President’s Daughter to Attend Georgetown in the Fall


Tiffany Trump, President Donald Trump’s youngest daughter, will be attending Georgetown University in the fall. However, she will not be the first Trump to do so! Eric Trump, her brother, also graduated with his Bachelors in finance and management, and Ivanka, her sister, attended for two years before transferring out.

The 23-year-old is the child of Trump and his ex-wifre, Marla Maples. She graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a double major in sociology and urban studies, in 2016. Although she has been admitted into Georgetown Law, she previously toured Harvard Law School.

NY Times reports:

“She has taken all the steps to enroll,” said Mimi Koumanelis, a spokeswoman for the school.

Eric Trump, Mr. Trump’s second son, has a degree from Georgetown, where the law school is ranked 15th, and is a member of the school’s Business, Society and Public Policy Initiative advisory board. Ivanka Trump, Mr. Trump’s elder daughter, who serves in the White House as assistant to the president, attended Georgetown for two years before transferring to the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.

Ms. Trump’s appearance in Washington will most likely subject her to a newfound degree of scrutiny, one at odds with the lower profile she has kept over the years. According to reports, Ms. Trump had difficulty adjusting to life on the campaign trail with her family, and her mother suggested that her relationship with Mr. Trump had been more distant compared with those of her siblings.

“Georgetown is an incredible school with great significance to me personally,” he added in an email relayed by a spokeswoman to The New York Times. “I am so proud of Tiffany and all that she has accomplished. She is an amazing young woman, a terrific sister and has a remarkable future ahead of her.”

It sounds like Tiffany has a very bright future ahead of her in Washington D.C.!

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