Mon. Dec 5th, 2022

Things you didn’t know about Tiffany & Ivanka Trump! Facts about president Donald Trump’s daughters

13. Tiffany gets along with her siblings-now- President Trump’s younger daughter Tiffany has kept a low profile since her father has become president. Her siblings have been in the public eye more often than she has. Tiffany and her older half-siblings have always appeared to get along with each other but recently on an on-air radio conversation between Donald Trump and Howard Stern revealed that Ivanka and Donald Jr. tried to cut their younger sister out of her inheritance. Donald Trump admitted that was true. Tiffany did appear with her three older siblings at the President-Elect’s 60-minute interview.

12. She was named after a store- The Tiffany & Co that is located on the corner of fifth avenue and Fifty-seventh street in New York City. It was made famous by Audrey Hepburn. Donald Trump completed his fifty-eight story masterpiece hotel, the Trump Tower Skyscraper, on the very prime piece of real estate adjacent to Tiffany’s in 1982. Just eleven years before his fourth child was born and that’s where he got the name Tiffany from and named his daughter after it.

11. Net worth- Tiffany Trump’s net worth is under one million dollars. While half of one million dollars sounds like a lot of money to most of us, this is a minimal amount of money in the Trump family. Since Tiffany just graduated college and will be starting her career soon, it makes sense that her net worth isn’t as high as you would expect it to be. Her net worth is an estimated $600,000. Her father, Donald Trump has a net worth of $4.1 billion, so we can see where she’s heading, to the big bucks just like the rest of her family.

10. The family- The whispers began in the spring of 2016, and became louder and louder. Tiffany is Donald’s only child from his second marriage. They did not grow very close due to the fact that Tiffany and her mother, Marla Maples, lived in California and that caused Tiffany to grow up an entire continent away from her father. She didn’t have the same access to him the way Ivanka and Ivanka’s two brothers did. The three of them lived with their mother and were only an elevator ride ride away from Donald in the Trump Tower, in New York City. Tiffany was fifteen years old when she reached out to Ivanka about how to approach their father about some money needs. Tiffany didn’t have access to a credit card like the other children did. Ivanka says they were not spoiled with boundless trust funds as kids, but they were rewarded special treats from time to time. An example of this is when Ivanka was younger Donald arranged for Michael Jackson to come watch her dance in her recital, “The Nutcracker.” Tiffany missed out on these types of perks because of the distance. Ivanka ended up talking to Donald for her, and he agreed to give Tiffany a credit card for Christmas with a monthly allowance on it. Tiffany was very appreciative and relieved.


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