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It’s been almost a year since the presidential elections in the U.S. took place, yet, media outlets are still covering different stories related to it.

Former President Donald Trump, who now lives in his family’s Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida, said during many occasions he is planning on running for president again in 2024. A former White House aide, however, suggested that he might not even be able to run because of his health so we are yet to see how Trump’s story will unfold.

One thing about the elections is that the presidential race was sort of toxic. Both Trump and Biden said harsh words about one another and many believed they both crossed lines.

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Their debates were heated, including the very first one moderated by Chris Wallace, during which Trump interrupted Biden multiple times; 128 to be exact, as reported by Slate. Biden on the other hand called Trump a “clown.”

Now, according to a new book, Rigged: How the Media, Big Tech, and the Democrats Seized Our Elections, by Fox commentator and The Federalist senior editor Mollie Hemingway, Trump is still mad at Wallace.

Daily Mail obtained a section of the book and revealed Trump to have said, “The problem was Biden would speak and it was lie after lie, after lie. Everything he said was a lie, this guy, and then Chris Wallace wouldn’t let you respond. Chris Wallace was terrible.”

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One person who believed Trump crossed the line during the debate and the presidential race was his son Barron Trump. Apparently, Donald confessed that his then 14-year-old son told him he was “too harsh” on Biden. Baron was even reported to have told his dad that he “caught wind” of some of the negative feedback.

“People thought I was too belligerent,” Trump said, according to the book. “I will say my own son Barron said, ‘Dad, you were too tough. You didn’t have to keep interrupting him.’”

Barron now attends the private school Oxbridge Academy and is part of the class of 2024. The spokesperson of the school said, “We look forward to welcoming him into our school and community,” as reported by People. On the school’s website it says that the institution is “committed to providing both merit scholarships and generous financial aid in an effort to attract the most qualified students and to make Oxbridge financially feasible.” They offer a number of classes, including teaching students kindness.

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Melania Trump protects her son from scrutiny and the teen is rarely spotted out in public.

Recent photos of him and his parents show how tall Baron grew up to be. His dad, Donald Trump told New York Post jokingly, “Barron is 6-foot-7, can you believe it? And he’s 15. Eric (Trump) is short — he’s only 6-foot-6.”

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