President Trump on Wednesday congratulated his youngest daughter, Tiffany Trump on her graduation from Georgetown Law school.
“Congratulations to my daughter, Tiffany, on graduating from Georgetown Law. Great student, great school,” Trump tweeted. “Just what I need is a lawyer in the family. Proud of you Tiff!”
Tiffany took part in virtual commencement ceremonies, along with the rest of the Georgetown Law School class of 2020 on Saturday. Tiffany posted to her Instagram account a video the law school made honoring graduates, writing, “Congratulations to my fellow Georgetown Law’s Class of 2020! We did it! We are now #Georgetownlawyers!”
Marla Maples, Tiffany’s mother, and President Trump’s second wife posted a lengthy video on Instagram Tuesday evening, congratulating her daughter and other Georgetown grads, noting in her tearful message Tiffany “commitment to humanity” and her devotion to her studies.
“I’m sure so many of you related, but always hard on us moms who love you so & and have prayed you through it (prayer hands emoji) @tiffanytrump and daddy @realdonaldtrump,” Maples tweeted.
Lara Trump, Tiffany Trump’s sister-in-law, the wife of Eric Trump, also congratulated Tiffany on Instagram Tuesday evening, calling the moment “bittersweet” because of the coronavirus pandemic and being unable to celebrate in person.
Tiffany is the first to become a lawyer among the president’s five children. Her older siblings — Donald Jr., Ivanka, and Eric all followed in their father’s footsteps in the world of business. After Trump was elected president, Don Jr. and Eric stepped in to run the family business — the Trump Organization. Ivanka, on the other hand followed her father in the White House and serves as his White House Senior Adviser.
In 2016, shortly after she graduated from the University of Pennsylvania, her father’s alma mater, Tiffany said she was interested in eventually joining the Trump family real estate and hospitality business after law school.
Tiffany will take the Bar exam over the summer
President Trump celebrated Tiffany’s accomplishment in person at the White House Wednesday evening.