16 things to know about Tiffany Trump

President Trump's younger daughter Tiffany has kept a lower profile than her older half-siblings in the years since her father's inauguration. Here's what you need to know about Donald Trump's youngest daughter.

16 things to know about Tiffany Trump
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16 things to know about Tiffany Trump

She is reportedly dating someone new.

Late last year, Page Six reported that Tiffany Trump was dating Michael Boulos, who grew up in Lagos, Nigeria. His wealthy family apparently owns a company that trades in vehicles, equipment, retail, and construction. Boulos lives in London and reportedly met Trump last summer in Greece, and as evidenced by a new photo posted on Instagram, Trump brought him to the White House around Christmastime.

Tiffany Trump Is in Her Second Year at Law School in D.C.

After a summer full of traveling, Tiffany is back at school in D.C. According to her Instagram bio, she's working as an RA for Professor Shon Hopwood, a lawyer who once served time for a bank robbery. Here she is with Mariana Jantz, a friend from Georgetown.

Tiffany Trump's relationship with her father has not always been any easy one.

Though she has visited the White House and attended Easter services with the President and First Lady last spring at Mar-a-LagoPeople reportsthat "behind the scenes, Tiffany’s already strained relationship with her father has hit new lows since he took office in January 2017, with the pair going months at a time without contact."

"She went a very long time without seeing him," a source close to Tiffany told the magazine. "The last time she was at a family function with him, it was awkward for her and she didn’t feel totally welcome."

She and her longtime boyfriend, Ross Mechanic, split after she started law school.

The two dated for more than two years and broke up when she moved to Washington, D.C. last year to attend Georgetown LawPage Sixreports. Mechanic, 23, and Trump met as undergraduates at the University of Pennsylvania, and he attended her father's inauguration. He is reportedly a data engineer at Cadre, a New York-based real estate investment platform founded by Jared and Joshua Kushner.

She spent New Year's Eve at a Playboy party.

While Donald Trump and the rest of the first family rang in 2018 at Mar-a-Lago, the president's youngest daughter celebrated at a Playboy party. She was apparently the guest of honor at an event thrown by Cooper Hefner (the late-Hugh Hefner’s son) in Los Angeles.

She gets along with her siblings—now.

Tiffany and her older half-siblings have always appeared to get along well, but on-air radio conversations between Howard Stern and Donald Trump, unearthed in the Fall of 2017, reveal that Ivanka and Donald Jr. apparently tried to cut their younger sister out of her inheritance. Stern asked Trump, a frequent guest on his show, if Donald Jr. and Ivanka were trying to "bump off a child." Trump responds, "Tiffany?" "Is there any truth to that? [Inaudible] Tiffany?" Stern asks. "Tell me the truth, though," the radio host says, after Trump tries to dodge the question. "Yes," Trump said.

She was the only one of Trump's adult children not named to his Transition Team.

She did appear with her three older siblings on the then president-elect's 60 Minutesinterview. She had this to say: "I mean, I don't think we can really prepare for our father becoming president. But we were all there together with everyone that's worked so hard. And my dad has worked so hard. And it's just–it's really awe-inspiring."

She's one of the Rich Kids of Instagram. 

Her squad includes Peter and Harry Brant (sons of Peter Brant and Stephanie Seymour); Kyra Kennedy (daughter of Robert F. Kennedy Jr.); and EJ Johnson (son of Magic Johnson). You've probably been hate-tapping her yacht photos for years.

Yes, she was named after the store. 

The very Tiffany & Co., located on the corner of Fifth avenue and 57th street in New York City, made famous by Audrey Hepburn. Donald Trump completed his 58-story masterpiece, the Trump Tower skyscraper, on the prime slice of real estate adjacent to Tiffany's in 1982, 11 years before his fourth child was born.

Her mom is her BFF.

You may recognize Marla Maplesfrom Dancing with the Stars. When the Donald's marriage to mistress-turned-second-wife Maples ended, she packed up for the west coast, raising Tiffany in Los Angeles. On Where are they Now?, a 17-year-old Tiffany told Oprah, "My mom and I have always been very close since she did raise me as a single mom... Everyone I know is like, 'Wow you guys have a really good relationship!' She's with me a lot of the time." Judging from her Instagram feed, the duo hangs out a lot—giving Coachella vibes by the pool, zip lining at Sundance, wearing matching LBDs at the Carlyle. They both broke out some serious tango moves on a recent episode of DWTS.

Related: 9 Things to Know About Donald Trump's Second Wife, Marla Maples

She's an Ivy Leaguer.

She graduated from the University of Pennsylvania. Attending UPenn is a family tradition—her dad, brother Don Jr., and sister Ivanka all went there. (Tiffany, far right, is pictured above with Don Jr., Barbara Walters, Ivanka, and Eric.)

Good grades were a priority.

"She's got all As at Penn, so we're proud of her," the Donald told People in December of 2014. She once arrived a day late to a DuJour photo shoot because she was writing a paper for a summer class.

She interned at Vogue.

Big sister Ivanka, who runs a fashion business, reportedly scored her little sister an internship at the fashion title. Rumor has it that Tiffany lunched with Anna Wintour.

She had musical ambitions.

At 17, she released a dance song called "Like a Bird." It was heavy on the Auto-Tune.

She slays the runway.

She lent her walk to Just Drew designer (and fellow RKOI) Andrew Warren (that's him with Tiffany) for his fall 2016 show, modeling a navy blazer and tights.

She spoke at the Republican National Convention. 

On day two of 2016's Republican National Convention Tiffany addressed the delegates. "Please excuse me if I'm a little nervous," she began. "When I graduated college a few months ago, I never expected to be here tonight addressing the nation." Despite the nerves, she used her speech to cast a soft light on the then-nominee, highlighting his strengths as a father, "In person, my father is so friendly, so considerate, so funny, and so real," she said. "I have admired my father all of my life, and I love him with all my heart."


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