Tiffany Trump, the lesser-known presidential daughter, is headed to law school.
The 23-year-old chose Georgetown Law over Harvard, a Trump family spokesperson told Politico. Once again, she’s opted for a family alma mater. Tiffany graduated from the University of Pennsylvania, like her father, in 2016, and her brother Eric sits on an advisory board at Georgetown’s business school, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in 2006.
Eric Trump told the Daily Mail, which broke the news, that he is “so proud of Tiffany” and predicted she would “love her time in Washington, D.C.”
Last year, the only daughter of President Donald Trump and his second wife, Marla Maples, posted a photo of LSAT study guides to her social media accounts, indicating her interest in law school.
Tiffany Trump has also interned for Vogue and released a pop song, “Like a Bird,” last summer.
Tiffany is often overshadowed by older sister Ivanka, who also attended both Georgetown and Penn, graduating from the latter. Unlike Ivanka, the younger Trump daughter hasn’t taken an active role in her father’s business or his administration. But you could say she’s following in the footsteps of her aunt, Judge Maryanne Trump Barry, who has served on federal trial and appellate courts.
Tiffany Trump will be attending one of the best law schools in the country. Georgetown was recently ranked 15th among law schools by U.S News & World Report and ranked 9th for best law classroom experience by the Princeton Review.