Melania Trump thanks Chelsea Clinton for defending Barron

First lady Melania Trump took to Twitter on Tuesday night to thank Chelsea Clinton for standing up for 11-year-old Barron after an article criticized his attire.

The Daily Caller published a piece on Monday titled, "It’s High Time Barron Trump Starts Dressing Like He’s In the White House," which attracted significant attention. After the adult daughter of former President Bill Clinton and former presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton went out of her way to stand up for Barron, Melania Trump shared a word of gratitude.

"Thank you @ChelseaClinton - so important to support all of our children in being themselves!" Melania Trump tweeted late on Tuesday. The former Slovenian model also added the hashtag "#StopChildhoodBullying" to her message.

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Melania's spokeswoman also issues a statement to the Associated Press on XX, asking that the media respect her son's privacy.

“As with all previous administrations, we ask that the media give Barron his privacy,” Stephanie Grisham said to the Associated Press. “He is a minor child and deserves every opportunity to have a private childhood.”

Clinton's initial tweet defending Barron was posted on Monday, and was followed up with another message on Tuesday:

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