Melania Trump's parents arrive in Washington. Discuss.


Probably not. But President Trump's wife Melania Trump and their son, Barron, arrived at the White House June 11 bringing the first family together under one roof for the first time in five months, the Los Angeles Times reported.

The First Couple was joined by their 11-year-old son Barron, who wore a t-shirt that called himself "The Expert".

However, it seems the First Lady is delighted by the move, tweeting a picture looking out across the White House lawn, marking the occasion.

Melania and Barron Trump have already moved into the White House this weekend.

During the campaign, the first lady said she would work on cyberbullying as an issue, and has also shown support for military veterans. She says she did so to allow 11-year-old Barron to finish out his school year in NY.

In keeping with American tradition, President Trump moved to Washington, DC immediately after he took office in January.

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Earlier in April, in another viral video, Melania was seen nudging Trump to place his hand over his heart while the United States national anthem played at the White House Easter Egg Roll. A representative for the First Lady scoffed at the report, describing it as "fiction'".

Barron attended Columbia Grammar and Preparatory School, an elite school located in the Upper West Side of Manhattan that runs students about $47,000 a year.

Melania is the first First Lady in modern history to delay her arrival in Washington after an election win.

Trump has eased her way into the role, performing the traditional first lady duty of America's official hostess; initially traveling to Washington rarely, but more frequently in recent months.

In response, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer attacked the lawsuit as motivated by "partisan politics" during his daily press briefing.

Her move to Washington was expected. Stephanie Grisham, Melania Trump's Communications Director, tweeted on Sunday night.