Barron Trump Named Florida Delegate for GOP National Convention

Former President Donald Trump’s son, Barron Trump, has been selected to serve as a Florida delegate to the Republican National Convention. Barron, who is 18 years old and a high school senior, will be one of 41 at-large delegates from Florida at the convention. The convention is where the GOP will officially nominate Donald Trump as its presidential candidate for the November general election. This news was first reported by NBC News. 


Barron Trump, who has mostly stayed out of the public eye, turned 18 in March and is graduating from high school soon. In fact, a judge in New York even scheduled a break from Donald Trump’s legal proceedings so that he could attend Barron’s graduation. Other members of the Trump family, including Donald Trump Jr., Eric Trump, and Tiffany Trump, will also be part of the Florida delegation to the convention, which will take place in Milwaukee from July 15 to July 18.

Evan Power, the chairman of the Republican Party of Florida, said, “We are fortunate to have a great group of grassroots leaders, elected officials, and members of the Trump family working together as part of the Florida delegation to the 2024 Republican National Convention.”

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