President-elect Donald Trump, left, with his son Barron and wife Melania, in New York. Trump says he will move to the White House but his wife and young son will follow him at the end of the school year.
President-elect Donald Trump, left, with his son Barron and wife Melania, in New York. Trump says he will move to the White House but his wife and young son will follow him at the end of the school year. Evan Vucci AP
President-elect Donald Trump, left, with his son Barron and wife Melania, in New York. Trump says he will move to the White House but his wife and young son will follow him at the end of the school year. Evan Vucci AP

First family may not move to Washington because of son’s school

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