WASHINGTON (CBSNewYork/AP) — When President-elect Donald Trump and his family move into The White House in January, 10-year-old Barron Trump will be the youngest presidential son to reside in the executive mansion since John F. Kennedy, Jr.
Soon-to-be First Lady Melania Trump promises to fight cyber bullying, but has also said her focus will be on her husband and their son Barron, whose life likely will change far more than his adult siblings.
“They’re definitely breaking the mold. Washington will see a family they’ve never seen the likes of before,” said Monica Langley, a senior writer at the Wall Street Journal. “Just as he is brash and very vocal, his wife Melania is the exact opposite. Melania will present herself as an elegant, more thoughtful woman. She’s smart, she speaks four languages. She likes to say that she is a legal immigrant to this country.”
Trump has been married three times and has children by all three wives. His adult children are expected to be frequent guests to the White House, CBS News reported.
The White House has been home to only presidential daughters since JFK, Jr., whose father was assassinated just before his 3rd birthday in 1963. He was the first since Quentin and Archie Roosevelt lived there beginning in 1901.
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