Trump Jr. wrote, “Happy Father’s Day dad. Thanks for everything you’ve taught us and for fighting everyday to #maga. We love you. #fathersday.”
The president has five children. Donald Trump Jr., Eric, and Ivanka are his children with first wife, Ivana Trump. Tiffany Trump is his daughter with second wife, Marla Maples. Barron Trump, 11, is his son with First Lady and current wife, Melania Trump.
President Trump, Melania, Barron, and Melania’s parents were spotted leaving the White House to spend Father’s Day at Camp David.
The First Lady posted a photo to Twitter from Camp David.
She wished the President a happy father’s day.
Melania’s father, Viktor Knavs, also traveled to Camp David for father’s day.
Ivanka Trump shared a Father’s Day message to her husband and the father of her three children, Jared Kushner. She also wished her father a happy Father’s Day.
Eric Trump shared a photo of his Father’s Day present from his wife, Lara.
Tiffany Trump didn’t make a post for Father’s Day, but she did post a recent birthday tribute to her dad.
For his part, President Trump didn’t make a father’s day post, but instead was tweeting about witch hunts again.
This is Trump’s father, Fred Trump:
President Trump bathrobe photos – there are more to the set than the one Donald Jr. posted – went viral a few months ago when Press Secretary Sean Spicer claimed Trump doesn’t wear bathrobes.
The bathrobe controversy started because Trump was upset by a story in The New York Times that painted him as an isolated figure in the White House: “When Mr. Trump is not watching television in his bathrobe or on his phone reaching out to old campaign hands and advisers, he will sometimes set off to explore the unfamiliar surroundings of his new home.”
Enter Spicer, who tried to write the Times piece off as fake news, singling out the bathrobe line as prime evidence of this.
“I don’t even think the president owns a bathrobe. He definitely doesn’t wear one,” he said, AOL reported.