Is Barron Trump the first son of fashion?
As the 11-year-old boarded Marine One to spend Father's Day weekend at Camp David with his parents, he was rocking shorts with the crest of London soccer team Arsenal and matching knee socks.
The president was an avid soccer player during his high school days, it looks like his passion for the sport has been passed on to his youngest child.
Barron's attire for the weekend has spawned whispers that he is making a statement with his outfits and he's made an impact in the fashion world.
On the weekend prior, he was spotted wearing a J. Crew shirt that read "The Expert" on it. The shirt was later sold-out online.
This past weekend marked the first time President Trump has visited the secluded retreat in the mountains of Maryland since his inauguration.
Melania Trump tweeted a photo of the grounds with the caption: "Barron, @potus and I enjoying beautiful Camp David!"
— Melania Trump (@FLOTUS) June 18, 2017
The president also called it a "special place" after spending the weekend there.
Camp David is a very special place. An honor to have spent the weekend there. Military runs it so well and are so proud of what they do!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 18, 2017
The first family spent only one night at the hideaway, returning to the White House Sunday for Father's Day.
As they disembarked Marine One, the family stopped to chat with the chopper pilot.
Barron looked spiffy in a red Ralph Lauren shirt with matching New Balance sneakers.
Melania opted for casual attire, sporting a safari-inspired white top with green jeans and snakeskin Manolo Blahnik sandals.
Meanwhile, the embattled president's lawyer, Jay Sekulow, made the rounds on the Sunday talk shows to deny Trump was under investigation for obstruction of justice.
On Friday, Trump actually admitted on Twitter that he was under investigation.
I am being investigated for firing the FBI Director by the man who told me to fire the FBI Director! Witch Hunt
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 16, 2017
On CNN, CBS, and NBC, however, Sekulow repeated that the president is not under investigation.
But in a heated exchange with Fox News' Chris Wallace, a rather inconsistent message emerged.
"He's being investigated for taking the action that the attorney general and deputy attorney general recommended him to take by the agency who recommended the termination," the attorney said.
"You just said, sir, he's being investigated," Wallace said.
"No, Chris," Sekulow said. "I said that the — let me be crystal clear so you completely understand. We have not received nor are we aware of any investigation of the president of the United States."
"You just said two times that he's being investigated," Wallace insisted.
"No. The context of — I just gave you the legal theory of how the constitution works," the lawyer rebutted.