Barron Trump "The Expert" Tee Draws Attention on Twitter
Like father, like son.
Barron Trump and his mom, First Lady Melania Trump, have officially moved into the White House.
Upon their arrival on Sunday, all eyes were on the 11-year-old, who arrived in a ringer t-shirt with the words,"The Expert," emblazoned across the chest. Twitter users took notice of the tee with a boastful slogan that sounded like something that might have come out of his dad Donald's mouth.
On board AF1 from Bedminster to DC: Melania, Barron in a T-shirt that said "The expert," Melania's parents, the Kushner kids. pic.twitter.com/SAi1hMjbJP— Jennifer Jacobs (@JenniferJJacobs) June 12, 2017
Barron Trump is wearing a shirt that says The Expert— Jack Posobiec (@JackPosobiec) June 12, 2017
THIS IS NOT A DRILL pic.twitter.com/agqmX1gRdc
Hats off the Barron Trump for declaring himself to be THE EXPERT as he moves into the White House pic.twitter.com/kcc8ijlbeX— Hadley Freeman (@HadleyFreeman) June 12, 2017
Really hope Don Jr.'s says "The Second-Favorite" and Eric's says "The Other One" https://t.co/Sni5cgNqR7— Mдтт Иegяiи (@MattNegrin) June 12, 2017
Of course, someone has already created a Twitter account inspired by Barron's latest look using the handle @BarronTheExpert.
i am the expert— Barron "The Expert" (@BarronTheExpert) June 12, 2017
The tee that caught everyone's attention was sold at J.Crew. However, it's no longer available. The cotton t-shirt, priced at $29.50, is described as "Whatever his skill set may be, this is the T-shirt that identifies him as the expert." (Could Barron be trolling his own dad? Maybe.)
Folks on Twitter also noticed Donald Trump's son playing with a fidget spinner, a toy that The New York Times has described as being Gen Z's hula hoop. The spinners have also been marketed as a form of therapy to relieve stress.
Melania and Barron have lived at Trump Tower in New York since the inauguration so that he could finish the school year uninterrupted. In the fall, he'll be entering the sixth grade at St. Andrew's Episcopal School in Potomac, Maryland.