• Barron Trump enjoys daddy time with Donald Trump
  • Barron Trump looks forward to one on one time with the POTUS
  • Melania Trump is a hands-on mom to Barron Trump 

Melania Trump is very close to her son, Barron Trump. In fact, while the 13-year-old was growing up, the FLOTUS spent the most time with him.

While speaking with People, the first lady acknowledged the fact that Donald Trump doesn’t get to spend as much time with their son because he travels a lot. But whenever the POTUS is around, he makes it a point to hang out with Barron.

“I like to be hands-on. I think it’s very important. Barron is 9 years old. He needs somebody as a parent there, so I am with him all the time. As you know my husband is traveling all the time,” she said.

The FLOTUS also revealed some of the things that Barron and the POTUS enjoy doing together. And she also said that when Barron and his dad are having one on one time, she makes it a point to leave them alone.

Barron loves to be one-on-one with dad because normally he’s almost always all the time with me. So, I give him space when it’s daddy and Barron time. They go alone for dinner, one-on-one. They play golf together. He looks forward to that,” she said.

Meanwhile, Melania also talked about raising her teenage son and said that she has never hired a nanny to help her out. However, the POTUS busted his wife’s claims and proved that she could’ve have told a lie.

While speaking with Page Six, President Trump admitted that there’s a woman that helps the FLOTUS with Barron especially when he was much younger. However, the POTUS didn’t directly call the woman his son’s nanny.

In related news, Barron also made headlines earlier this month after he stepped out in public looking as tall as ever. Some netizens are convinced that he could have a career as a basketball player when he gets older. Others also believe that Barron would be a wonderful president.

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U.S. President Donald Trump (C) departs the White House with first lady Melania Trump (R) and their son, Barron (L), February 01, 2019 in Washington, DC. Win McNamee/Getty Images