Donald Trump has retweeted his daughter Tiffany Trump's claim that the US has 'eight days to slow the spread' of coronavirus, as the president faces criticism for suggesting he could lift lockdowns in the United States early.
Tiffany shared an image from the CDC which shows '15 days' crossed out and replaced with '8', despite health experts warning that it could be a matter of months before social distancing measures can safely be lifted.
President Trump yesterday said that he will reconsider the nation's social distancing policy within a matter of days, and America would be open for business 'very soon'.
The US coronavirus death toll surpassed 500 on Monday as the total number of cases went past 43,000 and fifteen states went into various forms of lock-down.
The first daughter, 26, celebrated her graduation from Georgetown Law on Instagram today, sharing a collage of images. In the largest photo, Trump can be seen holding a sign for the Georgetown Law Cyberlaw Society. The socialite sports a gray tank top with pink baseball cap and worn-in white loafers in the image. It’s unclear whether her pink bottoms are a pair of shorts or a skirt.
When it comes to footwear, Trump, who attended University of Pennsylvania as an undergrad, tends to favor classic styles like pointed-toed pumps or sleek sandals. In terms of brands, she is a big fan of Aruna Seth’s feminine styles, which feature signature butterfly crystal embellishments. Seth told FN in May 2019 that Trump’s aesthetics are in sync with her own.
President Donald Trump's daughter is now a Georgetown University graduate.
Tiffany Trump virtually graduated from law school on Monday amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. As her graduation ceremony was canceled due to the health crisis, the 26-year-old instead shared numerous congratulatory messages from friends and family on her Instagram Stories.
Her boyfriend Michael Boulos wrote on his Instagram Stories, "Congratulations Tiffy! You've come a long way to get to this point and after all the hard work and sleepless nights, you more than deserve it, it's only the beginning now, love you honey and congrats again."
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Tiffany also shared a graduation video Georgetown Law made to celebrate its Class of 2020 graduates.
"Today you become Georgetown Lawyers," the school wrote alongside the clip on its official Instagram page. "Though we look forward to the day we can gather and celebrate together, we hope this message brings a smile to your face as you mark this momentous occasion in your lives. You make us all so proud."
It was a virtual graduation, as these things must be now, that marked the end of her three-year journey. Her boyfriend and heir to some fortune, Michael Boulos, wrote on his Instagram Stories, “Congratulations Tiffy! You’ve come a long way to get to this point and after all the hard work and sleepless nights, you more than deserve it, it’s only the beginning now, love you honey and congrats again.”
Over on her mother’s page was a tribute to the beach. Maples had visualized the beach and a friend offered her a house on the Jersey Shore. As good a way to celebrate a graduation as any. A couple weeks prior she congratulated Tiffany for finishing her exams. Tiffany’s father celebrated by being a troll, his real talent, and perhaps the only thing he has to give to anyone. He told the press that he takes hydroxychloroquine every day as a preventative measure against the coronavirus, a little joke for you and me and Tiffany and everyone else. Trump, however, is on record saying, “Oh, no. No. Tiffany is great. I love Tiffany.” Those comments likely still apply.
So what now for Tiffy? Well, the bar exam of course, whether she takes it over the summer, as is usual, or it gets postponed. But then? Follow the other adult children of the president into the family business and become another suit in the Trump Org’s team of lawyers? Or the other family business and be a part of the White House team? Or maybe it’s into politics for her. Like a senator, maybe. Or a comptroller. Will she be the final feather in her father’s Supreme Court cap? Trump’s youngest daughter has long remained fairly quiet about her plans, her wants, her dreams. But she did say way back in 2016, that she was at least curious about joining the family business. She told ABC’s George Stephanopoulos before starting, “Of course, I’m interested. I’m applying to law school though so I like to bring—a different kind [of] skill set to the company.” But who knows. A lot can change in four years.
Hashtags #blackoutTuesday and #justiceforgeorgefloyd accompanied her post.
Similar all-black posts flooded Instagram and Twitter Tuesday in a show of solidarity against police brutality against black people. Martin Luther King III, the oldest son of civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr., and celebrities like Lupita Nyong’o have also participated.
Activists, however, have warned against using the #blacklivesmatter hashtag with “Blackout Tuesday” posts, saying important updates are getting pushed down on social media by millions of images of black squares.