The White House announced Monday that all of President Trump’s children, except for his youngest son, will attend his first State of the Union address Tuesday.
“All of the president’s children, along with the first lady, will be at the State of the Union, with the exclusion of Barron. I don’t believe he will be attending as of right now,” White House press secretary Sarah Sanders told reporters.
Sarah Sanders: "All of the president's children and the first lady will be at the State of the Union with the exclusion of Barron" pic.twitter.com/rZPUO0iRCh— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) January 29, 2018
Trump’s sons, Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump, will join the rest of the family in Washington, D.C., from New York City, where they lead the Trump Organization since their father stepped down to become president.
Ivanka Trump, a White House adviser, and Tiffany Trump, who attends law school in Washington, will also be attendance.
The White House has invited people benefiting from tax cuts, soldiers, and families whose loved ones were killed by illegal immigrants to sit in the first lady’s box with Melania Trump.