One of his kids is not like the other one.
You know who we are talking about: Tiffany Trump.
The 22-year-old is the only child to come out of the six year marriage of Marla Maples and Donald Trump.
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Maples broke up The Donald’s marriage to Ivana, the mother of his three kids, Donald Trump Jr., Ivanka Trump and Eric Trump. While those accomplished children spend a lot of time with their father and work with him in his real estate ventures and on The Apprentice, Tiffany kind of does her own thing away from the spotlight.
That’s not to say she doesn’t want the bright lights. The University of Pennsylvania graduate has an interest in fashion and walked the runway for Andrew Warren at New York Fashion Week in February. The former Vogue intern, who bears a striking resemblance to Miley Cyrus, also has dreams of being a pop star.
Raised in Los Angeles, she was on her way in 2011, when she released a dance single Like a Bird, which is still available for download on Amazon for a mere 99 cents.
Tiffany has a sweet, whispery voice; the lyrics to the autotuned song featuring rapper Sprite include: “Everybody’s partying, obsessing over crazy things. I just want serenity.”
The YouTube video is garnering comments by the minute from users who probably caught her speech about her father at the RNC on Tuesday night.
Commenters run the gamut from nice — “i kinda like it” — to snarky, “For noise, it's not bad. This is awful, yes, but in a way that I rather enjoy. Kind of catchy even” — to downright mean: “Just when you thought music could not suck any more this comes along. This is raising the bar for awful.”
Welcome to fame and the Internet, Tiffany.
She’s already posted family pictures before, but she is in a new realm now, especially if dear old dad becomes president and her stepmother Melania Trump, first lady.
We do know the young lady is at least articulate and appreciative, telling delegates in Cleveland: “My dad takes such pride in all that I’ve done so far, no matter how big or how small. I still keep all of my report cards, some dating back to kindergarten, because I like to look back and see the sweet notes he wrote on each and every one of them.”