Barron Trump Manga Draws Inspiration From 10-Year-Old’s Sleepy Look During His Father’s Victory Speech

A Barron Trump manga, which is reportedly being developed by a Japanese artist, is likely to draw a lot of inspiration from the countenance of the 10-year-old during his father’s acceptance speech on November 9.

Since U.S. President-elect Donald Trump’s election victory speech in New York, Barron’s sleepy look has been the subject of many jokes on social media. Some have come to the defense of Trump’s young son by highlighting the fact that the speech was made way past his bedtime at about 3 a.m.


The artist behind the Barron Trump manga is Yuusuke Hori, according to Rocket News 24. The artist has released the cover of the upcoming manga, which shows Barron with tears rolling down his cheeks as he stands next to his dad during the latter’s victory speech.


The Trump family is reportedly very popular in Japan. Apparently, many people in Japan think that Barron is handsome and he has been given the title of “bishonen” by Japanese internet users, which is translated to mean “beautiful boy.”

The upcoming Barron Trump manga is reportedly titled, My loud, annoying dad is president, so the quiet unassuming life I wanted is completely over. The first chapter of the comic book is reportedly titled Also, my mom and sister are too sexy.

On Twitter, people have responded to the news about the Barron Trump manga with surprise and ridicule.


Following U.S. President-elect Donald Trump’s victory in the recent elections, there had been speculations that Barron would be the first son of a U.S. president to live in the White House in more than 50 years. John F. Kennedy Jr. was reportedly the last son of a U.S. president to live in the White House.

However, the New York Post has reported that Barron and his mother Melania would not be moving to the White House with Trump after he is sworn in in January. The two would reportedly continue to live in the Trump Tower penthouse so that Barron does not have to change the private school that he is attending.

It is unclear how this development may affect the plot of the Barron Trump manga. A source told the Post that while Melania and Barron are likely to move to the White House when school goes on a break.

Barron Trump, who is reportedly in fourth grade, attends a private school in Upper West Side. He is the youngest of Trump’s five children and was born by Melania in 2006.

Barron Trump, Melania Trump
Barron Trump and his mother Melania Trump. (Image by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

Barron reportedly has a floor to himself in the Trump Tower. His mother Melania told the website Parenting during an interview a couple of years ago that Barron is very much like his father.

“He is a very strong-minded, very special, smart boy. He is independent and opinionated and knows exactly what he wants. Sometimes I call him little Donald. He is a mixture of us in looks, but his personality is why I call him little Donald,” she said. “When he was 5 years old, he wanted to be like daddy; a businessman and golfer. He loves to build something and tear it down and build something else. He is very detailed at drawing. We travel often and he remembers everything he sees. Sometimes later he same day or the next he would build something like he saw or imagine something himself.”

It is unclear if the Barron Trump manga is actually being produced and when it would be released. It is also unclear if the comic book would be available in English. Manga is very popular in Japan, where it was invented in the late 19th century.

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