Photos: The Best Trump Impersonator Meets The Donald And Tries to Steal the Show, but It’s 6.8 Barron Trump Who Captures Everyone’s Attention

Last month a video clip of a comedian pulling off an uncanny impression of former President Donald Trump while leaving a voicemail for California Representative Adam Schiff has gone viral on Twitter.

Trump-supporting comedian Shawn Farash posted a clip of himself prank calling Schiff’s office. Farash affected the distinctive tones of the one-term president, who is vying to return to the White House in 2024.

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He was already famous but after this clip, he caught even the President’s attention!

That’s why our favorite Trump impersonator got to meet the man himself and I think The Donald was impressed.

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However, our reporter Mark who was in Florida reported that it wasn’t the famous impersonator who caught the biggest attention.

It was the NBA player look-alike Barron Trump. People were looking at his incredible height which Mark presumes that is around 6.8.

We have a photo from Baron’s latest public appearance and it seems that the kid could get drafted in the NBA anytime soon!

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On March 20 Barron turned 17 and it seemed that he might grow more so people had to ask if he was interested in playing professional basketball.

That was the question that most of the people have asked during the event!

Barron Trump (17) son of President Donald Trump and Melania Trump, the teenager has spent the past few years growing up in front of the nation’s eyes — literally. He now towers over his 6-foot-3 father and 5-foot-11 mother.

Since Barron was just an infant, he’s been subjected to a life in the spotlight. Now that Donald Trump is no longer president, though, the teen has been able to avoid the public eye much more than in the previous four years of his life. Before that, though, we were able to see just how much he’s grown into a young man, who’s even taller than his famous father, at quite a fast rate.

In the meantime A woman arrested Monday in Chicago faces federal charges for allegedly sending emails threatening the lives of former President Donald Trump and his teenage son, Barron.

Tracy Fiorenza, 41, made her initial court appearance at the Dirksen Federal Courthouse, hours after being arrested at her Chicago residence Monday morning.

Judge Jeffrey Cummings told Fiorenza — who appeared in court wearing blue athletic shorts and a green tank top with a large skull printed on the front — that she’ll be transferred to Florida, where the charges were filed.

She was remanded into the custody of U.S. Marshals until her detention hearing Wednesday afternoon. Prosecutors want Fiorenza detained before a hearing can take place in Florida because Barron Trump, 17, is a minor.

Fiorenza was charged with transmitting threats to kill or injure another person in interstate commerce in a criminal complaint filed Aug. 9 in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida.

According to the complaint, Fiorenza emailed the headmaster of Barron Trump’s school in Palm Beach County on May 21 and wrote, “I will state that I will shoot Donald Trump Sr. AND Barron Trump straight in the face at any opportunity I get!”

Fiorenza allegedly emailed the headmaster again on June 5, saying that she would “slam a bullet” in Barron’s head “with his father IN SELF DEFENSE!”

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