Nov 21, 2016 08:38 AM EST

Melania And Barron Trump Face Controversial Issue With Secret Service At A New York Restaurant

As president-elect Donald Trump's cabinet picks and policy proposals provoke huge concerns and protests worldwide, his wife, Melania, took their son, Barron, out for pizza near their Trump Tower home in midtown Manhattan on Thursday, November 17. According to an eyewitness, the two had a "mommy-son lunch date" at Serafina Fabulous Pizza.

According to inquisitr, Melania and Barron Trump showed up with their own Secret Service detail and sat at a table cleared for them. There was also space for additional patrons they were meeting with and for the record, Melania ate a Di Fabio pizza and Barron ate pasta. The youngest Trump son wasn't in class because there wasn't any school due to parent/teacher conferences.

It's only been a over a week already since Donald Trump was elected the next president of the United States and New York City is scrowding with protective detail for the entire Trump family. According to Jobs & Hire, Officers from NYPD and Secret Service have their work cut out for them in occupied Manhattan as Trump meets with several foreign leaders and advisors as his transition team gets sorted out.

As previously reported by Us Magazine, Trump is also eyeing other controversial candidates to fill his administration, including former Alaska governor Sarah Palin - who believes climate change is a hoax - and former opponent Chris Christie, who dropped out of the 2016 presidential race after the New Jersey governor's Bridgegate scandal. Thursday's incident at the NYC restaurant took a shocker to several guests when a team of Secret Service agents burst into the scene to alert staff that the future first lady and first son were about to come in.

The people joining Melania and Barron were wanded with metal detectors. Donald and Melania Trump have kept their son protected and away from much of the press.

Barron Trump was seen standing with the rest of the family after debates his father had against other Republican candidates early in his campaign, as well as debates the president-elect had with his Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton. Despite America's somber mood, Trump claimed during an interview that he plans to be more positive saying "It's different now, I want a country that loves each other. I want to stress that." 

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