From Litly to Bigly: The Day President Elect Trump Managed Son’s Little League Team
NEW YORK (Sportsman’s Daily Wire Service) As much of a hands-on mom Melania is, her husband likes to get in plenty of quality time with their son Barron, too. Barron totally looks up to his father — so much so that Melania’s nickname for Barron is “Little Donald.” In that same interview, she went on to say that when Barron was 5 years old, “he wanted to be like daddy: a businessman and golfer.” But it seems as though Donald’s influence on Barron started even younger, as a former Trump butler Tony Senecal told Inside Edition, “When Barron was two-and-a-half years old I took his breakfast into him. He was sitting in his highchair and he looks at me and he said: ‘Tony! Sit down! We need to talk!'” Donald is equally as fond of his son, calling Barron a “fantastic young boy” in an interview with E! News last year.
No matter what can be said about Trump’s many bankruptcies, they clearly haven’t affected Barron in any way. Barron lives a posh life that affords him more than just silver spoons. Barron has his own floor in Manhattan’s Trump Tower — with his own damn living room. (And to think I thought we were rollin’ in it as kids when I had my own bedroom.) Melania Trump’s Twitter account shows a number of photos of Barron’s lavish adventures — from trips to Donald’s Scotland golf course, to jet skiing with mom, to swimming with the dolphins.
According to the team’s actual every day manager, Herb Cantor, Trump immediately took charge.
“He gathered everyone in the dugout and addressed each one individually, pointing out their shortcomings and what they needed work on. Some of the kids didn’t immediately take to being called fatso or four eyes, low-energy or lazy Mexican. And Rodney Harris’s milf-ish mom definitely wasn’t happy about having her pussy grabbed in full view of the team, but all in all it was a terrific learning experience.”
Cantor was also impressed with the personal attention – an warmth – he lavished on his son Barron.
“Trump couldn’t say enough about his kid’s swing – beautiful swing, very natural, just beautiful, trememdous, bigly talent.”
He also urged Barron to be more selective at the plate and to lay off hard cutters in the dirt with two strikes, but Barron, like his famous father, is not keen on advice.
“He just tuned him out and insisted he knew more than his dad, me, or anyone. He’s a confident kid, though being taken to and from practice in his dad’s helicopter didn’t exactly promote team unity.”