Trump’s family is grateful at Camp David David as Don Jr. says it’s COVID Free

Donald Trump’s children spent Thanksgiving at the presidential retreat camp in David, a few days after Don Jr. gave a positive result to COVID.

A photo posted by Dan Scavino, Trump’s senior counselor and White House deputy communications cabinet chief, shows the president’s adult children and partners sitting around a fire pit at the Maryland residence.

The picture showed from left to right: Kimberly Guilfoyle and Donald Trump Jr., Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner, Scavino, Eric Trump and Lara Trump, and Tiffany Trump and her friend Michael Boulos.

Eric Trump shared the same photo on his Instagram account. Sarah Huckabee Sanders, former White House press secretary, said, “Happy Thanksgiving to this fantastic group!”

In an earlier Instagram post, Eric Trump shared a picture of him in a car with his wife and two children. Photo caption: “Let’s report back on how it goes. #HappyThanksgiving”

A spokesman for Trump’s eldest son, Don Jr., revealed that the coronavirus was positive last Friday and then said he had been in quarantine for several days.

“Don achieved a positive result earlier this week and has been quarantined in his cabin since the result,” the spokesman said last week. “So far, it has been completely asymptomatic and complies with all medically recommended COVID-19 guidelines.”

In his Instagram post on Thursday, Don Jr. said “Rona is free.” He said, “I have to start our Thanksgiving a little early … I wasn’t sure if I could get rid of my family, but I’m fine. @Kimberlyguilfoyle and I have prepared our reserve meal today and we’re only doubling our Thanksgiving day. holiday. “

The president held a Thanksgiving dinner with his “immediate family” on Thursday, the White House said, refusing to determine who attended. He arrives at David David later on Friday.

Catoctin Mountain Park, where the presidential retreat is located, said “enhanced security measures” meant that parts of the park would be closed to the public from 8 a.m. Friday to 8 p.m.

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President Donald Trump kisses his son, Eric, while the other family members watch after his inauguration on January 20, 2017. His family spent the last Thanksgiving of Trump’s presidency in David David.
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From Friday night, a Notam – “Notice to the Planes” – should have come into effect, closing the airspace above Camp David David to 18,000 feet.

Last year, Trump made an unannounced Thanksgiving visit to U.S. troops in Afghanistan.

During a brief appearance at Bagram Airport, the President offered turkeys to soldiers, posed for a photo shoot and met with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani. This was his first visit to the country.