Trump's youngest son, Barron, is really tall.
The 13-year-old was pictured towering over his six feet, three inch father as he boarded Marine One on Friday.
It isn't known exactly how tall he is.
Social media users were quick to joke that Barron's height could make him an exciting NBA prospect.
US President Donald Trump's youngest son Barron was pictured with his dad and mom, Melania, on Friday, and there's only one thing people on the internet can focus on: how tall he is.
Photos and videos of the 13-year-old walking with his parents to board Marine One Friday show him towering over his father, who stands around six feet, three inches tall, according to the president's physician.
It isn't known exactly how tall Barron is, but he appears to be at least an inch or two taller than his father.
As he is rarely seen in public, social media users were quick to express shock at Barron Trump's seemingly extensive growth spurt since Trump's inauguration in 2017.
Many joked that if he keeps growing, he could end up as a pretty good prospect in the NBA.
—Barstool News Network (@BarstoolNewsN) January 18, 2020
Others compared him to seven feet, three inch tall Dallas Mavericks power forward Kristaps Porziņģis, while journalist Christine Rousselle described him as "the world's tallest 13-year-old."
CNN reporter Betsy Klein noted on Twitter that the youngest Trump seemed to have grown "half a foot since Thanksgiving."
Cameron Kasky, a gun control advocate, and survivor of the Parkland shooting, described the youngest Trump in a tweet as "A TOWERING COLOSSUS."
The Mail Online covered Barron's growth spurt with the headline "TRUMP TOWER":
—Daily Mail US (@DailyMail) January 17, 2020
Barron Trump, who is the only child from Trump's marriage to Melania, is not the first of the president's sons to tower above their father.
Eric Trump, the president's second son from his marriage to Ivana Trump, is around six feet, four inches tall.