Last year, my wife and I moved our entire family from one state to a other to be close to her family. It was going to be a really long drive and with her having a bad knee we figured it was going to be easier for her to fly and me to just drive the thing.
It was only about two or three days but it was the longest that we had been apart from each other since we got married. So, on a small level I can empathize with what the Trump family has gone through these past few months.
For the past few months, President Donald Trump has been living on his own in the White House. His wife, first lady Melania Trump, has been living in New York City with their son, Barron, so he can finish school.
Now that the school year is coming to close, the first lady will officially be moving into the White House, The Daily Caller reported.
Trump is reportedly set to move into the White House on June 11, though no official date has been released to the public. According to The Daily Caller, Stephanie Grisham, Melania Trump’s communications director, stated that Trump would be moving into the White House “in the coming weeks as planned.”
Undoubtedly, the first lady’s absence has left the president without a companion — though dealing with the pressures of the job means he has a lot of work to do to keep himself occupied.
While Melania has spent most of the past few months in NYC, she has gone to the White House, or Trump’s Florida home at the Mar-A-Lago resort, several times to be with her husband — primarily when foreign leaders are visiting him.
In fact, just last week she accompanied him on his entire overseas trip — the longest time she has spent with Trump since he was sworn into office. The Hill reported in March that Trump and her son were set to move into the White House in early June, which would lend the June 11 date some credibility.
The Daily Caller reported in a separate article, citing anonymous sources, that Barron will attend St. Andrew’s Episcopal School in Maryland.
Trump will undoubtedly be happy to have his family with him in the White House, even if he will continue to be swamped with work.