Donald Trump’s children wished him a Happy Father’s Day on Sunday as he headed out to the golf course following his disappointing MAGA comeback rally that saw rows of empty seats at the arena.
Ivanka, Eric, and Donald Trump Jr shared sweet wishes to their father. Tiffany is yet to share a social media post for him.
Ivanka led the chorus of warm messages saying: ‘Happy Father’s Day to my dad and to all the devoted and loving father’s out there! Today is for you!’
She shared a sweet snap of Trump holding her has a baby, decked out in ski gear on a snowy hill.
Donald Trump Jr followed suit sharing a series of images including one beaming with his father in the Oval Office.
‘Happy Father’s Day to all the dads that out there that take the time to do it right! Anyone can be a father it takes time and work to be a dad,’ he shared on Instagram.
He included a black and white picture of his father and his mother Ivana Trump along with his siblings Eric and Ivanka as children.
The proud father-of-five also shared photos posing with his own young children Donald III, Spender Frederick, Chloe Sophia, Tristan Milos, and Kai Madison.
Brother Eric Trump shared the same photo of the family as children smiling on a staircase with their parents on Twitter saying: ‘Happy Father’s Day Dad. We are all so proud of you and we love you very much!’
First Lady Melania Trump shared a general message celebrating all the fathers in the country, but notably did not mention her own husband.
‘Today we celebrate all fathers for their love, dedication & wisdom to help guide our youth to help them succeed & grow. Happy #FathersDay!’ she said, sharing an image of a yellow rose.
President Trump has five children Don Jr, Eric, Ivanka, Tiffany, who just graduated from Georgetown Law School, and 14-year-old Barron who lives at the White House with his parents.
On Sunday morning Trump’s motorcade was seen heading out to the Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Virginia where the president is set to spend a relaxing day out on the course.
It comes after the president looked weary upon landing back at the White House from Saturday’s underwhelming Make America Great Again rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, his first rally in four months.
After holding off on the campaign trail due to the coronavirus crisis, Trump excitely announced the Tulsa rally, despite criticism from the public over safety measures as the virus continues to grip the nation, with spikes in cases reported in recently reopened states.
But the BOK Center in Tulsa was marked by row after row of empty seats and a scheduled stop for the president for the outside overflow area had to be canceled after the expected crowds didn’t appear.
‘There’s still space!’ the campaign texted supporters before Trump took the stage. After the rally was over the campaign argued that 4 million people watched it online, calling it an audience Biden ‘can only dream of.’
The president and his team had a variety of reasons for the lack of a crowd, including media reports on the rising number of coronavirus cases in Oklahoma and protesters outside of arena, claiming they blocked the security lines so people could not get inside.
‘I have been watching the fake news for weeks now. And everything is negative,’ Trump said in his remarks.
‘We had some very bad people outside. They were doing bad things. But I really do appreciate it,’ he told those who showed up.
‘You saw these thugs that came along,’ Trump complained of the peaceful demonstrators outside the BOK Center, many of whom wore ‘Black Lives Matters’ t-shirts.