President Donald Trump admitted his youngest son Barron, 14, is staying ‘in his room’ during quarantine and is struggling a bit since he wishes he could be out playing sports, in a White House press briefing.
President Donald Trump, 73, called his son Barron, 14, “a good athlete” and revealed that the coronavirus pandemic that’s causing him to stay home in quarantine for an unknown amount of time, is making him miss playing sports. The Commander-in-Chief made the comment during a White House press briefing on Apr. 4 after a reporter asked how Barron was doing with not being in school and having to stay secluded like so many other people in America and the world. ” He loves soccer and he’s like everyone else, everything’s shut down. He’s in his room. He’s happy, but he’s not as happy as you could be,” Trump said during the briefing. “He’d like to be playing sports, Barron.”