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Trump's son struggles to stay awake during dad's victory speech

USA TODAY logo USA TODAY 9/11/2016 Carly Mallenbaum
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In Donald Trump's victory speech, when he said, "We're going to dream of things for our country," his son might have actually been dreaming.

Barron Trump, who walked onstage with his parents Donald Trump and Melania Trump, had trouble staying awake for his father's victory speech. © Mark Wilson, Getty Images Barron Trump, who walked onstage with his parents Donald Trump and Melania Trump, had trouble staying awake for his father's victory speech. Poor Barron Trump, who stood next to the podium when the president-elect addressed his supporters, was struggling to stay awake as his father spoke. To be fair, it was 3 a.m. and he's only 10 years old. But his swaying, long blinking, face-touching and accidental eye-rolling did remind us of what it's like to try and stay awake for early college lectures.

Of course, Twitter noticed:

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