With the country struggling to deal with a coronaviruses outbreak, one of President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump’s favorite childhood toys has a new owner: a $10,000 dolly.
The Trump family has been raising money for the dolly since early October, when it was donated to the United Way of Orange County, which is raising money to help those in need.
It was donated as part of the Trump Foundation’s #MakeItGreatAgain campaign, which raises funds for children in need and supports charities.
The dolly is one of a few that were donated by the Trump family, who have also been raising funds for the United Parcel Service, the mail-order delivery service that was hit hard by the coronivirus outbreak.
In an email to ABC News, United Parc service president Joe Curnow said that the company “is grateful for the Trump administration’s efforts to assist local service providers in combating the spread of the virus.”
Curnow noted that the agency “continues to work closely with our partners to identify ways to increase the effectiveness of the delivery of mail-based deliveries to ensure service providers can safely deliver packages to those in our communities.”
“While we can’t discuss specific shipments, our priority is to increase delivery efficiency and delivery speed,” Curnoow wrote.
“While we appreciate the generosity of those who have donated, we have no further details to share about any specific shipments or delivery schedules.”
The doll is owned by the family of retired Marine Corps General and business owner Donald Trump, and it was one of two donated by Trump in October.
The other was donated by his son Eric, who is also a member of the Trumps’ foundation.
Trump’s son Eric also donated a $1,000 piano to the U.S. Army War College, according to The Washington Post.