Barron Trump has been criticized a lot by evil critics, even though he’s a young child. In fact, he is a very caring child, as he and his family planned a secret surprise trip for his classmates.
The 11-year-old student at Columbia Grammar and Preparatory School went to Washington, D.C. with all 80 of his classmates and teachers, taking them on a tour of the White House, where President Trump came out to meet and greet with the youngsters.
“All the kids got dressed up: The girls were in dresses and the boys wore khaki pants and button-downs. It was so cute,” a source told the Post. “They had a buffet lunch and a tour of the White House and met the president and the first lady, Melania Trump.”
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‘President Trump gave them all a rousing speech about living up to your potential and being the best you could be for your country.
‘Barron was really sweet. He was so excited to show his classmates around the White House.’
The large group of students also toured the nation’s capital and stayed overnight at a hotel before traveling back to New York City on Thursday.
Barron’s class field trip to DC comes after critics have accused the Trump family of nepotism thanks to his older sister, Ivanka, and her husband, Jared Kushner, both having jobs in their father’s administration.
During a candid interview with Forbes, Eric Trump said he wholeheartedly agreed with those who believe he and his siblings only got their jobs because of nepotism.
‘Nepotism is kind of a factor of life,’ said Eric in an interview with Forbes.
‘We might be here because of nepotism, but we’re not still here because of nepotism. You know, if we didn’t do a good job, if we weren’t competent, believe me, we wouldn’t be in this spot.’
After Donald Trump’s shock election victory and his inauguration as president, Barron stayed behind with his mother at Trump Tower so that he could finish up his studies at Columbia Grammar and Preparatory School, which is located on the Upper West Side of Manhattan.
It was announced this week that the youngest member of the Trump family will attend the prestigious St. Andrew’s Episcopal School in Potomac, Maryland beginning in the fall.
Barron and his mother will relocate from New York City to DC, joining his father who has lived in the White House since his inauguration.
Of the decision, the first lady said in a statement: ‘We are very excited for our son to attend St. Andrew’s Episcopal School.
‘It is known for its diverse community and commitment to academic excellence.
‘The mission of St. Andrew’s is ‘to know and inspire each child in an inclusive community dedicated to exceptional teaching, learning, and service,’ all of which appealed to our family. We look forward to the coming school years at St. Andrew’s.’
There was speculation as to which school Barron would attend, but the decision to send the boy to the Potomac, Maryland, institution was announced by the White House on Monday.
The tuition costs over $38,000 per year, and he will be the first presidential child to attend the coeducational college preparatory school founded in 1978.