Lara Trump’s five year old son drives his toy car outside during Hurricane Ian

Lara trump's five year old son drives his toy car outside during hurricane ian

The Independent published this video item, entitled “Lara Trump’s five year old son drives his toy car outside during Hurricane Ian” – below is their description.

Lara Trump has sparked anger and concern after posting a video of her five-year-old son driving his toy car outside in the midst of heavy rain from Hurricane Ian.

The 39-year-old TV producer, who lives in Florida with her husband Eric Trump, shared the video to her Instagram on Wednesday of the couple’s son Eric Luke Trump. Trump and her spouse also share three-year-old daughter Carolina Dorothy Trump.

In the video, Trump’s son, who goes by the name Luke, could be seen driving his toy car in the middle of the street as rain from the Category four storm poured down. As he steered the vehicle, he held one hand over his eyes in an effort to shield his face from the rain.

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