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Chelsea Clinton defends Barron Trump from attacks on social media

Chelsea Clinton defends Barron Trump from attacks on social media

Rich, 33, and a SNL writer since 2013, deleted her Twitter account after the pushback but revived it Monday afternoon to post an apology.

After trolls targeted Donald Trump's youngest child, Barron, over his facial expressions during the inauguration, Chelsea Clinton came to the boy's defense on social media.

Rich's tweet came as President Trump has sparred with Saturday Night Live over the program's portrayal of him.

Barron Trump, walking in the inaugural parade.

Chelsea stood up for 10-year-old Barron Trump in a Facebook post on January 22, the Daily Mail reported. She was one of many people over the years who has broken the tacit rule that presidential children should be off-limits. He is a ten year old little boy.

Just days after her father Bill Clinton was elected president in 1992, talk show host Rush Limbaugh, (then on television) mocked Chelsea's appearance and called her "the White House dog". Many are calling for Rich to be fired and for a boycott of SNL. Chelsea also managed make her feelings known concerning President Trump's policies going forward.

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Donald himself, who is no fan of SNL, hasn't yet made a statement about the Tweet, although the newly-installed president will probably find the time between signing executive orders to take a spray on Twitter.

Clinton did not specify which policies she was referring to in the post.

Former first daughter Chelsea Clinton has leapt to the defence of Barron Trump, telling the internet trolls to back off. Attacking Barron on social media was not confined to the United States. "Otherwise collect your $600k a year and go away", a person commented on her Facebook post. It is presumed that Melania and Barron Trump will move into the White House sometime over the summer.

Former first children have made a habit of reaching out across the aisle to one another in a show of support.

The Trumps and Clintons had a friendly past prior to the election, so it seems only natural that their children built good relationships along the way.


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