First Lady Melania Trump will be moving into the White House soon, according to her communications director Stephanie Grisham.
Grisham gave the affirmation to The Daily Caller’s ‘Mirror’ blog, replying to their request by saying: “She and Barron will move here in the coming weeks as planned.” According to reports, our First Lady and Barron Trump will move into the White House on June 11, at the conclusion of Barron’s school year.
Since President Donald Trump was inaugurated on January 20, he has lived at the White House while Melania Trump and 11-year-old Barron stayed in New York City to allow Barron to finish his school year there. The first lady has since been involved in arranging the house at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, preparing for the move this summer. Her aides have stated that she looks forward to the move and will be assuming a more public schedule as first lady.
Barron Trump will be the first son to inhabit the White House since 1963, when John F. Kennedy Jr. lived there as a 3-years-old toddler. Barron will start his next school year at St. Andrew’s School in Bethesda, Md.
Speculation about the first couple’s public displays of affection have been scrutinized by many media outlets. However, the Trump’s continue to show a unified front. This move will finally bring the first family together, under one roof.
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