Donald Trump's youngest son Barron Trump made an unforgettable appearance at the Republican National Convention on Thursday

By Dave Quinn
Updated July 22, 2016 09:20 AM
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Donald Trump‘s youngest son Barron Trump made his debut at the Republican National Convention on Thursday. And while he was the only member of the Trump tribe not to speak, young Barron still had everyone talking!

The 10-year-old appeared by his father’s side as they entered the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio – looking like an adorable younger version of the Republican presidential candidate. The spitting image of his father, Barron was dressed in a navy suit and matching tie, with his dark blonde hair parted and gelled to the side.

As he entered the VIP area, he gave big brother Donald Trump, Jr. a fist bump, and embraced sister Tiffany.

The young Trump was noticeably sleepy during Donald’s 75-minute keynote speech. Yawning and rubbing his eyes, he got a look from mother Melania that many mothers with a restless son at a formal event could likely relate to.

If Donald Trump wins the 2016 presidential election, Barron would be the first young son in the White House since JFK, Jr..

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After his sweep at the Florida primaries, Donald told his followers that his youngest son has been missing him during the campaign.

“Barron asks me, ‘When are you coming home daddy?’ because I have barely seen him,” Trump said. “I told him I will be home in a couple of weeks.”