Here Is The ‘Hardly Talked About’ And The ‘Less Loved’ Daughter Of The US President- Tiffany Trump

Tiffany Trump addressed the Republican national convention in July, when her father became the party’s official nominee, and was by his side as he delivered his victory speech at the Hilton Hotel in midtown Manhattan.

Nevertheless, the younger Trump daughter is still something of a mystery to the US and the world. Here are some lesser-known facts about the elusive Tiffany.

Her mum is a TV personality

Tiffany’s mother, Marla Maples, was married to Donald Trump from 1993 to 1997. She started her career as an actress with small roles in films including Maximum Overdrive, the only movie directed by horror author Stephen King, and the Steven Seagal vehicle Executive Decision. A more credible appearance was in US auteur Todd Solondz’s 1998 film Happiness.

Maples’s connection to Trump led her to present Miss Universe and Miss USA pageants in the 1990s and she has also appeared as a celebrity guest on TV wrestling. In addition, she has her own radio show, been a co-host on The View – the US version of ITV’s Loose Women – and will be a contestant in the next series of Dancing With the Stars.

Earlier this year, Maples told People magazine she had effectively raised Tiffany as a single mother. The 52-year-old said: “Her daddy is a good provider with education and such, but as far as time, it was just me. Her father wasn’t able to be there with day-to-day skills as a parent. He loves his kids. There’s no doubt. But everything was a bit of a negotiation.

She’s dating a Democrat

Tiffany met Ross Mechanic, a 21-year-old software engineering student, at university and the pair have been together since 2015. Ross is a registered Democrat who expressed support for Trump’s rival Hillary Clinton on social media. “While Ross perhaps does not align with his girlfriend and her father politically, he does appear to have a head for business,” the Daily Mail reports.

A Trump Organization spokesperson later clarified that there were “no immediate plans for Tiffany to join the company”, but did not rule out the possibility that she might do so after she finishes university.

“The Trump Organization is proud to be a family business with an incredibly strong bond. While there are no immediate plans for Tiffany to join the company as she is currently applying to law school, the family looks forward to her potentially joining the business in the future if she chooses,” they said.

She’s a social media star

With nearly 300,000 followers on Instagram, President Trump’s youngest daughter has a large and growing fan base. “And really, in today’s day and age, a well-curated Instagram account seems to often be worth more than any number of cable news interviews,” says Bustle.

So popular are Tiffany and her rich and famous friends, who document every detail of their extravagant lives on social media, the New York Times has given them a nickname. “Las Vegas in the 1950s and ’60s had the Rat Pack. In Los Angeles in the ’80s there was the Brat Pack,” the newspaper says. “Now, New York has become home base to a young, wealthy and itinerant group that one may think of as the Snap Pack.”

She’s a doting daughter

Speaking at the Republican convention, Tiffany delivered a brief but heartfelt speech about how her father motivated her while she was growing up. “His desire for excellence is contagious.” she said. “He possesses a unique gift for bringing that trait out in others starting with those closest to him.” She went on to describe the President as a “friendly, considerate and funny” man. “I have admired my father all of my life,” she said, “and I love him with all my heart.”

But Trump is ‘less proud’ of her than his other kids

In an interview with Fox and Friends, Trump said he was proud of all his children, but his youngest daughter “to a lesser extent.”

“I’m very proud of my children,” he said. “I mean, I’m just looking at them right now, as an example for your show. But I’m very proud, because Don and Eric and Ivanka and – you know, to a lesser extent because she just got out of school, out of college – but, uh, Tiffany, who has also been so terrific. They work so hard.”

According to the Daily Mail, it appears Tiffany “might need to put in a little more legwork if she wants to win her father’s affections”.

She’s a social media star

With nearly 300,000 followers on Instagram, President Trump’s youngest daughter has a large and growing fan base. “And really, in today’s day and age, a well-curated Instagram account seems to often be worth more than any number of cable news interviews,” says Bustle.

So popular are Tiffany and her rich and famous friends, who document every detail of their extravagant lives on social media, the New York Times has given them a nickname. “Las Vegas in the 1950s and ’60s had the Rat Pack. In Los Angeles in the ’80s there was the Brat Pack,” the newspaper says. “Now, New York has become home base to a young, wealthy and itinerant group that one may think of as the Snap Pack.”

She doesn’t think her dad is sexist

Donald Trump faced endless backlash throughout the presidential campaign for his blatantly sexist and misogynistic comments about women, which included comments about their appearance, asking how Clinton could “satisfy America” if she “can’t even satisfy her husband” and a “joke” about Ivanka’s attractiveness and how he would date her if she was not his daughter.

“He evaluates female worth in relationship to male worth and appears to view women as either baby-makers or sex toys,” says Quartz.

Tiffany, however, disagrees. “He wants us to do the best and he has the utmost faith that we can accomplish whatever we set our minds to just as well as men, if not better,” she said earlier this year.

She’s off to law school

.Many speculated the 23-year-old would shun a role in the Trump business in favor of training to be a lawyer, with Harvard, Columbia and New York University all aired as possible sites for her.

Many speculated the 23-year-old would shun a role in the Trump business in favor of training to be

a lawyer, with Harvard, Columbia and New York University all aired as possible sites for her.

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