Monday, 20 November 2017

Barron Trump Emerges from White House to Check Out Christmas Tree, His First Public Appearance in a Month


Barron Trump, the 12-year-old first son and one of the few people in Donald Trump's orbit not accused of colluding with Russia, made a rare appearance Monday outside the White House.
Barron and his mom, first lady Melania Trump, stepped out on the North Portico to receive the official Christmas tree. According to a news release, the more than 19-foot tree is from Wisconsin and will soon go on display in the White House's Blue Room.
"The size and the shape, the color, great trunk," longtime White House Grounds Superintendent Dale Haney, who helped pick out the tree, told WLUK earlier this year. "It's going to look awesome ... it’s good all the way around. The whole thing is a front, and I can just see it make the holiday season for the White House."
Barron, who attends St. Andrew's Episcopal School in Potomac, Maryland, unwittingly makes the headlines on a regular basis. Sometimes, it's because he simply seems like a cool kid—the first son is said to be a fan of the Arsenal soccer team in England, and he's a style icon, given that shirts he wears usually sell out. Other times, it's because former first kids are defending him.
Chelsea Clinton, for example, has repeatedly asked people to knock off criticizing Barron. When an outlet insulted one of his outfits, she tweeted that "high time the media & everyone leave Barron Trump alone & let him have the private childhood he deserves."

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