Barron Trump Makes History With HUGE Announcement

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Barron Trump is only 10 years-old, but he’s about to make history in a big way.

Yesterday we reported that Barron is set to move to the White House with his mother Melania after his school year ends in June. It turns out, according to The Political Tribune, that when he does he will be the first presidential son to live there in over fifty years.

Amazing!

The last first son to live in the White House was John F. Kennedy Jr. in 1963. Since then, many first daughters have lived in the White House, but no sons have.

This comes a day after Barron was photographed at the White House for the first time. He was spotted walking across the lawn from the Oval Office to Marine One with his parents as they prepared to fly to Mar-a-Lago for the weekend.

Sadly, Barron has faced many attacks since his father took office, despite his young age. Conservative 101 reported that since Trump was elected, Rosie O’Donnell has claimed that his young son is autistic and a Saturday Night Live writer called him a school shooter. Joy Behar recently hopped on this bandwagon with a disturbing attack on Barron on her ABC talk show The View.

Whoopi Goldberg began the segment in question by insulting Trump for defunding the National Endowment for the Arts.

“That funding, all that wonderful government funding we used to get for these kinds of programs have all been cut. Thanks Mr. T,” said Whoopi. This is, of course, not the case at all, as Trump is only CONSIDERING cutting the funding. Nothing has actually been cut yet, but clearly Whoopi is too stupid to understand that.

“Somebody wrote, I have to clear this up, … They said that the entire NEA budget is like one day of Melania (Trump) in Trump Tower,” Behar barked. “Somebody find this out for me, the price that we’re paying for losing the NEA, the National Endowment for the Arts, because we are paying for this woman to live in New York with THAT CHILD.”

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