Tiffany Trump's Pop Single Is Every Bit As Good As You'd Expect

Tiffany Trump speaking at the 2016 Republican National Convention.
Tiffany Trump speaking at the 2016 Republican National Convention.
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With Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump presumably searching for new intro music, he may want to look toward the same group of people he goes to when discussing his hypothetical dream date — his daughters.

Tiffany Trump, his 22-year-old daughter with second wife Marla Maples, put out a single in 2011. The song, “Like A Bird,” includes lines like “Diamonds are so shimmery” and sounds like, well ... you be the jury.

She recorded the club banger with two artists called Sprite and LogiQ, but there’s so much Auto-Tune, we honestly can’t tell who is singing what. Though the song inexplicably did not become a hit when it first came out, the internet rediscovered the tune after Tiffany Trump spoke in support of her dear old dad at the Republican National Convention.

Amazon reviewers seem torn over the song’s quality, with the bulk of reviews coming in at either one or five stars.

“Regarding the use of torture in the war on terror, Donald Trump has said that as president ‘I’d bring back a hell of a lot worse than waterboarding,’” one less-than-positive review notes. “Clearly, he was thinking ahead when he funded daughter Tiffany’s pop career.”

A five-star-reviewer, on the other hand, notes that the song is “appropriately titled” because Trump’s voice is as “pretty as a canary’s.”

Trump, who was 17 when the song came out, promoted it on Oprah at the time, where she notably referred to her mother raising her as “a single mom”:

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