The first lady, Melania Trump, is infuriated at media attacks on her son, and she made this very vocal in her interview with Sean Hannity of Fox News, shown below.
The First Lady of the United States, Melania Trump, vocally unleashed her fury at the press who have decided to drag her 12 year old son, Barron Trump, into their messy games, and lethal trolls.
She emphasized that he's just a child and it's been challenging for him to adjust to his new life in Washington. She believes the media attacks on him make it quite difficult for him to have the normal childhood he deserves.
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This outburst spurns from one of the recent trolls by Jonathan Chait targeted at the youngest son of the president. He ridiculed both the president and his son Barron by tweeting:
“my darkhorse chief of staff pick: Barron Trump, 1..looks like Trump 2. Will not make Trump work 3. Cannot be tried as an adult.”
Not long after Chait posted this, he was criticised by the former first child, Chelsea Clinton. She chided him and said he should leave Barron out of any scandal related to his father. She further stated that the young boy deserves his privacy and should be left alone.
Melania terribly bashed the press for using her son as a puppet to get to her husband, the president. She said “children should be off limits.”
Sean Hannity asked the first lady who the young lad looks more like. With a gracious smile, the first lady said he takes qualities from both parents as he is soft hearted but also strong.
Barron loves football a lot and recently got to meet English Footballer Wayne Rooney, his wife and his four sons, who were personally invited to the White House by the president. It was indeed a delight to the 12-year-old Barron who got to spend lots of time with the football family.
Despite the pressure from the press and his new life in the capital city, Melania says he's enjoying his new life.
Barron is hardly spotted with the first family but he's a very young handsome boy and almost as tall as his father at 12.
Here is a rare shot of the first family together:
It's the first lady's hope that the press stay off limits from her son, so he can have a normal childhood. Although it may be hard due to the many controversies Donald Trumps administration is surrounded with, she still firmly believes her son, Barron should be off limits!