Who Is Tiffany Trump, Donald Trump’s Youngest Daughter Who Gave RNC Speech
Tiffany Trump, Donald Trump‘s youngest daughter, delivered a speech at Day 2 of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio, Tuesday night.
Who Is Tiffany Trump?
Tiffany, 22, is Trump’s only child with his second wife, actress Marla Maples. Donald Trump Jr., Ivanka Trump and Eric Trump are her older half-siblings from Trump’s marriage to Ivana Trump, and Barron Trump – from Trump’s marriage to his current wife Melania Trump – is her younger half-brother.
Tiffany was two months old when Trump married Maples at the Plaza Hotel in 1993. By the time she was four, the two had separated and two years later they were officially divorced. Following the separation, Tiffany lived with her mother in California, growing up and going to high school on the West Coast. She headed back east for college, attending the University of Pennsylvania, where she double majored in sociology and urban studies.
Now that she’s just graduated college, it’s uncertain what career path Tiffany plans to pursue. Prior to college she had dabbled in music, releasing a single called “Like a Bird.” While in school, Tiffany interned at Vogue.
Tiffany’s speech at the RNC was filled with praise and support of her father, but it’s uncertain what her date – her longtime boyfriend – thinks about the New York City real estate mogul. Tiffany’s boyfriend, Ross Mechanic, happens to be a registered Democrat.