One of his last jobs, former U.S. President Donald Trump, signed an order that his adult children will receive secret service from security guards for the next six months.
CNN was the first to report on the matter.
Under the law, only less than the President 16 years of age are entitled to the security men to six months after the official end of the period, but Trump decided to provide protection for adults as children.
Trump has five children, only the youngest, 14-year-old Barron, would be legally eligible for security.
Former Vice-Presidents are also entitled to secret service protection for six months after the end of their term.
The Ministry of National Security may continue their security services if the security situation so requires.
Former presidents and the president's spouses receive protection for the rest of their lives.
The right was given by President Barack Obama, who also gave the same right to his predecessors.
Prior to the Obama-imposed amendment, the law allowed presidents to be secured for only ten years after the end of their term.
The ousted president is not eligible for security guards.
Former presidents may choose to refuse security guards.
Only Richard Nixon has done so throughout history.