omplaints about the President are nothing new, but some journalists have taken it too far. When one attacked Trump's 11-year-old son, someone surprising came to the boy's defense.
A recent article from The Daily Caller had a lot to say about Barron Trump.
Ford Springer, who wrote the article, says that “it’s about time the president’s son starts dressing the part.”
Basically, Springer feels that Barron’s casual approach to wardrobe is inappropriate to someone living in the White House. Even if that “someone” happens to be, you know, a child.
“The youngest Trump doesn’t have any responsibilities as the president’s son,” he writes, “but the least he could do is dress the part when he steps out in public.”
Has Springer forgotten what it's like to be 11 years old?
What did you wear when you were 11? We’re guessing it was probably pretty similar to the jeans-and-t-shirt look Barron is sporting here.
Sure, your parent wasn’t the President of the United States, but it’s not like anybody elected Barron to office. He’s just a kid, and he doesn’t deserve to have his name dragged through the mud just because he happens to dress like every other child in America.
A bunch of people thought Springer went too far in his article, but there was one Barron supporter that stood out among the rest.
Chelsea Clinton was quick to come to Barron's defense.
As Clinton points out, Barron is a child who never asked for a life in the spotlight. He deserves to have a private childhood just like every other kid in the world.
In short, kids are off-limits, even if their parents happen to be famous.
Clinton has had her own experience with the criticism of strangers.
When her father was elected President, Chelsea was only a few years older than Barron is now. Nonetheless, many people at the time thought her looks were fair game.
At one point, conservative radio personality Rush Limbaugh even compared her to a dog.
Chelsea obviously has firsthand experience with how moving into the White House can affect one’s childhood.
When one Twitter user showed support for Springer's article, Clinton reiterated her stance against bullying.
Although the original tweet has since been deleted, it’s obvious that it was it was disparaging toward Barron, yet again showing that some people just completely miss the point.
So, Chelsea made it clear that she is not messing around when it comes to bullying. But what did Barron’s parents have to say on the matter?