Donald Trump Jr. and girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle are celebrating Easter together with their children at President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago Club
As President Donald Trump headed to his Mar-a-Lago Club in Florida this week in the wake of the release of Robert Mueller’s report on Russia, Trump’s eldest son also took the trip alongside girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle, a former Fox News host, and their children.
“Making Easter Bunny cakes. An annual tradition here at Mar-a-Lago. The kids usually eat 90% of the candy before it ever gets in the cake but if they’re having fun I’m good with it,” wrote Don Jr. on Saturday, alongside a slideshow of the activity.
Don Jr. shares kids Donald Trump III, 10, Chloe, 4, Spencer, 6, Kai, 11, and 7-year-old Tristan with ex-wife Vanessa, while Guilfoye is a mother to son Ronan, 12, with ex-husband Eric Villency.
That night, Guilfoyle went on to share a clip of their children playing in the water together.
“Night swimming with the munchkins. 🏊♀️ Happy Easter 🐣🐇💕🙏,” she captioned the video.
The two were first linked not long after Don Jr.’s then-wife, Vanessa, filed for divorce last March. (The two finalized their divorce agreement late last year and Vanessa has been publicly supportive of his new relationship.)
Though Don Jr. was celebrating the holiday with Guilfoyle, he has found time to crow on social media about the conclusion of Mueller’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election and any links between Russia and the president.
The Trump family regularly travels to Mar-a-Lago for the holidays, where through sheer branding they are insulated from much of the criticism of President Trump’s divisive time in office.
“No matter what else is happening in the world, he [the president] is treated like royalty at Mar-a-Lago,” a club source previously told PEOPLE. “He loves to be here.”
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While Mueller documented an extensive, years-long effort on the part of Russians, including the Russian government, to influence the election and help elect Trump, Mueller did not find that anyone on Trump’s team conspired or coordinated with that effort.
Perhaps more damningly, Mueller also investigated whether the president had illegally obstructed justice in trying to end his Russia investigation. As documented in Mueller’s report, which was released in a redacted version on Thursday, the president tried to derail the probe repeatedly.
While Mueller noted such actions in his report, he declined to determine whether they constituted the crime, citing serious and unresolved legal issues. (The Department of Justice’s official opinion has been that it is unconstitutional to charge a sitting president with a crime. Instead, Congress can move to impeach.)
Mueller did not either accuse or exonerate President Trump on the question of obstruction. But the attorney general, William Barr, said Trump did not obstruct justice.