Melania Trump and son Barron expected to give ‘frugal’ libs their wish soon

A senior White House official has confirmed to Fox News that both President Trump’s wife and son, Barron, will be joining the president at the White House as soon as the school year ends.

Last November, Trump transition officials had announced that Melania and Barron would remain in New York City’s Trump Tower so Barron could complete the school year.

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According to a senior White House aide, the first lady has been busy overseeing arrangements for the rest of the Trump family to arrive at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

Remarkably, the last boy to live at the White House was John F. Kennedy Junior, who was a toddler when he ran the halls in 1963.

In a recent interview, White House historian and author Andrew Och, known as The First Ladies’ Man, said, “Mrs. Trump said on the campaign trail that she wanted to be a traditional first lady like Michelle Obama or Pat Nixon. Melania Trump bringing and unifying her family under one roof of the White House is a very smart move, and a very traditional move. The fact she was protecting (Barron) before this, by letting him finish out his school year, is not unprecedented. It is just a little bit unusual that they didn’t move into the White House immediately after the inauguration.”

Liberals who signed a change.org petition last month to force Melanie and Barron to move to the White House to “save taxpayer money” should be relieved.

But really, when have liberals ever cared about saving taxpayers money?

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Scott Morefield

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