President Trump’s younger daughter, Tiffany Trump, is registered to vote in two different states, reports revealed Wednesday after her father categorized being registered in two states as "voter fraud."
The Washington Post and NBC News confirmed a report by Heat Street that Tiffany Trump is registered in both Pennsylvania and New York.
It is illegal to cast a ballot in multiple states, though it is not illegal to be registered in two states at the same time. It frequently happens when a person moves to a new state and registers at their new home, but their old state hasn't yet updated its voter rolls.
Tiffany Trump and her older half-sister, Ivanka Trump, maintain a close bond, often spending time together and featuring each other on their Instagram channels. The older first daughter has spoken about her relationship with Tiffany, telling People, “She’s my little sister! I’ve been close to Tiffany her whole life, and I really love her.”
Like Ivanka, the 23-year-old University of Pennsylvania graduate has a great sense of style and loves to post images of her looks on her Instagram account. In her latest post, in which she poses in front of the Washington Monument with her half-brother Eric Trump, she wears a sleek navy coat, a bright blue scarf, and patriotic footwear. The label of the $725 lace-up flats that feature the colors of the American flag? Aquazzura — the same brand that’s currently suing the Ivanka Trump label.
Tiffany Trump is learning the hard way that buzz words like “inclusive” only apply to a certain segment of the population: liberals who froth at the mouth anytime her father’s name is uttered.
Before New York Fashion Week kicked off last week, industry Web site Business of Fashion launched a campaign called “Tied Together,” which encouraged showgoers to wear white bandanas and designers to incorporate them on runways to unite people in these divisive times. And the activist accessory has caught on.
Plug in #tiedtogether on Instagram and at least 5,000 posts appear. Add that to the endless parade of empowerment T-shirts sent down the runway this week — Christian Siriano’s “People are people,” Creatures of Comfort’s “We are all human beings,” and Prabal Gurung’s “Love is love” — and it would appear that the former arbiters of snoot have morphed into the Sisters of Mercy.
Whoopi Goldberg has made it clear over the past year that she has little regard for our new President Donald Trump, saying he’s a threat to the civil liberties of all Americans, notably women, people of color, immigrants and LGBTQ people.
But for all her problems with Trump, the actress and “The View” host doesn’t think it’s right for his younger daughter, Tiffany Trump, to be shunned and mistreated, as Goldberg says she was during at least one event during New York Fashion Week.
At the Phillip Plein show on Monday at the New York Public Library, the 23-year-old was left sitting alone after several magazine editors moved so they wouldn’t have to be near Trump‘s daughter, People magazine reported. Some even tweeted that they had changed seats, with former Wall Street Journal columnist Christina Binkley posting photos of the 23-year-old with empty seats beside her.
Tiffany Trump has made her way back to front row at New York Fashion Week despite claims that editors didn't want to sit with her the night before.
The 23-year-old reportedly spent her time at the Philipp Plein presentation carefully avoiding Madonna — a harsh critic of her father Donald — and being shunned by editors. However, she was all smiles at the Dennis Basso show the next day.
Tiffany donned a wine-colored dress embellished with crystal beading as she sat in the front row alongside her friend, designer Andrew Warren.