Tiffany Trump is heading to Washington D.C. to study law
Another member of the Trump family is heading to Washington D.C.! President Donald Trump and his ex-wife Marla Maples's daughter, Tiffany Trump, will be attending law school at Georgetown University in the fall. The 23-year-old's half-brother, Eric Trump, who earned his bachelor's degree in finance and management from the prestigious university in 2006, expressed his joy over his sister's acceptance. Eric told DailyMail.com, "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."
The first daughter will be attending law school in D.C. Photo: John Moore/Getty Images
Tiffany graduated last May from the University of Pennsylvania, which is her father, older sister Ivanka and brother Donald Jr.'s alma mater. The first daughter double majored in sociology with a concentration in law and urban studies at the Ivy League school. For her graduation, Tiffany was joined by her parents along with her stepmother now-First Lady Melania Trump and siblings Ivanka and Barron Trump.
Tiffany graduated from undergrad in May 2016 Photo: Instagram/@tiffanytrump
Last year Tiffany revealed on social media that she was preparing for law school by sharing a photo of LSAT prep books. Attached to the photo, the student added a Bitmoji that stated: "I got this." With her move to D.C., Tiffany will be just minutes away from her father and sister Ivanka. The future law student will also be close to her stepmother and younger brother as Melania and Barron prepare to relocate from Manhattan to D.C. this summer following the end of the first son's school year. The president previously revealed that he and his wife already have their 11-year-old son enrolled in a D.C. school for next year, though he wouldn't reveal which one. "He's all set," the dad-of-five recently told Bloomberg. "We just got him into a good school."