President Donald Trump will have his family under one roof next week. First Lady Melania Trump and Barron are scheduled to move from Trump Tower in New York City to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, D.C. on Thursday, June 14. Now that Barron is out of school for the summer, he and his mother will relocate.

Katherine Jellison, a history professor at Ohio University, indicates that this is a good thing because the move will help give the impression that the president is in a stable, solid marriage and that his home life is under control.

Sam Nunberg, a former Trump campaign aide, said he is very happy the first lady is moving to the White House.

He added that it will be good for the president because his wife is a strong influence, and she will be a big comfort for him.

Melania's parents

Even though the first lady's parents won't move to Washington to stay full time, Victor and Amalija Knavs will come with Melania and Barron to help them get settled. They will also be there to help care for Barron during his adjustment period. This is much like former First Lady Michelle Obama's mother did when she moved into the White House to help take care of Malia and Sasha. Barron is accustomed to being with his grandparents because they have been living in Trump Tower penthouse and have spent most weekends at Mar-a-Lago with the Trumps and recently at Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey.

Barron's school

Barron will be the first male child to live at the White House since John F. Kennedy Jr. in 1963. He will be the first only child since Chelsea Clinton was there. The president's youngest son will be transported to a school in Potomac, Maryland. He will attend the St. Andrew's Episcopal School starting on September 5 when it opens after the summer break.

The school was selected because the Trumps want their son to be out of the spotlight in Washington as much as possible.

Melania Trump's platform

It is not crystal clear what Melania Trump's platform will be. During the campaign, she said it would be speaking out against cyberbullying, but nothing has been done about it since she said it.

Perhaps after she gets settled in the White House, there will be more details about it. Also, it is expected that she will be more of a presence in public. However, those close to the Trumps say it is useless to expect the introverted first lady to be transformed just because she is relocating to the White House. Also, don't expect her extroverted husband to be like her just because they will be living under the same roof.