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Melania Trump shares photo after finally moving into White House — then people instantly attack her

First lady Melania Trump is attacked on Twitter after sharing a photo on the day she and son Barron finally moved into the White House with President Donald Trump. (Chris Kleponis/Getty Images)

After nearly five months of living apart, it was announced Sunday that first lady Melania Trump and son Barron had finally moved into the White House with President Donald Trump.

Since Trump’s inauguration in January, Melania and Barron have continued to live in the Trumps’ midtown Manhattan penthouse. The Trumps said in January that in the interest of 11-year-old Barron, Melania would continue to live in New York City until Barron finished school for the summer because they didn't want to interrupt his education.

But despite the reasonable explanation for the first lady and president living apart, some people speculated that Melania would never move to the White House, offering the possible explanation that she was comfortable living apart from her husband.

But Melania on Sunday finally made good on her promise to move into the White House.

She publicly acknowledged the move in a photo posted to Twitter, which was presumably taken from the presidential living area of the White House and looked down toward the Washington Monument.

And while the Trumps were likely excited to be reunited in Washington, it’s clear that not many others felt the same way.

That’s because just as quickly as Melania shared her joy of “moving day,” Twitter users filled Melania's Twitter timeline with vitriolic and scathing responses:

While others expressed their happiness that Melania finally made the transition to Washington:

According to the New York Post, Barron is scheduled to enter the sixth grade at St. Andrew's Episcopal School in Potomac, Maryland, this fall. He was previously a student at Columbia Grammar and Preparatory School on the Upper West Side of Manhattan.

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