Ivanka: My Children Love Playing Games With Barron

The Trumps are finally having the time of their lives. It was about time that something good happens. It seems like the First Family has left all the problems behind. The President’s daughter, Ivanka, went on Fox & Friends, and revealed details about her children’s life in the White House. She also talked about her little brother. Her children and Barron are having too much fun, and we’re happy for them.

“Now with Barron here they have so much fun together and they are so young. They’re really just kids. So they are just enjoying it. They spend a lot of time in the Oval [Office] with their grandfather, which is a lot of fun for them. Hearing their laughter chasing after Barron or poor Joseph, his tears because Barron and Arabella don’t wait for him and he’s three and a half. They’ll send him on random chases and distract him and send him off in different directions. They traumatize Joseph a little bit,” Ivanka said.

The Trump kids are enjoying their games, and they will sure make some nice memories in the White House. This family deserves all the love and respect in the world. They had a lot of problems lately. We can only hope that things work well for them.

The sweet family knows true values. The cousins enjoy spending time together, and all the teasing is just part of their game.

Ivanka said that her children are well aware of her father’s efforts and plans. She also explained that religion has a major role in their life. “[Arabella] thinks it’s really cool, but she likes to remind him frequently that God is still much more powerful. She’s so proud of him,” Ivanka said.

We knew that Ivanka would be a great mother. She caring, successful, and dedicated. Every woman in the country would gladly switch places with her. These children have the opportunity to grow in one of the most loving families ever.

What do you think about the Trump family? Will liberals will keep mocking them? Do you think President Donald Trump has enough time to play with his grandchildren?

(h/t AOL)