Meet Tiffany Trump, Donald Trump’s second-youngest daughter that he has with ex-wife Marla Maples — whom he was married to from 1993 to 1999.
The 22-year-old is a senior at the University of Pennsylvania and is a model. The blonde is double majoring in sociology and urban studies.
Tiffany Ariana Trump has four other siblings – Donald Trump, Jr., 38, Ivanka Trump, 34, Eric Trump, 32, and Barron Trump, 9.
Bustle reports that Tiffany aligns herself with the modern-day “Brat Pack” declared “the rich kids of Instagram.” Among the famous rich kids Tiffany Trump is close friends with are Peter and Harry Brant (sons of Stephanie Seymour and Peter Brant); Kyra Kennedy (daughter of Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.); Gaïa Matisse (great-great-granddaughter of artist Henri Matisse); and EJ Johnson (son of Magic Johnson).
Like her siblings, Tiffany Trump has great grades in school and sometimes travels with her father on the campaign trail. She’s been spotted in photo ops after some of Donald Trump’s fervorous GOP debates.
What kind of relationship did Donald Trump have with his daughter while she was growing up?
Tiffany told DuJour magazine in February that her father wasn’t always present since she was raised in Los Angeles, far away from Trump’s headquarters of conducting business and living lavishly in Manhattan. Tiffany would often go to Donald’s golf resort in Mar-a-Lago located in Palm Springs, Florida, for vacations. He’s known to frequent the residence with current wife, Melania Trump, and their 9-year-old son, Barron.
“I don’t know what it’s like to have a typical father figure,” Tiffany told the magazine. “He’s not the dad who’s going to take me to the beach and go swimming, but he’s such a motivational person.”
Tiffany Trump told Barbara Walters in a 20/20 interview that she thinks her father appeals to voters because he “speaks in a way that the average person can understand,” which she feels is “refreshing for everyone.”
The young lady added that she’s “happy” to be in the family she’s in and is glad to be a Trump.
Tiffany Trump’s mother, Marla Maples, will appear on the upcoming season of Dancing with the Stars.
“She has been training hard,” she told Inside Edition. “She just got started but I definitely have some faith in her. She is an amazing dancer. She is a great athlete. She is ready for this.”
People will be seeing a lot more of Tiffany Trump during her father’s continuing run in the presidential race and her mother’s appearance on Dancing with the Stars when she cheers her on.
Donald Trump’s daughter is seeing a Democrat who’s a supporter of Hillary Clinton — Ross Mechanic. Daily Mail reports that the 23-year-old is a software engineer and is a liberal of sorts. It’s incredible that a girl from Tiffany’s background and being the child of a polarizing Republican presidential candidate would get tangled up with a man who’s a Democrat. Apparently it works just fine for them.
According to some digging that Daily Mail did, the young couple are “connected by their roles as heirs to ultra-wealthy, New York real estate dynasties and that their powerful fathers have known each other in the business world for at least a decade.”
Donald Trump even once signed a copy of his book, The Art of the Deal, for Ross’s father, Jonathan Mechanic. The inscription reads: “To the greatest real estate lawyer in the world, best wishes, Donald.”
Jonathan Mechanic is a real estate attorney. Daily Mail reports that the Mechanic family – Jonathan, 63, his wife Wendy Sue Levine, 59, and sons Marc, 25, and Ross, 21 – are all registered, active Democrats. This information comes from public records. Jonathan and Wendy Sue have been registered Democrats since 1988.
As the report goes on to reveal, Ross is due to graduate from UPenn in 2017 with a BSE in Computer Science. He also has “limited working proficiency” of Arabic.
Tiffany Trump lives big and is a member of one of the world’s most famous families. She’s about to be in the spotlight even more given the nature of publicity that her father is drawing in the presidential campaign and her mother appearing on a hit reality show.
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