Melania Trump is a soft-spoken but deeply private woman, which is respectable despite being the constant target of criticism for it. When she speaks, it’s with purpose, passion, or conviction, which was which makes her a strong woman. She has also shown the ability to withstand her harshest critics, who will likely now be spitting a fiery verbal assault at the First Lady for what was just announced about her young son.
It’s with intention, that the Trumps have kept 11-year-old Barron out of the spotlight, to the best of their ability. That hasn’t stopped the relentless attacks on this kid, despite the liberal mantra of “leave the children alone” when it came to anything reported about the Obama daughters. Now, the beratement has officially taken its toll, resulting in what has been happening with Barron lately.
While the role of the First Lady comes with its challenges, nothing has been more difficult than for Melania to see what her and Donald’s son has had to endure. Prior to President Trump’s Inauguration Day, Melania was by many means, your average mother, which is how she preferred it. She enjoyed the task of taking Barron to and from school each morning. However, that routine has changed dramatically due to incensed liberals who are on the constant attack and even put the First Family’s lives at risk.
Anti-Trump protesters constantly surround the family’s high-rise Manhattan home, forcing Barron to be escorted to and from school by the Secret Service, for his and his mother’s own safety. “The most difficult part of all this in Melania’s eyes has been watching grown adults mock her son and even question his mental state,” Truth Monitor reported. This includes sickening acts and conversation about her son on shows like Saturday Night Live and The View, some of which is perpetuated by women who are mothers too.
As insult to injury, liberals complain about the cost of Secret Service for Melania to stay in New York City until the end of the school year. It’s because of their actions and it’s necessary to surround these two in excessive protection. If they weren’t so violent, persistent, hateful, and intrusive, Barron could enjoy being dropped off at school by his mother, like the other kids, and the cost of the Secret Service to do it wouldn’t be necessary.