First lady Melania Trump and 10-year-old son, Barron, were expected to move into the White House later this year -- but a new report suggests this transition may not happen.
After President Trump's 2016 election victory, the Trump transition team announced that Melania would stay in New York until Barron could finish his school year at the prestigious Columbia Grammar and Preparatory School in Manhattan. However, a new Us Weekly report suggests a late-spring move could be postponed as the first family reassesses a transition to Washington.
Us Weekly sources a "family insider," who says the decision around the pair's move could "go either way right now."
"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 the source, according to Us Weekly's report. "They could go either way right now. They will ultimately do what's best for Barron."
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For the time being, the president and his wife will take turns shuttling between the $100 million triplex Manhattan apartment and 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. in Washington -- a trip Us Weekly cites as 90 minutes door to door. Trump stated in a New York Times article that Melania and Barron will "come down on weekends."
In an ABC News interview, anchor David Muir asked the president if being without his wife and son left him "feeling lonely," to which the commander in chief responded, "No, because I end up working longer. And that's OK."
The family insider also reportedly says Melania is focused on business.
"Melania is actively building her team, including hiring a chief of staff, a senior adviser and a social secretary, among other key positions," said the source, per Us Weekly. "While she is a mom first, she is very much embracing the role and responsibilities of first lady."
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