Melania Trump, son Barron move into the White House

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The living situation, prompted by Trump's assumption to office in the middle of the school year may have finally come to an end as the First Lady just tweeted a photo from what Associated Press assumes is the Red Room in the White House.

The Washington-news web site Politico, quoting people familiar with the family's plans, reports that Melania and 11-year-old Barron will move in on June 14, the day Trump turns 71.

Barron will start at St Andrew's Episcopal School in Potomac, Maryland, this autumn.

Barron Trump, second from right, son of President Donald Trump, looks back at Air Force One after arriving with the president and first lady Melania Trump at Andrews Air Force Base, Md., Sunday, June 11, 2017. The moment, captured on video during Trump's first and very high profile overseas visit as president, quickly went viral.

During the week at least, Mr Trump has been living alone in the vast, private quarters of the White House as he fends off the flood of reporting over Russian Federation having allegedly meddled in the 2016 USA election with the aim of helping him defeat Mrs Hillary Clinton.

During the week at least, Trump had been living alone in the vast, private quarters of the White House as he fends off the flood of reporting over Russian Federation having allegedly meddled in the 2016 USA election with the aim of helping him defeat Hillary Clinton.

The family also was accompanied by Slovenian-born Melania Trump's parents, Viktor Knavs and Amalija Knavs, who have been living with their daughter and grandson in Trump Tower.

However, it seems the First Lady is delighted by the move, tweeting a picture looking out across the White House lawn, marking the occasion. Since then, Melania has been kept mostly out of the public eye, only making appearances along side her husband from time to time.

The decision was seen as odd by some, as she was the first presidential spouse in recent years not to relocate to the capital immediately.

"I do think once she's in D.C. there'll be more pressure for her to be working on something that's her own, that's helping some segment of the population because that's what first ladies are supposed to do", said Jean Harris, professor of political science and women's studies at the University of Scranton in Pennsylvania.

President Donald Trump's wife, Melania, made it official Sunday - she and their young son, Barron, have moved into the White House.

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