On Saturday, President Donald Trump’s Campaign Manager has said that the United States President and his family are “a dynasty that will last for decades,” promoted speculation about whether his children might one day follow their own bids for public office.
Mr. Parscale said that “the Trump’s will be a dynasty that will last for decades, propelling the Republican Party into a new party,” adding that “one that will adapt to changing cultures. One must continue to adapt while keeping the conservative values that we believe in.”
While speaking with reporters after the ceremony, the Campaign Manager has declined to say whether he thinks President Trump’s children might run for office, saying “I think they are all amazing people with … amazing capabilities,” reported the Associated Press.
After taking office in 2017, President Trump has named his eldest daughter and son-in-law, Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner, informed a senior White House Advisers.
After inviting her to the Group of 20 Economic Summit in Japan to include her in a small delegation, which visited the demilitarized zone between South Korea and North Korea, the US President has repeatedly asked to promote her daughter on the world stage – often to the doubt of observers, who have noted the Ivanka’s lack of foreign and political policy credentials.
Former United States Ambassador to South Korea and other nations, Christopher Hill told the Washington Post that “It looks to the rest of the world like we have a kind of a constitutional monarchy.”
President Trump has tapped his son-in-law to lead his push to form a peace plan of the Middle East. Those efforts have hit endless speed bumps, and experts have low expectations for the proposal.
His adult son, Donald Trump Junior and Eric Trump, have taken an active part in their father’s re-election campaign, appeared frequently at “Make America Great Again” Rallies and denounced his political opponents on social media.