Tiffany Ariana Trump was born on October 13, 1993, at St. Mary's Medical Center in West Palm Beach, Florida. She is Donald Trump's only child with his second wife, actress and TV personality Marla Maples, whom he married in December 1993. She was named after Tiffany & Company (her father purchased the air rights above the Fifth Avenue jewelry store in the 1980s in order to build Trump Tower). Her parents divorced in 1999 after being separated for two years. She was raised by her mother in California.
She has three older half-siblings, Don Jr., Ivanka and Eric, from Donald's first wife Ivana, and a younger half-brother, Barron, from Trump's third wife Melania.
She attended Viewpoint School in Calabasas, California. In 2016, she received a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Pennsylvania, where she double majored in Sociology (with a concentration in Law & Society) and Urban Studies, and was a sister of Kappa Alpha Theta sorority. Tiffany Trump is currently attending Georgetown Law School in Washington, D.C.
Tiffany’s half-siblings, Eric and Ivanka Trump, both attended Georgetown. Eric Trump graduated in 2006 with a degree in finance and management, while Ivanka attended the school for two years before transferring to the University of Pennsylvania.
"Georgetown is an incredible school that has played a big role in my personal and professional development," Eric Trump told The Associated Press on Monday. "I am so proud of Tiffany and all that she has accomplished. She is an amazing young woman, a great sister and has a remarkable future ahead of her."
“I am so proud of Tiffany. Georgetown University is a truly amazing school, and she is going to love her time in Washington, D.C.,” Eric Trump told The Daily Mail.
Tiffany Trump graduated from the University of Pennsylvania last May, and it was soon speculated that she was planning to attend Harvard or Columbia after taking her LSAT.
Tiffany Trump Law School. Is Tiffany Trump Still At Georgetown Law?
Georgetown Law students and professors gather each August to kick off the academic year with a reception in the student center’s ballroom. Last year, there were canapes and small talk and buzz about one woman, who was the object of much curiosity — Tiffany Trump.
The younger daughter of President Trump, Tiffany Trump is a member of the law school’s Class of 2020, and students began chattering when they heard that the 24-year-old University of Pennsylvania graduate would be joining their ranks. Many haven’t stopped talking.
Tiffany started law school at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. in August 2017. Prior to beginning her studies there, she attended undergrad at the University of Pennsylvania, graduating in 2016 with a double major in sociology and urban studies.
Georgetown's law school is located just blocks from the White House.
“Word spread like wildfire that she was there. People were following her around with cameras, and it looked really uncomfortable,” said a student who attended the event and like most of Trump’s classmates requested anonymity to discuss a fellow student. “She left within 10 minutes.”
Since then, Georgetown Law students have become more accustomed to the famous name in their midst. But as her father and his administration light up their daily Twitter feeds with controversial public policies, and Tiffany Trump remains publicly apolitical, her classmates remain fascinated.
Largely due to her studies, Tiffany Trump was a relatively rare sight during her father's campaign. She did deliver a well-received speech at last summer's Republican National Convention that attempted to humanize her father beyond his gruff, all-business exterior.
"For me, the measure of a parent is based on how they support and bolster you when you're down," she said then. "A few years ago, someone very dear to me passed away, and the first call I got, as I knew I would, came from my father."
Tiffany Trump will be attending Georgetown University Law Center
By now, you’ve been able to connect the dots between the flurry of “Make Georgetown Law Great Again” comments across social media. 25-year-old Tiffany Trump will be attending Georgetown University Law Center. President Trump’s second daughter will presumably become a 2020 graduate of GULC (GULC has confirmed the First Daughter’s position in the new cohort of accepted students).
While students are buried in exam preparation and taking, some practical questions abound about what fall 2017 will look like on campus. No doubt, Trump will have security detail, which has the potential to cause some inconveniences. But news about a member of America’s First Family is prompting some varied reactions.
“I hope every one treats her with respect, whether they agree with her father’s politics or not,” Sarah Naiman said, an incoming evening division student. “She is part of the community and needs to be treated as such. And at the very least, this is probably the safest this campus will ever be!”
“She is the President’s daughter and therefore has her choice of law schools. That she chose Georgetown is a testament to the schools offerings and capabilities, regardless of her reasons for choosing our school over others,” 1E Christian Dibblee said. “It’s unsettling that some are advocating against her being at the law school just because of who her father is.”
While Georgetown Law has already admitted students for the incoming class, there are students on waiting lists. And the impact of this news might even influence student’s decision to attend GULC, now labeled a “T-15” school according to the latest U.S. News & World Report edition.
“Having Tiffany Trump in the classroom will no doubt affect the students’ experience of law school,” Jana Sneed said, a prospective law student. “Discussion in the classroom regarding our nation’s politics could either be provoked or restrained due to her presence among the students. It’s hard to say whether it will be a positive or a negative impact.”
Georgetown Law Professor Randy Barnett weighed in on the action through social media. According to his Twitter page, he said he hopes Trump will attend events at the Georgetown Center for the Constitution (which he directs).
Regardless of what happens in a few months time, Trump will be poised to join a long list of famous GULC alumni too exhaustive to list. Greta Van Susteren and, Savannah Guthrie are among GULC’s alum on TV, while Hoya Congressmen include John Delaney, Richard Durbin, Steny Hoyer, and Patrick Leahy
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