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Former President Donald Trump's niece said "the insurrection was a bridge too far" for her cousins.
Donald Trump's children tried to meet the moment on social media amid the Capitol siege.
A strange photo with an unexpected tag has everyone puzzled.
The first daughter tweeted that "rules imposed by callous politicians are destroying lives" while ignoring the Trump administration's pandemic failings.
Indian Creek, known as "Billionaire Bunker," has a high percentage of residents who voted for the president.
"Which of the following does NOT belong?" one user cracked.
The president's daughter, of course, has no training or background as a scientific expert.
Donald Trump’s daughter said her father had taken “unprecedented” actions to tackle the coronavirus when others were “not taking it seriously."
The president’s niece wants to know one thing from her relatives.
Nick Akerman says there's only one thing protecting the president from indictment at the moment.
The US president reportedly paid a lot more for his hair than he did in taxes.
"I trust the FDA and so should all Americans. Vanquishing this virus should be our collective top priority," the first daughter tweeted at 'The View' co-host.
Stephanie Wolkoff has also given an insight into the relationship between the first lady and the president's children.
Stephanie Winston Wolkoff confirmed she secretly recorded her conversations with the first lady.
President Donald Trump has continued to attack his former rival, Hillary Clinton, for her own use of a private email server while in office.
Maryanne Trump Barry also calls Eric Trump "the moron" in the latest audios released by the president's niece Mary Trump.
Donald Trump's niece said Ivanka "spouts bromides on social media, but either she tries to have an impact and fails, or just isn’t interested in having an impact.”
Both pics may violate federal regulations that forbid government employees to use their positions, titles or authority to endorse products.