Donald Trump has already made it pretty clear that he's not thrilled to live in the White House, and it turns out he's not alone. In fact, for a while, it appeared as if Melania and Barron Trump wouldn't be living in it at all, according to a report by the New York Post.
"Melania is extremely close to Barron, and they have become closer during the campaign," a source "close to Trump's transition team" told the New York Post. "The campaign has been difficult for Barron, and she is really hoping to keep disruption to a minimum."
For the time being, Barron will be remaining in Trump Tower so that Barron can keep going to private school in the Upper West Side. The future first lady will be traveling to the White House "as needed," but will primarily remain in Trump Tower to focus on Barron.
"Melania is very supportive of her husband and is fully on board of doing everything that's needed as first lady," another source told the Post.
Of course, this situation will be a total nightmare for New Yorkers, as two of the five lanes on Fifth Avenue between West 56th and 57th streets will be closed off because of security barriers. Former Delta Force commander and president of global security company TigerSwan, Jim Reese, told the Post:
"[Trump Tower] is going to become the White House of New York. The Secret Service is going to have to keep that whole area cordoned off so that some wacko can't get close and detonate a car bomb."
On Sunday afternoon, Trump told reporters that Melania and Barron will indeed be joining him at the White House—just not right away. According to New York Magazine, the plan is to let Barron finish out the school year in New York and move to the White House in mid-2017.
"Very soon," Trump said when asked when Melania and Barron would move to DC. "After he's finished with school."