The Trumps' Christmas Photo Is Missing Barron & Twitter's Like, How Could You?!

Frederick Owens
December 16, 2017

The president and first lady stand hand-in-hand at the White House for their first official Christmas portrait, but many on social media are questioning where their son Barron is.

The first lady debuted the card on Twitter on December 14, reports Empty World. "Where is Barron? He definitely should have been included". It is not clear whether or not the commenter is the same Jason Avant who has played in the NFL.

The Trumps' 2017 Christmas portrait was revealed on Mrs Trump's Twitter page and the festive photo sees the president flashing a bright smile.

Trump has been a front-and-center figure for her husband's administration in the wake of the multiple devastating hurricanes this year, accompanying President Donald Trump on trips to Texas, Louisiana, Florida and Puerto Rico, and last week, viewing recovery and relief efforts in Texas' Corpus Christi area with second lady Karen Pence.

Bill and Hillary's White House Christmas card 1993
Bill and Hillary’s White House Christmas card 1993

The hashtag "Where's Barron" also made an appearance.

Although Melania Trump's favorable rating has improved, she still rates behind other first ladies at roughly comparable points in time.

Also on display are President Ronald Reagan's china, President Franklin D. Roosevelt's 1866 edition of "A Christmas Carol". The shot was taken in the Grand Foyer that was filled with Christmas trees covered in little white lights. The president is dressed in a crisp suit and Melania in a black gown, and they're both beaming at the camera - not at all an unusual photo to send out as a Christmas card.

"As with many families across the country, holiday traditions are very important to us. I hope when visiting the People's House this year, visitors will get a sense of being home for the holidays". "Merry #Christmas!", the first lady captioned her pictures from the day's festivities.

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