First Lady Melania Trump and son Barron Trump will soon move to the White House.

A White House official confirmed they will relocate from their $100 million penthouse apartment in New York City’s Trump Tower to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, D.C., in the summer.

The reason for delaying the move is so that Barron can finish the school year in New York.

Shortly after the president’s inauguration in January, there were rumors that Melania was going to stay in Trump Tower permanently. However, the official confirmed that moving to Washington “was the plan all along.”


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Melania has taken an active part in arranging the residence ahead of the move, a senior aide said.

Barron will be the first son of a president to live in the White House in more than 50 years, since an infant John F. Kennedy Jr. arrived there in 1961.

The President’s son reportedly has his own floor in Trump Tower, so the White House might be a “downsize” for him.


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