Barron Trump Twitter: Ivanka Trump Posts Sweet Video Of Her Brother

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Barron Trump proved he is the sweetest uncle in a recent video posted by his sister.

Ivanka tweeted the short video on Monday, in which we can see Barron playing peek-a-boo with her youngest child. She captioned it with: "My youngest brother proves he's a baby whisperer — while my father signs his first executive orders."


The post comes after a now-suspended "Saturday Night Live" writer, Katie Rich, posted an insensitive tweet about Barron over the weekend.

She has since apologized: "I deeply regret my actions & offensive words. It was inexcusable & I'm so sorry."


Many came to Barron's defence, including Chelsea Clinton, daughter of Hillary and Bill.

Clinton lived under the spotlight herself when her father was President of the United States from 1993 to 2001.

The sweet video of Barron entertaining his nephew appears to have been shot on Trump's inauguration day while he was signing his cabinet nominations into office.

On that day Trump signed several executive orders, including one that puts restraints on the Affordable Care Act or Obamacare. According to the Washington Post: "it does not describe specific federal rules to be softened or lifted, but it appears to give room for agencies to eliminate an array of ACA taxes and requirements."

Other executive orders the new president has signed include:

1. An anti-abortion policy, also called the Mexico City Policy, which "prohibits giving U.S. funding to international nongovernmental organizations that offer or advise on a wide range of family planning and reproductive health options if they include abortion."

2. Backing Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipelines. According to the BBC, Trump stipulated that American steel has to be used in the controversial projects.

3. A hiring freeze for some government workers, but this does not include the military.

4. Withdrawing the U.S. from the Trans Pacific Partnership or TPP.

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