Melania Trump Just Gave a Rare Look Into Barron’s Current Situation

Melania Trump, the former First Lady, is said to have described her 15-year-old son Barron as a “very strong-minded, very special guy” in the past.

According to The Sun, Melania said, “He is independent and outspoken and knows precisely what he wants.”

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Barron, who has aspired to be just like his father since he was five years old, remembers “everything” he encounters on his trips. He also enjoys building things and sketches with amazing attention to detail.

Barron has enrolled at Oxbridge Academy, a $34,800-per-year exclusive Palm Beach academy near Mar-a-Lago, following his father’s departure from office. Barron will graduate with the class of 2024, according to the school.

According to People Magazine, the school’s Director of Advancement Scott Siegfried remarked, “We look forward to welcoming him into our school and community.”
Parents have also been advised that the Secret Service will be stationed on the 54-acre site.

In an email to parents, the school wrote of the Secret Service, “They wish to have little impact on our day-to-day operations.” “They’ve done it for the children of other former presidents. They’re incredible.”

Barron is “all into sports,” Melania remarked in 2018, and he was frequently seen on the White House front yard sporting an Arsenal Football Club shirt. The adolescent has played for Arlington Soccer Association’s under-14 team as well as DC United.

Barron Trump is the tallest of former President Donald Trump’s children, standing at 6 feet 7 inches. Last October, Trump claimed that Barron had COVID-19 for “like two seconds” while arguing that the pandemic should not prevent youngsters from attending school.

“You know, Donald Trump got the Corona 19, the China virus. “It goes by a lot of names, but to me, Corona means Italy,” Trump remarked at an Iowa event. “And he only had it for a brief time, I don’t think he even realized he had it…because they’re young and their immune systems are powerful, and they fight it off.”

Barron is “a strong teenager who had no symptoms,” Melania said.

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Margaret Taylor

Experienced communications professional with 10 years of experience in international journalism.

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