Last updated on January 21st, 2017 at 04:04 pm
Barron Trump is the only child of First-Lady elect Melania Trump. Although his father Donald Trump will soon enter the 70th line, Barron is just 10 years old and started his school recently. So far, we haven’t heard a single negative thing about the relationship between Barron and his parents.
Melania’s love for her only child was very much evident when she announced her intentions of not moving to the White House. Both Donald and Melania were rather concerned about Barron’s academics. Hence, Trump announced that his wife and son will come around as Barron finishes school.
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On November 11, a Youtuber named James Hunter posted a video which suspected autism in Barron. This news spread into the internet world like a wild fire. On the other side, these non-factual claims infuriated the FLOTUS Melania Trump. She even wanted to file a lawsuit against the video maker. Although the video was taken off at the end with an apology, this incident showed Melania’s defensiveness for Barron’s stability.
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Likewise, there have been several occasions whereby Melania and Barron are seen lovingly sticking together. Look at his photo of Melania and Barron at their penthouse home. Don’t mind the caption.
Not only is Melania a good mother by claim, but also a good mother from other’s perspectives – even the media. Some papers call her ‘although a first lady, Melania is a typical mother’. In July 2016, Ivanka said to People, “Melania is an unbelievable mother. It’s pretty uncommon for wives of candidates to not be on the campaign trail every day. And she made a decision I totally respect which is that she has a young son, he needs stability, he needs routine. My father’s traveling so frequently and she is an unbelievably consistent, loving and reliable figure in Barron’s life.” Look, even Melania’s step-child vouched for her.