Melania Trump could be breaking tradition very soon if she decides it's not in her best interest to move to the White House to be with her husband.
The First Lady has made it very clear that she will do whatever is best for her son, Barron, and what his schooling entails. When President Trump was elected, the family made it clear that 10-year-old Barron Trump would stay in New York along with Melania so he could complete the school year.
But now, Melania is concerned that moving Barron from New York City to Washington may not be in his best interest. If she finds that his education will be affected due to the public life involved with the White House, she won't move.
"They will reevaluate toward the end of the school year if they will keep this arrangement or if Melania and Barron will move to Washington," says a source close to the family. "They could go either way right now. They will ultimately do what's best for Barron."
It's unheard of for a First Lady to not be at the White House with her husband, but the Trumps are nothing if not tradition-breaking.
As for the President, he doesn't seem to care that his family might not be with him, When asked if Melanie and Barron's absence made him feel lonely, he replied, " "No, because I end up working longer. And that's OK."
The arrangement they have now is already slipping. The original belief is that Melania and Barron would make the 90-minute commute from NYC every weekend, this according to President Trump himself.
But now, with protests breaking out all over the country due to the controversial Immigration Ban, Melania and Barron have decided to stay put in NYC for the time being. Plus, Melania has work to do, herself.
"Melania is actively building her team, including hiring a chief of staff, a senior adviser and a social secretary, among other key positions," says the source. "While she is a mom first, she is very much embracing the role and responsibilities of first lady."
It's unclear how long they mother and son will stay in NYC and decide to make a trip to Washington, but if the Presidency continues to spur protests as it's doing now, there's a large chance that trip may not be for a while.
We applaud Melania for doing what she believes is best for her son. Education should always come first.
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