Family Photo Album Mysteriously Appears At Thrift Store, Shows A Completely Different Side Of Trump


A rare glimpse into President-elect Donald Trump’s personal life has been discovered, thanks to a collector in South Florida who amassed more than 1,000 old photographs of the Trump family on various outings.

The photos, which were obtained by the Daily Mail, show a more personal and caring side to Trump. In many of the pictures, Trump comes off as a proud dad standing next to his kids Donald Jr., Ivanka and Eric.

Reportedly, Trump’s ex-wife Ivana was the one who decided to discard the photos.

Holiday vacations were a big part of the Trump family life, and the whole gang can be spotted enjoying themselves in various locations around the world.

Birthday celebrations were also big events for the Trump family.

Trips to ice skating rink at Rockefeller Center can also be seen, with Ivanka, Eric and Donald Jr., all dressed in winter gear, showing their moves to the camera while they skate around the ice.

Halloween festivities were also photographed, with the kids donning various creative outfits throughout the years.

Eric Trump dressed as a ladybug one year, and Ivanka enjoyed a diverse range of costumes, ranging from a fairy princess to a rodeo girl.

Throughout the election season, the media was often accused of portraying Trump in a negative light, preferring to hyper-focus on the controversial things he had said. In those instances, members of his family and close acquaintances were always around to back him up.

“If it’s possible to be famous and yet not really well-known, that describes the father who raised me,” Ivanka said in July. “In the same office in Trump Tower where we now work together, I remember playing on the floor by my father’s desk, constructing miniature buildings with Legos and erector sets, while he did the same with concrete, steel and glass.”

In a video that went viral right before the election, professional boxer William Campudoni shared how Trump was the only one willing to help him when he was down and out.

“I was a victim of abuse in my own hometown … in the streets,” Campudoni says in the video. “At the age of 22, I was at the brink of being homeless. I remember one night on Christmas Eve, I walked into the St. Patrick’s Cathedral, and I said, ‘God, please give me a purpose.’ As I exited, I walked down 5th Avenue, and there was this gorgeous building.”

Campudoni continued, “I walked inside, and I said, ‘I’m looking for work.’ The next day, Trump hired me off the streets. He gave me five navy blue suits. He shook my hand and said, ‘Welcome to the family.’”

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