Why does Donald Trump keep coming back for another name change?
After his first name change in 2010, he’s re-ignited his political career with his latest name change, this time for the president.
The White House has released a new version of his name, Donald Trump Jr., with a new family crest on the front and an American flag on the back.
The new version also includes a new letter “E” and a new seal on the top of the nameplate.
The name change comes after a series of high-profile changes that have led to confusion over the president’s official name.
The Associated Press, ABC News, The Washington Post, CNN, The New York Times, and others have all published articles detailing the name changes.
CNN and the Associated Press both said they would not publish the names of the presidents and first ladies in the new versions of their names.
A spokesperson for Trump said the president had “made the decision to use his initials and not his name.”
The AP also confirmed the name change to CNN, saying, “The AP has not been approached by the Trump family to discuss this name change.”
The White Street Realty Group, which owns the Trump National Golf Club in Potomac Falls, Maryland, has not responded to a request for comment.
Trump’s new name, Jr., is the president of the Rebuild the Dream Foundation.
The foundation was founded by the president to promote his economic and social agenda and was one of his signature achievements.
The president said in a 2012 commencement speech that he was motivated to become a philanthropist by watching his father’s success.