‘I don’t know how to’ how Donald Trump’s son was diagnosed with brain cancer

By Lisa MolloyThe father of President Donald Trump was diagnosed in June with cancer of the brain, the day after the President was sworn in as president.

Trump’s son, Barron Trump, was born on March 10, 1996, in New York City.

In a statement, his mother, Ivana Trump, said her son was “a loving, kind, loving person who always took the time to serve others.

He is a man of integrity and a strong advocate for our country.”

Ivana Trump did not name her son’s condition but did say that she believes his diagnosis is related to a blood clot in his brain.

Ivana said that she is not aware of any specific treatment plans, but she believes the condition could be treated with surgery.

Ivanka Trump said she is “confident” her son will make a full recovery and that he will be able to continue to serve as president should he have to go through a procedure.

President Donald Trump has not addressed the diagnosis, but he has expressed his support for the family and their medical team.

Ivanna Trump has previously expressed her support for her husband and daughter.

In June, she said: “My son is a very special and special man.

He’s very smart, very intelligent, a good person and he will always do the right thing.”

In a tweet on Monday, Ivanka Trump said: “#trumps daughter is in the hospital with a brain cancer.

I love him and will always be there for him.”

Ivanka has also spoken out about the importance of health care reform in the wake of the Affordable Care Act.

In October, she told Fox News: “We need health care.

We need universal health care.”

President Donald Donald Trump.

APA report published in February by the Kaiser Family Foundation found that nearly 1 in 4 American adults are living in poverty.

President Trump has also expressed his disappointment over the Affordable Health Care Act, a controversial law that the Republican-controlled Congress has not repealed.

In the meantime, Ivanka and Barron Trump have been working to get Barron to a specialist to find out more about his condition.

The President said in a statement that his family is “still in shock” by the diagnosis and that the two children are “doing great” and that “they are so thankful for everything the world has to offer.”

Ivanna said in an interview with Fox News in April that her son had “great things going for him,” and that she was “so proud of him for being a strong, loving man.”

“He is so resilient,” Ivana said.