Barron Trump snaps photo of Marine One after first Camp David trip

President Trump's youngest son is adjusting to life in the White House, and taking some pictures along the way.

The president and first lady Melania Trump brought their 11-year-old son on a Father's Day weekend trip this past Saturday to historic Camp David, a secluded government-owned retreat in Maryland's Catoctin Mountains.

The trip was brief -- lasting just one night -- but it appears the ride to and from the White House on Marine One was cool enough to prompt a photo grab from the first kid.

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Upon exiting Marine One after the first family's weekend trip, Barron can be seen in this photo turning back to snap a pic of the presidential helicopter:

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Barron only officially moved into the White House last week when he and his mother left their Trump Tower penthouse in New York for the 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. residence. The president's wife and son waited until Barron had finished his school year at Columbia Grammar and Preparatory School in Manhattan. Barron will start school at St. Andrew's Episcopal School in Potomac, Maryland in the fall.

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Social media was sent into a frenzy last week when Barron was spotted wearing a t-shirt that read "The Expert" during his big move to Washington.

Barron does not currently have a verified social media presence on Twitter or Instagram, but as the son of a president who frequents the Twitter-sphere, he could soon follow in his father's online footsteps.

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