Thanks to his nearly non-stop tweets, Donald Trump has become a constant presence in Americans’ lives — whether we want him there or not. But thankfully, not all of the president’s kids are the same way. In fact, his youngest son Barron Trump remains a bit of a mystery.
Sure, the politician’s three eldest children — Donald Jr., Ivanka, and Eric — get their fair share of coverage for working at his company or in the White House. However, his 11-year-old is rarely seen or even talked about. Scroll down for an update on the tween’s life in 2018.
What is Barron Trump’s IQ?
Dr. Dean Simonton, who teaches psychology at the University of California, Davis, reportedly estimated Barron’s IQ at 136, according to one outlet. In comparison, about 95% of the population has an IQ between 70 and 130, so it’s believed that the bilingual middle-schooler is on the smarter side.
Barron Trump’s height is staggering for a tween.
Though his exact height isn’t currently on record, recent photos show that he’s only a few inches shorter than his 6-foot-2 father, and about the same height as his 5-foot-11 mother, Melania. And just think… he’s still growing!
What’s Barron Trump’s Twitter/Instagram account?
If you see Instagram or Twitter users with Barron’s name, they’re not him — he doesn’t have any social media accounts. His dad would call those pages “fake news.”
When’s his birthday?
Barron was born on March 20, 2006 — so he wasn’t even alive when his dad’s former reality show, The Apprentice, first premiered! He’s Melania’s only child, and is 29 years younger than his oldest half-sibling, Donald Trump Jr.
The aspiring businessman clearly has a close bond with his mother. Before she became First Lady, Melania told Parenting.com in 2015, “I am a full time mom; that is my first job. The most important job ever. I started my business when he started school.” Barron’s also fluent in her native Slovene.
Has Barron given any interviews?
He’s never given an interview, but he’s stolen the spotlight from his dad on a few rare occasions! One notable instance was when he adorably tried to entertain half-sister Ivanka’s nine-month-old son Teddy as Donald signed his first executive orders as president. Barron patted the tot’s back and played peek-a-boo while everyone else looked bored out of their minds.
— CBS News (@CBSNews) January 20, 2017
Melania gushed about her son to Parenting.com, telling the site, “He is a very strong-minded, very special, smart boy. He is independent and opinionated and knows exactly what he wants… We let him be creative; let his imagination fly.”
She added, “When he was five years old, he wanted to be like daddy: a businessman and golfer. He loves to build something and tear it down and build something else. He is very detailed at drawing. We travel often and he remembers everything he sees.”
What is Barron Trump’s net worth?
According to Forbes, Donald is currently worth an estimated $3.1 billion, which he will eventually split between his five children (we’re assuming). But for now, Barron is just a kid living off of his parents (as he should be!)
Does Barron Trump have a dog at the White House?
Sadly, no. At the beginning of last year, rumors circulated that the family would be taking a 9-week-old Goldendoodle puppy to the White House, but nothing ever came of the reports.
What’s his nickname?
Melania told Parenting.com that her nickname for Barron is “Little Donald.” She revealed, “He is a mixture of us in looks, but his personality is why I call him ‘Little Donald.'”
The former model added, “They have a beautiful relationship full of respect and love… We spend a lot of time in Mar-a-Lago [in Palm Beach, FL]. There they play golf, spend time together, eat dinner together, and we enjoy family time.”
Where does he go to school?
Now that Barron calls Washington, D.C. home, he goes to St. Andrew’s Episcopal School in Potomac, MD. It reportedly costs $40K-per-year and boasts small class sizes of 11 to 15 students. He’s the first presidential child to not attend Sidwell Friends school. While living in New York, he went to the Columbia Grammar and Preparatory School on Manhattan’s Upper West Side.