Donald Trump’s youngest son, Barron Trump is a mystery to many. His avoidance of the spotlight is an unusual trait of the controversial Trump family, and whenever he is spotted, he doesn’t usually look very happy.
But now, a body language expert has weighed in on some snaps of Barron with his mom and dad, and it’s truly heartbreaking what he found. Keep on reading to see what Barron’s body language indicates…
Even before Donald Trump became the president of the United States, the family was always in the public spotlight.
There are some we don’t see as often.
Every time we see the fourteen-year-old, he looks like he’s being dragged to yet another event that he really doesn’t want to be at.
But can we consider Barron Trump as any other normal teenager? His dad is currently in the most powerful position in the world, so he probably won’t go through the typical turmoils of a working-class teen.
When your father is one of the most controversial figures in the history of the United States and your older sister is the “perfect” American daughter, while your brothers continue to be considered more important than you, it can become easy to feel unimportant and rejected… especially considering the bizarre comments his own father makes about him.
Born on March 20th, 2006, Barron Trump is the only child of Melania and Donald Trump.
He was born a year after they got married.
And after a little while, they both joined Trump at the White House, which makes Barron Trump one of the only “first boys” to have ever lived in the prestigious building. The last was sixty years prior, all the way back in 1961 when John F. Kennedy’s son moved in as a baby.
While his other siblings attend and host a lot of events, Barron only appears to attend the most important presidential ones, including the inauguration and internal White House extravaganzas.
According to Melania’s parenting book, Redbook, Barron is equipped with his own floor at the current Trump residence and he also has his own set of personal decor that makes him feel more at home.
Yeah, he basically lives like a king.
And according to the first lady’s latest venture into halting the world of “vaping”, I guess we can assume what one big no-no in that household is.
She said this: “I am deeply concerned about the growing epidemic of e-cigarette use in our children. We need to do all we can to protect the public from tobacco-related disease and death, and prevent e-cigarettes from becoming an on-ramp to nicotine addiction for a generation of youth.”
This can only mean one thing, right?
Donald Trump, of course, had to back his wife up! But the comments he made left us more concerned than anything.
Instead of saying that they have a son together, he only referred to her as someone who has a son… Yikes.
“We can’t allow people to get sick and we can’t have our youth be so affected. That’s how the first lady got involved. She’s got a son, together, that is a beautiful young man and she feels very, very strongly about it.”
And more recently, more strange aspects have come to light about Trump’s relationship with Barron, including Trump’s incredibly overprotective nature towards his son.
“The White House fully expects this tradition to continue. We appreciate your cooperation in this matter,” he’s stated.
“I hate to say it because I love to watch football. But I really think that as far as my son — well I’ve heard NFL players saying they wouldn’t let their sons play football. I would have a hard time with it,” Trump has said in the past.
Melania has called Barron a “Mini-Donald,” saying:
“When he was 5 years old, he wanted to be like daddy: a businessman and golfer. He loves to build something and tear it down and build something else.”
And Barron soon caught the virus from his father.
“He says, ‘How bad is this?’ It’s bad, it’s bad.’ But we’re going to be hopefully a best case, not a worst case, and that’s what we’re working for,” Trump revealed.
“If I had a different type of wife, I probably wouldn’t have a baby, ya know, cause that’s not my thing,” Trump explained, “I’m really, like, a great father, but certain things you do and certain things you don’t. It’s just not for me.”
“The president’s just a really caring father and you don’t see that,” White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney has stated.
Trump’s close relationship with his son is seemingly all for the media and cameras.
“I think it is quite sad and sweet that Barron is looking at the floor in many photos,” he explained.
“It must be hard for any young adult to be in that position – but again, with Donald being so focused on ‘himself’ maybe he hasn’t got time for ‘others’ – including helping his son with his confidence levels in front of the cameras.”
“It’s a bit like this with his powerhand over Melania, directing her to go where he demands, almost like pulling a helpless puppy along on a lead.”
Seems legit to us!
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