Trump Jr being groomed to run for president as family seeks a White House ‘dynasty’: report
Donald Trump Jr. speaks at a Trump campaign rally. Image via Creative Commons/Gage Skidmore.

Donald Trump Jr. is said to be eyeing a 2024 presidential run in an attempt to create a family "dynasty" in the White House.

In an interview with the Times of London, Eric Trump said that although he has no political ambitions himself, he believes his older brother does.

When asked if there could be a Trump family dynasty, Eric replied, "Oh sure."

In 2018, The Guardian reported that Trump Jr. had not only become a skilled fundraiser for his father's reelection campaign — he also has been regularly called upon by supporters to run for president himself.

"Away from the firestorm that is the ongoing Robert Mueller Russia investigation, the president’s eldest son is building a considerable conservative fanbase," The Guardian's David Taylor reported. "This constituency sees him as an authentic figure with a political future."

"From the Republican party standpoint, he very much is the guy," Republican strategist and former congressional chief of staff Boyd Matheson told the newspaper. "He can be the face, he can go out with the hunters.”