While the White House will not be Barron Trump’s full-time home until he finishes out the school year in Manhattan, he will have a bedroom at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. Barron’s bedroom, along with the Trump family living quarters, will be put together in less than five hours in one unbelievable frenzy.
The White House will become a beehive as soon as the Obama family vacates their quarters for the last time. That will be Friday when they leave to attend Trump’s inauguration. Not only will Barron’s room be fashioned just the way he likes it, so will the rest of the Trump family’s living quarters. Barron is only 10, so he probably won’t appreciate the amount of transition that will take place at the White House, but he will reap the benefits.
As soon as Barron, the youngest son of Donald and Melania Trump, enters their new White House living quarters, it will be like he is at a home away from home. Not only will he have a room set up just as he prefers, via mom Melania’s specifications, but all his favorite drinks and food will be stocked and ready and waiting for him.
Between the time the Obama family leaves 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue and the Trump family makes their first entrance into their new White House living quarters, only five or so hours will pass. It is within those five hours that the residence for the new first family will be set up in what the Washington Post calls “[t]he five craziest hours in the White House.”