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Donald Trump Jr., Tiffany Trump: 3 things you may not know about each

After Donald Trump’s wife Melania addressed the Republican National Convention Monday night, two of his children are slated to speak there Tuesday night: daughter Tiffany Trump and son Donald Trump Jr. For TODAY, NBC’s Hallie Jackson reports some surprising facts about each, including the detail that Tiffany was a straight-A student at the University of Pennsylvania, and that Donald Jr. is a big game hunter. (Run time: 3:02)

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At least one Trump family member is showing no hints of scandal and she hasn’t been in the news as of late for the wrong reasons. Tiffany Trump and Marla Maples, Donald Trump’s youngest daughter and ex-wife, respectively, are taking the Italian coast by storm — in bikinis.

Meanwhile, President Trump’s White House is working overtime to manage the ongoing Russia investigation by special counsel Robert Mueller into possible campaign collision during the 2016 elections. The noise even extends predictions about Trump’s probable resignation.

Tiffany Trump, 23, and Marla Maples, 53, have been soaking up the sun and taking to the surf as part of their weeks-long summer vacation. The blonde daughter-mother duo was seen several times donning bikini apparel fit for the beach, having a blast jet skiing, sunbathing, and shopping, as Daily Mail wrote.

Tiffany, President Trump’s youngest daughter, looked relaxed among friends. On one day of their Italian excursion, Tiffany wore a floral bikini and was seen on a yacht using her smartphone. On another day, she opted for a pale-blue top and matching bottom. In another paparazzi-taken image, she was seen wearing a blue wetsuit.

Latest news from #Femail Marla Maples and Tiffany Trump jet ski in Italy https://t.co/S4BGwPdJio

— JH Interiors (@JHinteriorsUK) July 21, 2017

Meanwhile, Marla Maples, the president’s second wife, beamed in the sunshine as she enjoyed her time on Ponza Island with Tiffany Trump. Marla is seen in one snap wearing an army-green bikini while talking casually to friends aboard a boat on Thursday.

Bikini-clad Marla Maples and Tiffany Trump soak up the sun in Italy https://t.co/uSm6xRa7hm pic.twitter.com/GhhKGZZTAo

— Daily Mail US (@DailyMail) July 22, 2017

She flaunted her toned pins and arms while beaming for the camera. In another picture taken aboard a vessel in Capri, Marla Maples wore a white bikini trimmed in black. She sported large-rimmed sunglasses and a ball cap. Later, Marla and Tiffany set out on the town wearing rompers.

Tiffany Trump flashes her long legs in teeny TINY playsuit on holiday in Italy https://t.co/qY1QSIiiRq pic.twitter.com/hDh9k0iP5H

— Daily Express (@Daily_Express) July 20, 2017

They both appeared to be in good spirits as they traversed cobblestone streets and hobnobbed with companions. While there, Tiffany and Marla posed for a picture with a brother and sister.

A post shared by Marla Maples (@itsmarlamaples) on

The next day, Tiffany and Marla were spotted in Portofino. There, they were seen departing the yacht with their luggage in tow. They both said their goodbyes to the captain and crew.

Trump wore a flirty black-and-white mini and white elevated espadrilles. She styled her blonde locks loose and donned a pair of sunglasses to keep the sun’s rays at bay.

Marla wore a similar pair of shoes like her daughter’s. She boasted her youthful fashion sense by wearing cropped jeans and a plain white top. Marla opted for muted jewelry and simple accessories.

Missing from the pictures was Ross Mechanic, Trump’s boyfriend. The two had been vacationing last month throughout Hungary and Germany when Tiffany and Marla’s European vacation began.

A post shared by Tiffany Ariana Trump (@tiffanytrump) on

Tiffany Trump’s vacation with Marla Maples comes ahead of her upcoming enrollment in law school. Reportedly, Tiffany is gearing up for her admission to Georgetown in Washington, D.C. She’s due to start classes in the fall. It’s unclear if she will play a role in her father’s administration at some point.

Tiffany has largely kept a low profile from Washington politics. She first emerged as Trump’s daughter during the president’s campaign for office. She is known for her riveting speech at the Republican Convention where she recalled fond childhood memories with her parents, Donald Trump and Marla Maples.

Currently, her extended family in the White House is ensnared in multiple investigations that have plagued the Republican president’s first term in office. The president calls the probe a “witch hunt” and “fake news.”

It’s unclear if Tiffany Trump and Marla Maples are drawing their vacation to a close. However, fans expressed joy at seeing the mother and daughter enjoying time together despite the firestorm back in the states.

[Featured Image by Steve Zak/Getty Images]



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Trump's Daughter Tiffany to Attend Georgetown Law School

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Tuesday, 09 May 2017 07:24 AM

Another Trump is going to Washington.

Tiffany Trump, the youngest daughter of the president, will be enrolling at Georgetown University Law School this fall, according to her brother. Eric Trump, who revealed the school choice, received his undergraduate degree from Georgetown.

"Georgetown is an incredible school that has played a big role in my personal and professional development," Eric Trump told The Associated Press on Monday. "I am so proud of Tiffany and all that she has accomplished. She is an amazing young woman, a great sister and has a remarkable future ahead of her."

Georgetown's law school is located just blocks from the White House.

Tiffany Trump, 23, is the daughter of President Donald Trump and his second wife, Marla Maples. She graduated from the University of Pennsylvania, her father's alma mater, earlier this year.

The White House did not respond to a request for comment about Tiffany Trump's choice of a law school.

Largely due to her studies, Tiffany Trump was a relatively rare sight during her father's campaign. She did deliver a well-received speech at last summer's Republican National Convention that attempted to humanize her father beyond his gruff, all-business exterior.

"For me, the measure of a parent is based on how they support and bolster you when you're down," she said then. "A few years ago, someone very dear to me passed away, and the first call I got, as I knew I would, came from my father."

She also made a few appearances at rallies late in the campaign, particularly in Pennsylvania. She also attended the White House Easter Egg Roll last month, her father's speech aboard a World War II aircraft carrier last week and has made multiple visits to Mar-a-Lago, her father's coastal Florida estate.

Her arrival in Washington will make her the second Trump child to follow their father to the nation's capital.

Tiffany's sister Ivanka moved to Washington with her husband Jared Kushner earlier this year and have become two of the president's most influential advisers. Trump's two adult sons, Eric and Don Jr., remained in New York where they oversee their father's business empire.

And Trump's youngest son, 11-year-old Barron, has been living in New York with his mother, first lady Melania Trump. The White House said the two of them would move to Washington after the completion of the school year, but have not offered any details.

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