INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — A 2-year-old from Zionsville is getting a lot of attention after he and the rest of his family met President Donald Trump on Tuesday.
It came during the Williams family trip to Washington, D.C. Regardless of how you feel about politics, the child’s dad, Aaron Williams, said it’s a trip he and his family will cherish forever.
“Unbelievable. Truly unbelievable,” he said.
Williams works for a tech company in Indianapolis and the Trump administration invited his family to the White House to talk about the president’s tax plan.
But that’s not all the president talked about with the Williams’ family. All eyes went to the dapper 2-year-old feet away from Trump.
“Someday you might be president, you never know. That’s a good-looking president,” Trump said. The crowd laughed.
Aaron Williams Jr. has about 34 more years until he can run but a day later he’s relishing his time with the president. The younger Aaron took pictures with the president and gave him a hug.
The whole family made the trip, including Williams’ 5-year-old daughter.
“She told every single detail about her trip to the White House to her class,” he said.
“To be able to go to the White House, go to the oval office, sit in the oval office and actually meet with the president, I mean you talk about lifetime experiences,” he said.
Lifetime experiences his kids may not understand yet, but the photos and the stories from their parents will be constant reminders.