Donald Trump Jr. spends weekend splashing with his kids in the pool, smiling for the camera

Tanya Edwards
Donald Trump Jr. (Photo: Instagram)

Donald Trump Jr., seemingly a man without a care in the world, is spending the weekend with his kids having a pool party. He shared a series of photos on Instagram where he and his five kids splashed around in a pool, apparently after some bad weather Saturday morning.

And on a relatable note for parents of more than one kid, he wrote in the caption, “Also, getting 5 kids to look at a camera and smile simultaneously is the hardest thing in the world to accomplish,” alongside a laughing emoji.


You can click through the photos to see more snaps of Don Jr. frolicking with Donald III, Kai, Tristan, Chloe, and Spencer. In one image, the first son lifts his two youngest on his shoulders, with panoramic views and an ATV in the background.

Don Jr., who likes to share family photos alongside memes of his father on his Instagram, also shared a few cute pictures of a camping adventure his three eldest — Kai, Donnie and Spencer — had in the yard later that night.

He was certain the kids would want to come in early, and shared that if they did, “If I start to lose the bet I’ll do what my grandfather did to me my first time going solo … sneak out back and start howling like a wolf. I lasted about .01 seconds and broke a land speed record getting back to the house.” 

Fortunately for everyone, the kids stayed in their tent all night.

Not pictured? New girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle, who apparently has been spending time visiting her son (with second husband Eric Villency) at sleepaway camp. A few days ago she shared a series of photos at camp with her parents and ex-husband.

Trump Jr. and the former Fox News host have been romantically linked since May, roughly two months after his wife, Vanessa Trump, filed for divorce.

Trump Jr. appears to be totally relaxed this weekend, while his father keeps busy on Twitter, vociferously denying that he is concerned that his eldest son is a target of special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation, insisting that his son’s actions during his presidential campaign were “totally legal.” 

“This was a meeting to get information on an opponent, totally legal and done all the time in politics — and it went nowhere,” Trump said of Donald Trump Jr.’s meeting in Trump Tower with a Kremlin-linked attorney in June 2016.

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