WATCH NOW: Trump Attends Barron’s Graduation

(Republican Party News) – Former President Donald Trump was able to attend the high school graduation of his 18-year-old son Barron Trump last Friday after there was speculation for a number of weeks that his “hush money” trial would interfere and leave him unable to attend the milestone event. The graduation was held in West Palm Beach, Florida, while the trial is unfolding in the city of New York.

According to Johnathan Jones of The Western Journal, the judge presiding over Trump’s case had refused for many weeks to state whether or not he would allow the former president to see Barron receive his diploma. It was only a one-day recess, but hey, we all know this trial is politically motivated and designed to both prevent Trump from being able to take on President Joe Biden in November and to punish him for what he did during his first term in the White House.

“It ended up working in Trump’s favor as he and his wife, former first lady Melania Trump, attended the graduation ceremony. On his Truth Social account, Trump wrote that he was headed to the event, and he called his son a ‘great student, wonderful boy!’ and the graduation ‘very exciting!!!'” Jones penned.

A video making the rounds on social media platform X shows the Trump motorcade entering the Oxbridge Academy campus.

A number of other images show both the former president and first lady proudly celebrating their son moving on to the next phase of his life.

Have you ever seen such a genuine expression of happiness on Trump’s face? He’s truly proud of his youngest son. This is what investment into your child’s life looks like, folks. We need more of this in our country.

“Trump’s presence in South Florida on Friday ended speculation as to whether his controversial prosecution on alleged business crimes in New York would force him to miss a pivotal moment in Barron’s life,” the report disclosed, going on to add, “Judge Juan Merchan, who is presiding over the trial, would not commit for some time to allow the former president to be with his family on Friday. Trump ripped Merchan and the trial last month when the judge said he would make a determination on a court recess for the graduation.”

“I was looking forward to that graduation with his mother and father there, and it looks like the judge does not allow me to escape this scam,” Trump had declared in the Manhattan courthouse hallway, the New York Post noted.

Judge Merchan previously stated the following about allowing a recess for the graduation, “It really depends on if we are on time and where we are in the trial.”

“As for what is next for the president’s youngest child, Trump commented at a recent Mar-a-Lago event that his son was still deciding which college he wanted to attend in the fall,” Jones added in the article, revealing that the two top choices for the youngest son of the former president are New York University and the University of Pennsylvania.

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