By Kirsten Fleming
When Donald Trump hosted “Saturday Night Live” on Nov. 7, he brought along a very special guest star for a sketch about what a Trump presidency might look like (ISIS eliminated; Mexican border wall constructed) — his glamorous daughter Ivanka, playing the secretary of state.
Wonder what role his other, often overlooked daughter would play in a Donald cabinet?
Unlike Donald’s elder offspring — Donald Jr., 37; Ivanka, 34; and Eric, 31 — Tiffany hasn’t appeared on “The Apprentice” or even on the Manhattan charity-gala circuit.
But the 22-year-old finally got to step in the limelight Friday night, when she appeared alongside her half-siblings on ABC’s “20/20” to talk up her famous father.
“He speaks in a way that the average person can understand. I think that’s refreshing for everyone,” Tiffany revealed to interviewer Barbara Walters.
“I’m so happy to be Tiffany Trump, happy to be in the family I’m in,” she added later in the interview.
In truth, Tiffany was raised in Los Angeles, far from the gilded Trump kingdom. Her biggest brush with fame was a stunted attempt to become the next Katy Perry when she recorded an auto-tuned song, “Like a Bird,” at 17. (With lyrics like “Diamonds are so shimmery . . . You’re cute and you’re tweeting me,” the track is available on iTunes.) After that failed to make a splash, she retreated to her father’s alma mater, the University of Pennsylvania, where she’s now a senior majoring in sociology with a concentration in law.
But lately, Tiffany Trump has raised her head from her books. The reed-thin blonde has flooded her Instagram account with sexy bikini snaps and wannabe model poses. She has also accompanied her dad on campaign stops and was interviewed for the September issue of DuJour magazine about her clique of friends — many of whom are the air-kissing children of the wealthy and famous and have been dubbed “the rich kids of Instagram.”
The brat pack includes Peter Brant and Stephanie Seymour’s dandy sons, Peter and Harry Brant; Kyra Kennedy, daughter of Robert F. Kennedy Jr.; Gaïa Matisse, great-great-granddaughter of artist Henri Matisse; and EJ Johnson, the flamboyant son of Lakers great Magic Johnson.
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