US first family reunited in White House

US first family reunited in White House
By Euronews
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Melania and Barron Trump join President Donald Trump at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.


The US First Lady and son Barron have moved into the White House some five months after Donald Trump became president.

They made the unusual decision to stay behind in New York to allow the 11-year-old to finish the school term.

Melania Trump appeared happy to make the move, despite the controversy surrounding the arrangement.

Looking forward to the memories we'll make in our new home!

— Melania Trump (@FLOTUS) June 12, 2017

Some praised the first couple’s parenting, but others were shocked by the break with tradition. There has also been criticism of the cost to New Yorkers of securing Trump Tower while the pair remained there.

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