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In an interview with “Extra TV,” Trump said that being his father’s namesake means he is often given hand-me-downs that were originally monogrammed for his dad.

“I'm the namesake, so I got re-gifted all of the things that were monogrammed for him at times,” he said.


Trump added that one Christmas, he “may or may not” have been re-gifted something that he gave his father the year before.

“There was one Christmas where he may or may not have given me the gift that I had given him the year before because I monogrammed it,” Trump said. “And I'm like, 'I know you didn't get this,' 'How do you know that?' 'Because I gave it to you last year.' ”

Trump, who was with his girlfriend, ex-Fox News host Kimberly Guilfoyle at the Daily Mail holiday party in New York City, said the couple plans to spend the holidays at the Trumps' private beach resort, Mar-a-Lago, with the rest of the family.

“It’s going to be interesting,” he said.

Trump said that he has not had very much father-son time with his dad since President Trump took the Oval Office, and is looking forward to “getting him one-on-one and hanging out.”

He also added, “If you think my father is funny on TV, you should see him around the holiday table when everyone is vying for the food.”