Barron Makes First Public Appearance At White House, But It Was What Melania Did That Got Everyone’s Attention

The reporters were out and about to cover Barron Trump’s first public appearance at the White House last Friday, but for the most part, First Lady Melania Trump was the one to really capture the cameras and steal the show.

The President of the United States gave his customary thumbs up, as Trump usually does on the White House lawn walk on his way to board Marine One with his wife and son. At only 10 years old, Barron seems to be almost as tall as his 6-foot-2 dad!

The First Lady glided alongside her two favorite people while wearing a stunning red coat dress by American designer Alice Roi. This caught the attention of the cameras, who captured her accessorizing her outfit with her favorite Gucci sunglasses and suede Jimmy Choo pumps.

It wasn’t too long before the first family touched down in West Palm Beach, where they will spend the weekend at Trump’s lavish Mar-a-Lago estate.

It’s true that Melania and Barron have yet to move into the White House, but many sources have reported they are “absolutely moving” in when June hits after Barron finishes up with the current school year.

Plans have already been made for the switch, including the school that Barron will be attending. White House staff are currently working as a sort of ‘transition team’ for the near-future move.

The approval ratings of the President have gone upwards 16 points just this month, which is a great indicator of the job the President is doing. At least half the country is still excited for the cuts to the federal government that Trump’s budget plan will bring, as much of the waste that goes into bottomless pit programs will cease to exist… It’s about time!

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