It's a shame that this even needs to be said. https://t.co/5zpyvo5G3h
— Alyssa Canobbio (@AlyssaEinDC) January 24, 2017
Given some of the crap spewed at 10-year-old Barron Trump over the past several days, it’s not surprising that the White House would release a statement like this:
NEW: Statement from the White House Press Office pic.twitter.com/cJSv6hMuIQ
— Zeke Miller (@ZekeJMiller) January 24, 2017
Familiar privacy appeal from WH press office: pic.twitter.com/GqudRKqjDE
— Mark Knoller (@markknoller) January 24, 2017
Some pretty awful things have been said about Trump’s older children, but at the very least, they’re capable of speaking out and defending themselves (and each other). Barron is not — and he should remain off-limits.
— Elizabeth (@howboutme) January 24, 2017
— Holly (@HollyASwanson) January 24, 2017
@markknoller Whole-heartily agree. Should not even have to remind anyone.
— Steve Stack (@stacksteven) January 24, 2017
— Southern by Grace (@AmyMcKe91512587) January 24, 2017
@markknoller shame on anyone who is harassing and bullying this child.
— Loved ♡?? (@RayneNGrace) January 24, 2017
@ZekeJMiller I'm assuming this is about Barron, which should go without saying. Once the kids become advisors, however, spotlight on.
— Michael Weiss (@michaelweiss31) January 24, 2017
Can you make sure Hollywood gets this memo? https://t.co/AedQx7Nz5q
— Kathleen McKinley (@KatMcKinley) January 24, 2017
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