President Trump's daughter Tiffany attended a wedding in Manhattan with fellow guests Bill and Hillary Clinton. The president's time away from Washington has also seen the launch of a "news" channel on Trump's Facebook page last week. Political commentator Kayleigh McEnany quit CNN recently and now appears on the Trump channel.
Trump says he's battling "fake news" with the show, which features guests and commentators, including his daughter-in-law, former Inside Edition producer Lara Trump.
It's September, which means it's New York Fashion Week (NYFW) up here in the Greatest City On Earth. As has become her habit, Tiffany Trump is participating in this year's celebrations. However, this year, Tiffany Trump's NYFW hit a stumble as she started the week off.
“Hitting a stumble” really is the theme of 2017, so of course this would happen — especially to a Trump. With Donald Trump in the White House, the New York family is under increased scrutiny, which means that tiny mistakes can get blown up in the media. It appears that is what's happening to Tiffany Trump, daughter of Donald and his second wife, Marla Maples, with her fashion week plans.
Unfortunately, the younger Trump daughter's publicist made a fashion week mistake that led to a snarky write-up in the New York Daily News, which has long been home to Trump-family gossip. It was an easy mistake to make. There's a Harper's Magazine, which is a monthly magazine covering literature, politics, culture, etc. Then there's a Harper's Bazaar, which is a monthly magazine that covers fashion. Can you get an idea of where this is heading?
In a new Twitter video, first daughters Tiffany and Ivanka Trump blew kisses to followers — but received mostly criticism in return.
Nice to see Tiffany Trump yesterday as well! So beautiful!
In the short clip — which was posted by President Trump’s younger daughter, Tiffany, on Twitter and Instagram on Tuesday — the two women wear swimsuits and sunglasses as they lounge by the pool at their father’s Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida and the song “O Holy Night” plays. A filter featuring angel wings and a halo hovers over the sisters as they blow kisses and Tiffany wishes fans a Merry Christmas.
The subject of Tiffany Trump's relationship with the rest of the first family has always been an interesting one, particularly because there's a temptation to look at her as "the other Trump" — which is what a memorable New York Times piece from October 2016 referred to her as. But when it comes to explaining the 24-year-old's relationship wither her big sister, Ivanka Trump, there's another piece of work that proves much more useful: Ivanka's first book, The Trump Card: Playing to Win in Work and Life. Within the book, a direct Ivanka Trump quote on Tiffany reveals a lot about the nature of the two sisters' relationship.
The quote comes from a portion of the book in which Ivanka talks about the relationship between the Trump kids and money from their father, now President Donald Trump.
Ivanka, Eric, and eldest son Donald Trump Jr. didn't look to their dad "as an ATM machine," Ivanka wrote, but they did, however, get to indulge in spending at his expense. That benefit came from being close to their father, Ivanka says — in the book the eldest daughter writes that the three oldest children lived a couple floors away from Donald Sr., whereas Tiffany Trump lived in California with their father's second wife, Marla Maples.