President Trump’s Younger Brother Hospitalized

first_img(Washington, DC) — President Trump is headed to New York City to visit his younger brother Robert Trump, 72, who is hospitalized.The development was confirmed by the White House. The details of his condition remain unknown though he is described by several sources as “very ill.”White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany confirmed the hospitalization, adding that the president and his brother “have a very good relationship and Robert is very special to him.” Reports also say that Robert was hospitalized earlier this summer, where he spent at least ten days in a neuro-intensive care unit.Sources said Trump is expected to visit his brother on Friday.last_img