Trump plays the doting grandpa in sweet picture with his grandchildren shared by Trump Jr.

Trump, in the picture, can be seen smiling alongside the 11 and 10-year-old, Donald Trump Jr's two oldest children


                            Trump plays the doting grandpa in sweet picture with his grandchildren shared by Trump Jr.

President Donald Trump on Sunday was pictured with two of his grandchildren, Kai and Donnie, in a sweet picture shared by his eldest son Donald Trump Jr. on Instagram. Trump, in the picture, can be seen smiling alongside the 11 and 10-year-old, Donald Trump Jr's two oldest children.

The picture was reportedly taken as the family spent the weekend together at Mar-a-Lago in Florida. Trump Jr, wrote a caption along with the picture, saying: "Kai and Donnie had a great time with grandpa @realdonaldtrump last night. It’s always fun for them to be able to get some time in with him since he’s not around NYC much these days."


 
 
 
 
 
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Kai and Donnie had a great time with grandpa @realdonaldtrump last night. It’s always fun for them to be able to get some time in with him since he’s not around NYC much these days.

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The 72-year-old father of five children and grandpa of nine was also photographed smiling next to the rocker-rapper Kid Rock as the president relaxed on Saturday by hitting links at the Trump International Golf Club in West Palm  Beach on Saturday. 

The president spent the weekend with his family after Special Counsel Robert Mueller filed his Russia investigation report to US Attorney General William Barr. Reports state that Trump spent nearly five hours at the course. He was later spotted smiling and waving to his supporters who lined the motorcade route. 



 

Trump returned to the White House on Sunday, visibly joyous, hours after his campaign was cleared of allegations of Russia collusion and addressed reporters waiting for his comment, saying: "America is the greatest place on earth."

Trump, as he walked off Marine One, said: "I just want to tell you America is the greatest place on earth. The greatest place on earth."



 

The president and his supporters celebrated shortly after special counsel Robert Mueller submitted his report to Attorney General William Barr. According to a senior Justice Department official, Mueller did not recommend any further indictments, in an indication that there may be no more criminal charges against Trump associates pertaining to the investigation. The special counsel, so far, has brought charges against 34 people and three companies throughout the probe.

A senior Trump administration official, while talking to the Daily Mail, said that the president is thrilled with the findings of Mueller's investigation. "I haven't seen him this happy in months. It's like election night again," the official said.