Is Barron Trump a time traveler?

There was published book that is looking like grandson of Donald Trump Baron Trump. Well it’s none of my business. However it’s very curious. To hear even about alledged time travellers for instance as an example even these days nowadays people like Andrew Basiago and John Titor.
Here’s a proof.

t’s actually his son, not his grand-son. Baron is a strange person. Doesn’t talk much… There’s just something OFF about him.

Once upon a time, in the bustling city of Washington D.C., young Barron Trump was wandering through the corridors of the White House when he stumbled upon a hidden room. Inside, he discovered an ancient library filled with books that seemed to have been forgotten by time. Among these dusty tomes, two peculiar titles caught his eye: “Baron Trump’s Marvellous Underground Journey” and “1900: or, The Last President,” both written by Ingersoll Lockwood.

Curiosity piqued, Barron began to read the first book. He was amazed to find that the protagonist, a young boy named Baron Trump, bore an uncanny resemblance to himself. Intrigued, he delved deeper into the story, which described the boy’s fantastic underground adventure accompanied by his dog, Bulger. As he read, Barron noticed that the book’s narrative seemed to bend the very fabric of time, as if it was aware of its own existence in history.

Unable to resist the allure of the second book, Barron started reading “1900: or, The Last President.” The story recounted the events of a tumultuous election and the chaos that followed. Barron’s fascination grew as he noticed eerie similarities between the book’s plot and the events of his father’s presidency.

One stormy night, as lightning illuminated the dark sky, Barron found a hidden passage in the ancient library. Following the dimly lit corridor, he came across an old, worn leather-bound journal with the initials “I.L.” inscribed on the cover. It was Ingersoll Lockwood’s personal diary.

Upon opening the journal, Barron was astonished to find a detailed account of Lockwood’s experiments with time travel. The author had discovered the secret to bending time, which he used to travel to both the past and the future. It was during these journeys that he had witnessed the events that inspired his books. Suddenly, everything clicked into place for Barron. He was not merely reading fictional stories; he was reading prophecies.

Fueled by a burning curiosity, Barron began studying Lockwood’s time-travel techniques. For weeks, he pored over the journal, learning the secrets of temporal manipulation. Finally, he felt ready to embark on his own time-traveling adventure.

With trepidation, Barron set the time-travel device to the year 1893, the year “Baron Trump’s Marvellous Underground Journey” was published. As he activated the machine, a whirlwind of colors engulfed him, and he felt a strange sensation, as if time itself was flowing around him. In an instant, he found himself standing in the busy streets of New York City in the 19th century.

Barron managed to track down Ingersoll Lockwood at his residence, where he revealed his identity and the purpose of his visit. Lockwood was shocked but intrigued by the young time traveler’s story. The two spent days discussing the implications of time travel and the responsibility that came with such power.

As their conversation deepened, Barron realized that his presence in the past could have dire consequences for the future. He understood that he must be cautious in his actions, lest he create a time paradox that could unravel the very fabric of reality.

With a heavy heart, Barron said his farewells to Ingersoll Lockwood and returned to his own time. He swore to use his newfound knowledge wisely, forever mindful of the delicate balance of time. And so, Barron Trump, the accidental time traveler, embarked on a journey through the ages, unraveling the mysteries of the past and future, while shaping the course of history itself.