• Melania and Donald Trump's Christmas
  • Melania Trump is very confident of Donald's leadership
  • Barron Trump's move to the White House was a downgrade

Melania Trump and Donald Trump will be spending the holidays with their son, Barron.

The POTUS and FLOTUS will be celebrating Christmas in the White House with their only child. According to Express, the day before Christmas day, the Trumps will attend an annual midnight mass.

The family usually attended mass even before Donald became the president of the United States. The Trumps have continued this tradition and have been doing this each year since he took office.

On Christmas Day, Donald and Melania will likely bond with Barron. However, the POTUS has yet to confirm if his other children from previous marriages and grandchildren will join them.

Earlier this month, Melania was busy preparing the White House for the festive season. She even adorned their home for the occasion and to celebrate the “courageous individuals who have shaped our country and kept the American spirit alive.”

In related news, Melania is very confident when it comes to her husband’s leadership. In a past interview, the first lady described the president as “the best leader” and as an “amazing negotiator.”

Melania stressed that Americans need someone like Donald, who also believes in America. Donald sees the country’s potential and she is convinced that the current leader of the states has what it takes to be an “amazing president.”

Two decades ago before Donald became a president, Melania was asked if she could picture herself as the first lady. The former model gave an affirmative answer. She also praised Donald for being “very smart” and said that he would be a “great leader.”

Meanwhile, Barron’s move to the White House was shockingly a downgrade for the POTUS and FLOTUS’ son. Turns out that when the first family was still residing in their Trump Tower penthouse, Barron had a whole floor to himself.

Donald & Melania Trump
President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump wave to guests from the Truman Balcony with their son Barron Trump during the 139th Easter Egg Roll on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, D.C., April 17, 2017. Getty Images