After spending a large majority of time together on the campaign trail, the Trump family spent the recent holiday apart from each other.

Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner celebrated Hanukkah and Christmas In Hawaii with their three children, Arabella, Joseph and Theodore.

Prior to even leaving New York, they were berated on a flight by Dan Goldstein, a lawyer from Brooklyn, who yelled at Ivanka: “Your father is ruining the country.”

Ivanka posted the following pictures from their trip:


Ivanka and Jared pose for a picture on the beach.


Ivanka, Jared, and children pose for a family photo

Eric Trump spent the holiday with his wife Lara, and her family in North Carolina.

Lara shared a picture of her and Eric on the beach with their dogs.


Eric also shared a picture of Lara and the dogs riding on a boat:

Future first daughter Tiffany Trump spent the weekend in Georgia with her mother, Marla Maples.


Donald Trump Jr. and Barron Trump, the oldest and youngest Trump children respectively, spent Christmas at Mar-a-Lago with the President-elect and the future first lady.

Donald Trump Jr. brought his five children along with him, and shared a photo of them standing in front of their Christmas tree. 


From left to right, Kai Madison, Chloe Sophia, Donald John Trump III, Tristan Milos and Spencer Frederick


Donald Trump Jr. shared a photo of him playing in the pool with his daughter Chloe.

Donald Trump Jr. also shared a before and after picture to show the destruction his children caused on Christmas morning.


Wrapping paper and gifts can be seen scattered across the floor.

The President-elect spent his weekend posing for photos and shaking hands at Mar-a-Lago before attending Midnight Mass with Melania, as they do every year on Christmas Eve. 


A guest at Mar-a-Lago can be seen taking a “selfie” with the President-elect.

Donald and Melania can be seen standing outside the church they attended for Midnight Mass

Donald and Melania can be seen standing outside the church they attended for Midnight Mass

The video below shows Trump being met with a standing ovation at church.