Trump grandchildren pose in military costumes for Halloween


President Trump’s deep respect for America’s military and law enforcement members is being passed along to his grandchildren, as evident in pictures posted on social media by the president’s eldest son, Donald Trump Jr. and his wife, Vanessa.

“Kids have their costumes ready. So cute and it’s nice to see they respect law enforcement and the military already. See how easy that is?!?!” Don Jr. wrote in an Instagram post.

Vanessa Trump posted the same photos, saying, “My kiddies are getting into the 2017 Halloween spirit!”

In another post on October 9, she shared a photo of the children posing with police officers, wearing police officers’ hats, with the caption, “My kiddies and I are supporting our police department for the Columbus Day parade!”

While many were complimenting the couple for raising their children to respect the military, some in the liberal media are not happy about it. Vogue Magazine published a scathing article titled, “Trump’s grandchildren wore truly scary costumes of the police, the military, and Himself!”

“Of course, the children don’t seem old enough to have willfully chosen their own costumes, not to mention that, in any other year, police and military looks would have blended in seamlessly with other professionally inspired costumes. But, in a year in which the military and the police have been scary in real, visceral, and consequential ways for many Americans and beyond, such costumes might be unnecessarily triggering,” Vogue wrote.


Vogue also took issue with another Instagram picture Trump Jr. posted, of his little girl who found a Halloween mask of her grandpa in a store, calling it the “scariest costume of all.”


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