Joshua Trump Wins Fans After Falling Asleep at Namesake’s State of the Union Speech

We know how he felt. Joshua Trump—the kid invited to the president’s State of the Union address after he was allegedly bullied at school because of his famous last name—has won fans after falling asleep during the speech. Joshua, a sixth-grader from Wilmington, Delaware, was one of a dozen guests announced by the White House ahead of Tuesday night’s speech. The 11-year-old has been hailed as a secret hero of the anti-Trump movement, with a photo of him sleeping being shared with captions such as “the only good Trump,” “welcome to the resistance,” and “everybody needs a little executive time.” Joshua’s parents said his classmates had called him an “idiot” and “stupid” for sharing the president’s last name—but after his nap in the spotlight, he may be one of the most popular kids in the country.