Inside the Troubling Life of Barron Trump
December 15, 2016  //  By:   //  Features  //  Comments are off

Barron Trump is cute

Life isn’t easy for the ten-year-old son of the President-elect. Barron Trump, the youngest son of Donald and Melania Trump, faces a bombardment of memes about his entire family, a general dislike from his $45,000-per-year private school, and a nightly caviar moisturizing treatment.

According to The Huffington Post, Barron only uses the best: his mother’s Caviar Complex C6 moisturizer. “I put it on him from head to toe,” revealed Melania to ABC News.

And when it comes to memes, anyone on social media could talk about the countless ones revolving around Barron’s parents. From cheetos to plagiarism, jokes about his parents are bound to reach the ten-year-old. Any child of a celebrity or public figure would agree that it be hard to deal with having family members who are constantly scrutinized.

Because of his father’s position, Barron’s New York private school expressed their disapproval of his continued education there. Between the presence of the Secret Service and the threat of attempted kidnappings, “some parents are freaking out and worked up about security and what the school is going to do,” a school board member told Vanity Fair.

Not only does Barron face memes and caviar moisturizer, but he may not be able to attend his private school (which costs as much as tuition to Tufts University). “Never throughout history has a man who lived a life of ease left a name worth remembering,” said Theodore Roosevelt. Because of the difficulties he faces, and possibly with a small loan of a million dollars, Barron Trump might leave a name we will all remember.

About the Author :

Gisella Gonzalez is a life-long islander in her junior year at BHS. Gisella has been dancing in varying styles since the age of 4, and started playing lacrosse her freshman year. In her second year on the Spartan Standard staff, she has enjoyed serving as editor of the features section and writing a broad range of articles—in particular, features and opinions articles. She focuses on writing local and school-central articles, because of the connections she is able to make throughout the community through interviews and meetings as well as the close to home influence of an article that turns our lenses inward.