At the opening of the Trump hotel in Vancouver on Tuesday, Donald Trump Jr. mentioned in passing his younger half-sister Tiffany is “soon to be within the [Trump] organization,” the Washington Post reports.
Tiffany was at the hotel opening with Donald Jr. and Eric, both of whom took over the business from their father. Their sister Ivanka used to hold a role as VP of development and acquisitions, but she left the company to move to D.C. with her husband Jared Kushner (who now serves as a senior advisor to President Trump) and their three children.
A Trump Organization representative told CNN there “are no immediate plans for Tiffany to join the company,” but that “the family looks forward to her potentially joining the business in the future if she chooses.”
The 22-year-old University of Pennsylvania grad, who was raised in Los Angeles by her mom, documents her lavish lifestyle thoroughly on Instagram, even earning a spot among the "Rich Kids of Instagram" thanks to glamour shots and images of tropical vacation spots.
But following Sunday evening's town hall–style debate at Washington University in St. Louis, Tiffany Trump was all of us.
A moment — caught on camera for all of eternity — appears to shows Tiffany dodging a kiss on the cheek from dear 'ol dad, swerving out of his reach with a grace that would make Muhammad Ali proud. She remained peppy throughout the interaction, however, laughing and giving the Donald a loving pat on the arm.”
A winter storm may be hammering the East Coast, but Tiffany Trump is experiencing a far more enjoyable tropical climate while exploring the jungles of Belize.
The 23-year-old First Daughter and her longtime boyfriend Ross Mechanic arrived in Central America on March 4, and she has spent her adventure-filled vacation doing everything from snorkeling to zip-lining.
And while many Americans were preparing for the arrival of winter storm Stella on Monday night, Tiffany took to Instagram to share a photo of herself posed on the root of a giant tree.
She did appear with her three older siblings on the President-Elect's 60 Minutes interview. 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."
The very Tiffany & Co., located on the corner of 5th 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.
On day two of the 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 often crass 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."