Tiffany Trump May Join the Family Business, But Not Immediately

  • Donald Trump Jr. makes announcement at Vancouver tower opening
  • She’s ‘potentially joining’ in future, firm spokeswoman says

Tiffany Trump

Photographer: Seth Wenig/AP

Tiffany Trump, the youngest daughter of President Donald Trump, may eventually join her two older half-brothers at the family business.

“Tiffany, soon to be within the organization, always great to have you with us,” Donald Trump Jr., who took over the Trump Organization with his brother Eric after their father was elected in November, said in remarks Tuesday at the opening of the Trump International Hotel & Tower Vancouver. He didn’t elaborate.

But there aren’t yet any arrangements for 23-year-old Tiffany Trump, the president’s only child with Marla Maples, his second wife, to join the New York-based firm.

“While there are no immediate plans for Tiffany to join the company as she is currently applying to law school, the family looks forward to her potentially joining the business in the future if she chooses,” Amanda Miller, a Trump Organization spokeswoman, said in an email later Tuesday.

Tiffany Trump graduated last year from the University of Pennsylvania, where she double-majored in sociology and urban studies, according to Vanity Fair. Ivanka Trump, Tiffany’s older half-sister, left the Trump Organization after the election, and she moved to Washington with her husband, Jared Kushner, who serves as an adviser to the president.

— With assistance by Hui-yong Yu, and Caleb Melby

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