Ivanka Trump Meets 7-Year-Old Boy Dressed in Donald Trump Costume at Pennsylvania Rally

by Josh Lanier
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Ivanka Trump got a big laugh from a Pennsylvania boy who showed up to a re-election rally recently dressed as “The Donald.” With less than a week left before the election, the president’s adult children are barnstorming key battleground states to stump for their father’s campaign.

Ivanka Trump, 38, attended the rally with former White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee in Portersville, Penn. on Wednesday. But the highlight of the event seems to have been a young boy who showed up dressed in his President Donald Trump Halloween costume.

Gino Benford, 7, looked dapper in his little blue business suit, brown loafers, and bad, blonde wig. He and his parents drove two hours to attend the event outside of Betsy’s Barn at Cheeseman Farms, The Daily Mail reported.

Ivanka Trump uploaded several photos from the event to Instagram for her 6.9 million followers. She included a photo of Gino on stage with her and Huckabee in the collection of shots.

Ivanka Trump Joins Family in Final Push Before Election

Ivanka Trump is on the campaign trail for her dad this week. She made a stop in Charlotte, North Carolina, before bounding to Pennsylvania Wednesday. All of the adult Trump children were out stumping for their dad’s campaign recently.

Donald Trump Jr. this week visited the battleground state of Florida. Eric Trump was in swing state of Ohio on Thursday.

The New York Times has an interactive breakdown of the most recent polls in all of the battleground states.

The race between Trump and Joe Biden is like going to be close, according to the most recent polling. Though, FiveThirtyEight reports Biden has an 89 in 100 chance of winning the election next week after simulating the election 40,000 times. But that is by no means a slam dunk. The statistical analysis site gave Hillary Clinton an 88 percent chance of winning the election in mid-October 2016.

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