Donald Trump‘s four-year-old granddaughter raced to show him her desk in the classroom as he took time off campaigning to attended her school on Grandparents’ Day.
The former president, 77, held Carolina’s hand during the visit on Wednesday and she guided him through the corridors.
Footage was captured of the moment Carolina, who is the daughter of Eric and Lara Trump, pointed out her desk to her grandfather.
Her mother, Lara, shared the video on social media and wrote: ‘When top priority is showing Grandpa your desk at school.’
‘Strong team for Grandest Friends Day!,’ she captioned the post.
Former President Donald Trump pictured with his granddaughter Carolina and her school teacher on Grandparents’ Day
Donald Trump’s four-year-old granddaughter raced to show him her desk in the classroom as he attended her school on Grandparents’ Day
Trump, who is currently the Republican frontrunner for the 2024 presidential nomination, has five children and ten grandchildren.
The video shows Trump wearing a navy suit, white shirt and red tie, holding hands with Carolina as they navigate the school corridors. The young child, dressed in her school uniform, then takes the lead and takes the former president through her classroom doors.
She then briefly pauses and her mother is heard saying: ‘Hey Carolina, show him your desk. Show grandpa.’
Carolina quickly lets go of her grandfather’s hand and points to her desk as Trump crouches down and puts his arm around her shoulder.
The video ends there but Lara shared a separate photograph of Carolina with him in which they are posing with her teacher.
Trump is leading the race for the Republican’s 2024 presidential nomination, but took a break from the campaign to hang out with Carolina.
He held a campaign rally in Claremont, New Hampshire, on Saturday afternoon just days after he skipped the third 2024 GOP presidential primary debate.
Trump used the event to take a swipe at his political rival, President Joe Biden, for being ‘confused’ and walking into walls after he suffered another embarrassing bumble at a Veterans Day service.
‘We have a guy in the White House who can’t put two sentences together and who could not find his way off this stage,’ former President Trump told the packed crowd.
His comments came hours after Biden, 80, suffered an embarrassing moment of confusion as he stumbled at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
It has been revealed that Trump would expand his first-term immigration crackdown to include sweeping roundups of people who would be held in large camps to await deportation if he is re-elected in 2024.
Trump used the Claremont rally to poke fun at his political rival Biden who he constantly referred to as ‘crooked.’
The former president, 77, held Carolina’s hand during the visit on Wednesday and she guided him through the corridors
Trump, who is currently the Republican frontrunner for the 2024 presidential nomination, has five children and 10 grandchildren
‘He would be confused because I think my audience behind me is bigger than my audience in front of me,’ he told the audience.
‘He’d be saying what do I do, where am I. What is this strange speaking venue I’m in the middle of a room.
‘You ever see the end of his speech? He has no clue how to get off. You got stairs there, jump off the front, do anything just don’t walk into a wall.
‘He walks into walls. But this is the guy we have negotiating with Putin and president Xi of China. This is who we have in charge of nuclear.’
Trump is currently in the middle of a civil fraud case over his family real estate company’s business practices.
The lawsuit accuses him of pumping up the value of apartment towers, golf courses and other assets to win better financing terms.
On Wednesday, he urged a New York judge to declare a mistrial in a $250million civil fraud case.
Lawyers for Trump argued in court filings that the conduct of Justice Arthur Engoron, who is overseeing the case, and his law clerk showed they were biased against the defendants.
However, the former president faces long odds of getting a new trial, according to legal experts.