You Won’t Believe What Donald Trump Jr.’s Next Big Career Move Could Be

Donald Trump has opened many doors for his eldest son when it comes to carving out a career path. He has had the opportunity to learn as much as he can from his father and grow into the businessman he is today. However, Trump Jr. might not continue on the path he has chosen.

Here’s the big career move that Donald Trump Jr. could be making in a few years.

What he’s up to now

Donald Trump Junior, son of US President Donald Trump

Trump Jr. currently runs the Trump Organization with his brother Eric. | -/AFP/Getty Images

So, what exactly does Donald Trump Jr. do for work? Right now, Trump Jr. works in the family business. He and his brother, Eric Trump, are running the Trump Organization. They took over for Donald Trump Sr. after he became president. Their sister, Ivanka, is serving as President Trump’s senior adviser. However, if Trump Jr. has his way, he could be making a very big career move in a couple of years.

Next: The people love him.

A loyal fan base

Rick Saccone, Republican Congressional candidate for Pennsylvania's 18th district

Trump Jr. at a March 2018 campaign event for Rick Saccone, a Republican Congressional candidate for Pennsylvania’s 18th district. | Drew Angerer/Getty Images

Those who love President Trump also seem to have taken a liking to his eldest son, Trump Jr. He recently posted a direct message he received from a man who said he didn’t like Trump Jr. at first but became a “huge fan” after following him on social media. The man also said Trump Jr. was an inspiration as a father and a U.S. citizen. Trump Jr. has also gained a following among hunters like him, who sing his praises and are encouraging him to run for political office in 2024.

Next: Could he be on the New York Times bestseller list?

Sources say a book could be in the works

Donald Trump Jr. raising his fist in the air

Trump Jr. could be writing a book. | Joe Raedle/Getty Images

Trump Jr. might soon be following in the footsteps of Ivana, Donald Sr., and Ivanka. Each have written books, so it’s no surprise Trump Jr. is thinking of writing one himself. According to Page Six, Trump Jr. is looking for someone to publish his book. The publication reports he is being represented by agent David Vigliano’s literary firm, AGI Vigliano. The agency assisted with the publication of books by Janet Jackson, Joy Behar, and Chip and Joanna Gaines. However, this isn’t the big career move.

NextHow he helped his father’s campaign. 

Fundraising power

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump introduces his son Donald Trump Jr.

Donald Trump and his son at a campaign event in Indiana in 2016. | John Sommers II/Getty Images

Trump Jr. proved to be adept at raising campaign funds for his father during his presidential campaign. Over the years, he honed his fundraising skills at many events by headlining several fundraisers. Bloomberg even described him as a “rainmaker” on the Republican speaking circuit. The article noted how he effortlessly worked the fundraiser like a seasoned politician. “By the end of the May dinner for the Indiana Republican Party, the president’s eldest son had raised $400,000, a record, besting previous headliners including House Speaker Paul Ryan and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie,” reported Bloomberg.

Next: This is what Donald Trump Jr. might do next.

This could be Donald Trump Jr.’s next career move

New York State Capitol in Albany, New York state capital

The president’s son has suggested he might run for governor of New York. | lavendertime/Getty Images

So, what’s Trump Jr.’s next move? Sources say it’s possible the eldest Trump son could be running for political office. Page Six reports he was heard saying he’s interested in running for governor of New York. “Don Jr. spoke to members of the F6 Labs gun club in Hicksville, NY, and, when asked about his political ambitions, said he would love to follow his father, President Donald Trump, into office,” reports Page Six.

Next: Like father like son.

This is what made him want to run for office

Donald Trump Jr. kicks balloons at the end of the Republican National Convention

Trump Jr. said he was bitten by the politics bug when campaigning for his father. | Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images

Trump Jr. was bitten by the politics bug when he began campaigning with his father. Apparently, all that excitement on the campaign trail made a big impression on him, causing him to consider a completely different career path. Said Trump Jr. to the gun club members: “Do I want to be behind the scenes and be a mouthpiece and fight back against crazy liberal media? Maybe. Going back to doing deals is boring after 18 months. The politics bug bit me.”

Next: He’s not the only one.

Another Trump wants to run for office

Ivanka Trump

His sister might also have plans for a political career. | Sean Gallup/Getty Images

Trump Jr. isn’t the only one in the family who is thinking of entering the political field. It was reported Ivanka Trump has also been thinking about a political run. In the book Fire and Fury, Michael Wolff claims Ivanka and Jared made a special agreement. “Between themselves, the two had made an earnest deal: If sometime in the future the opportunity arose, she’d be the one to run for president,” reports New York magazine. The book goes on to say that Ivanka likes the idea of possibly becoming the first female president. “The first woman president, Ivanka entertained, would not be Hillary Clinton; it would be Ivanka Trump,” writes Wolff.

Next: What we can expect from Trump Jr.

What kind of politician would he be?

Donald Trump Jr.

Trump Jr. is a strong supporter of gun rights. | David Becker/Getty Images

From the speech he gave, it looks like one area Trump Jr. will focus on is gun rights. During his meeting with the F6 Labs gun club, Trump Jr. said he would not support anything that restricts the Second Amendment. In addition, he stands behind state reciprocity laws. These laws allow guns to be carried from state to state with a permit, reports Page Six.

We also guess Trump Jr. will be active on social media like his father. He already has quite a following on Instagram and Twitter, with 1.1 million and 2.84 million followers respectively.

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