President Trump may have been too “busy” to celebrate the first lady’s April 26 birthdaywith much fanfare, but his loved ones are making sure his own special day doesn’t go unnoticed.
Ivanka Trump, the elder daughter of President Trump, was the first to officially wish the 72-year-old POTUS a happy birthday on June 14. The first daughter and White House adviser shared family photos from her childhood alongside a message wishing her father his “best year yet.”
The 36-year-old first daughter may get extra credit for beating her siblings to the “happy birthday” punch. Though younger daughter Tiffany Trump was up early posting on Instagram about her latest art project, she still hasn’t mentioned her dad.
Donald Trump Jr., meanwhile, is scheduled to appear on Fox & Friends, while first lady Melania Trump has yet to publicly acknowledge her husband’s big day.
Don Jr closes @foxandfriends interview by turning to camera and wishing his dad a happy birthday.
"Hopefully he's watching, I imagine he is — happy birthday dad, I love you very much." pic.twitter.com/B3NGyiSRHp
— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) June 14, 2018
Possibly making his 72nd birthday even more special than his previous ones, Donald has been nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize by Norwegian lawmakers.
The nomination comes after his historic meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in Singapore this past week.
Taking to her Instagram account yesterday, Ivanka also showed her appreciation for her father’s efforts for peace with North Korean, posting a poignant caption-less image of the two leaders standing proud.
Taking a day off from world politics, the president has no public events scheduled today, presumably to spend time with his wife and family.
Donald Trump is the oldest-first time president the US has ever had, with Ronald Regan a similar age of 73, but when he was re-elected in 1984.
Source: https://www.yahoo.com , https://www.express.co.uk