- Ivanka Trump shared an adorable photo on Facebook of the her father, Donald Trump, holding her son
- She captioned the photo with "Grandpa and Theo" and the post immediately went viral with almost 300 000 reactions
- Facebook users loved the picture and said that it was rare and special to see Donald Trump as a grandfather
Ivanka Tump, daughter of American President Donald Trump posted an adorable photo on Facebook of Donald carrying her son, Theodore James Kushner.
She captioned the photo with the following:
"Grandpa and Theo."
The post immediately went viral and at the time of writing had an astounding 298 000 reactions, over 10 000 comments and over 7 000 shares.
This is what some people had to say about the touching photo:
"Oh my goodness. That is the most adorable picture. Treasure it always."
Shirley Denise Back-carothers:
"Beautiful picture of our President and maybe the future one. Love our President and First Lady and family along with the vice and family, I'm loving this and having fun."
Amy Coffey Wisener:
"I love this. Not many people get to see him being just Grandpa. To this precious little boy, he’s just grandpa, not anything else! So simple, so precious, so loved. My thoughts and prayers are with you all!"
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that South Africans have been making #VoetsekANC trend with thousands of citizens taking part in the social media protest every week.
The Covid-19 national lockdown has left some feeling like the regulations put into place are motivated more by internal ANC politics than the best interests of the nation.
Both the bans on tobacco and liquor have been major bones of contention and a number of incidents have seen the ruling party themselves accused of breaking its own lockdown laws.
Social media user Danie Barnard recently shared a screenshot of US President Donald Trump taking part in the viral protest.
In other news, US presidential aspirant Joe Biden picked California senator Kamala Harris as his running mate ahead of the Tuesday, 3 November presidential election.
Kamala's nomination ends a months-long hunt for a prospective running mate for Biden, who in March hinted on 'settling' for a woman.
The California senator, who was born in the US by immigrant Jamaican and Indian parents, goes into history as the first woman of colour to be nominated for national office by a major political party.
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