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The time has finally arrived for First Lady, Melania Trump, to take her rightful place in the White House. Melania and 11-year old Barron are saying so long to their home in New York and will be reunited with President Trump in the coming weeks. The president and first lady already have Barron’s new school picked out.
The incredibly smart young man will be attending St. Andrew’s Episcopal School in Potomac, MD. However, this isn’t your typical private school. St. Andrew’s is home to the world’s leading brain-based research center. Melania issued a statement confirming Barron’s enrollment at the school beginning next fall. “We are very excited for our son to attend St. Andrew’s Episcopal School,” her statement said.
“It is known for its diverse community and commitment to academic excellence. The mission of St. Andrew’s is to know and inspire each child in an inclusive community dedicated to exceptional teaching, learning, and service, all of which appealed to our family. We look forward to the coming school years at St. Andrew’s.”
Hopefully, the announcement will silence critics, who have speculated for months that the move would never happen. Although, the president and first lady are deeply concerned about their son’s….
Life in the Spotlight
Privacy concerns are a real issue for the Trump family, especially when it comes to Barron. They had no intentions of informing the public of their school choice right away, however, school officials sent a letter home to parents on Monday. The parents are also worried that moving Barron to the White House will unnecessarily thrust him into the spotlight.
Given all the negative attention the press and liberal haters have heaved upon the child, their fears seem justified. Barron hasn’t made many public appearances since his father assumed the presidency. Nevertheless, he has been the target of several vicious remarks and a vile play about his childhood.
Sadly, his mother is no stranger to criticism either. Melania has been relentlessly mocked for her accent and accused of being a paid escort in her modeling days. More recently, some 80,000 NY residents started a petition to force her to move to the White House. All we can say is their loss is our gain.
Welcome home, Melania and Barron!