Shockingly, the young boy was taunted by online trolls for his posture and facial expressions during the recent inauguration ceremony.
Saturday Night Live writer Katie Rich was one of those trolls; she made a very offensive jibe at the young lad, tweeting: "Barron will the country's first homeschool shooter".
The tweet was hastily deleted after a severe backlash from angry social media users.
However, jumping to his defence, Clinton responded to the bullies with a carefully worded tweet - even managing to express her own political beliefs regarding President Trump's controversial policies.
Barron Trump deserves the chance every child does-to be a kid. Standing up for every kid also means opposing @POTUS policies that hurt kids.— Chelsea Clinton (@ChelseaClinton) January 22, 2017
Not surprisingly, the mum-of-two's tweet received huge praise, with plenty agreeing with her sentiments.
No doubt the 36-year-old sympathises with Barron - having spent most of her teenage years in the media spotlight.
We also think he should be given a break; after all, what ten-year-old wouldn't be bored sitting through a long official ceremony?!