Is President Donald Trump’s son an Arsenal fan?

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The 11-year-old was seen in a Gunners shirt during the annual White House Easter Egg roll

Could the son of the president of the United States be an Arsenal fan?

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That appears to be the case as the youngest son of President Donald Trump, 11-year-old Barron, was photographed during the annual White House Easter Egg Roll wearing a Gunners shirt.

In addition, the Washington Post reports Barron met with three players from the local MLS side, D.C. United, in addition to the club mascot during the event Monday.

There’s no telling if the visit by D.C. United will be enough to get the youngster to abandon his Arsenal fandom, or how Barron feels about what the Gunners should do about Alexis Sanchez’s contract or Arsene Wenger’s future.

However, at the very least, it appears there is one person in the first family excited at the U.S. president’s backing of the U.S., Canada and Mexico joint bid for the 2026 World Cup.

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