Donald Trump's Son Is Guilty Of Christmas Re-Gifting!
"Look, I've been re-gifted presents that I've given my family," Donald Trump Jr., 30, says in the Dec. 21 issue of Page Six Magazine.
"They're like, 'Oh, great, thanks!' and then you end up getting it back the next year," he adds. "It's like, 'You know I gave you this last year, right?' And they're like, 'No, it's a different one!'"
Christmas in the Trump household was not "that different" than any other family's, he says, except that "we were on the top of Trump Tower.
"We'd run downstairs and jump into our parents' bed, just like everyone else," he says of his childhood. "Then we'd go over to our grandparents' place in Queens and do lunch."
Despite being worth about $2.6 billion, "The Donald" is just a normal guy, his son says.
"He's a blue-collar guy with a big balance sheet," he says. "He wants a burger, he wants to eat his turkey and bacon -- he doesn’t want to have souffles.
"He grew up in Queens, and while he may have the fancier side of his life, when it comes down to it, he just wants to watch football on the holidays," he adds.
Donald Jr. and his wife, Vanessa, say they want to make sure their 19-month-old daughter, Kai Madison, is down to earth as well.
"Vanessa and I both grew up with the understanding that we were incredibly fortunate to be in the positions that we were in," Donald Jr. says. "I think we've got to try to instill that in the generations to come."