Lara Trump Desperately Attempts To Steal Barron’s Graduation Spotlight With New Song Hero

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Lara Trump appeared to make a bold move to shift attention onto herself amidst Barron Trump’s graduation celebrations. The former news producer decided to release new music just as Barron, the youngest member of the Trump family, was set to receive his high school diploma.

On Friday, May 17, 2024, Donald and Melania Trump attended Barron’s graduation ceremony, where he received his diploma to much fanfare. Social media was abuzz with congratulations and well-wishes for Barron. A notable post on X (formerly Twitter) read, “CONGRATULATIONS BARRON TRUMP ON GRADUATING AND RECEIVING YOUR DIPLOMA.” The day seemed to be centered on Barron’s achievement, but Lara Trump made an ill-timed attempt to redirect some of that attention.

Shortly before Barron took the stage, Lara announced on social media the release of her new track titled “Hero.” She posted on Instagram, “As promised to my YUGE fans in the liberal media, more proof of my very unique and creative winter. Honored to have worked on this record with the super talented @madelinejaymes.” Lara included a link to the song, making it available across all streaming platforms. However, as Barron’s graduation ceremony unfolded, the focus remained on him, despite Lara’s efforts to steal the limelight.

Lara Trump’s Ongoing Music Pursuits

Lara Trump’s attempt to grab attention with her music on Barron’s graduation day wasn’t her first foray into the music industry. The former news producer has been releasing music for several months. She debuted her music career with a single titled “I Won’t Back Down” in the fall of 2023. After a few months of silence, she returned in March 2024 with a track called “Anything is Possible.” She teased her fans on Instagram, saying, “A little something I had fun with over the winter (and a few more too that I’ll save for a future date, special for my YUGE fans in the liberal media)…”

True to her word, Lara released “Hero” on the day of Barron’s graduation. While her supporters have embraced her musical ventures, the internet has been divided. Lara has faced criticism, including from political figures. In March 2024, Democratic National Committee Chair Jaime Harrison criticized her music career, stating, “Lara Trump’s ‘music career’ is just like her time at the RNC so far: embarrassing, unserious, and a waste of money.” The DNC even released an AI-generated parody track mocking the Trump family’s impact on the Republican National Committee.

Despite the backlash, Lara continues to pursue her music career, even if it means releasing new tracks on significant days for her family.