If you believe everything you have seen online about Donald and Melania Trump, they are one step away from divorce court.
However, those rumors were quickly put to bed when it was revealed the First Couple will be spending Easter together at Mar-a-Lago club.
Busy Days for Trump
As usual, President Trump will be all over the country leading up to Easter Sunday.
The man that seemingly never sleeps was in Ohio yesterday giving an infrastructure speech.
He left Ohio to fly directly to Mar-a-Lago to be with Melania and Barron.
Everyone will return to Washington at some point on Sunday to host the Monday Easter Egg Roll on the South Lawn.
What About Melania?
Melania has not been in Washington all week, but it is not for the reasons the media have been reporting.
Contrary to what the media reported, it was not to get away from the President.
Barron was actually on spring break from school, so Melania left Washington to spend some quality time with Barron before he returns to school next week.
While it is unclear if everyone will be traveling back together on Sunday, they are all expected to be back at the White House at some point before Monday’s event.
If this year is a mirror of last year, the Trump’s will be spending Easter morning at Mar-a-Lago.
The Trump family will more than likely attend Easter services at Bethesda-by-the-Sea Episcopal Church.
This is actually the church where Melania and Donald were married back in 2005.
After services, they will more than likely host their own Easter event at Mar-a-Lago for the local children.
For those attending services, expect some extra security at the church, including metal detectors.
Back to Washington
Once the festivities wind up at Mar-a-Lago, Trump is expected to head back to Washington.
With the event on Monday, we fully expect Melania and Barron to either travel with Trump or follow soon thereafter.
In all likelihood, this will be Trump’s last visit to the Florida resort this year.
In his first year as president, Trump stopped going to Mar-a-Lago after Easter and spent most of his weekends working at his Bedminster property.