Donald Trump to attend Barron's high school graduation

Donald Trump to attend Barron's high school graduation

Barron Trump, the youngest son of former President Donald Trump and Melania Trump, is set to graduate from Oxbridge Academy, a private school in West Palm Beach, Florida. The graduation ceremony, which is by invitation only, is expected to draw significant attention. Oxbridge officials have emphasized the private nature of the event and have requested that the media and public respect the privacy of the ceremony.

The graduation comes amid the ongoing legal proceedings involving Donald Trump, who was engaged in a trial in New York City. Despite the trial, the former president has been permitted by the presiding judge, Juan Merchan, to attend his son's graduation. This decision follows an initial uncertainty regarding his attendance due to his legal commitments.

As for Barron Trump, who turned 18 on March 20 and has been largely shielded from the public eye, speculation surrounds his future academic pursuits. There has been discussion about the possibility of him attending the University of Pennsylvania or New York University, but it remains unconfirmed which institution he will choose. The Oxbridge Academy, which is situated near the Trump family's Mar-a-Lago home, has taken measures to ensure that the focus remains on the graduation ceremony itself, canceling classes on campus to maintain the event's exclusivity.


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