Tiffany Trump Visits Harvard Law, Want To Be A Lawyer?


Tiffany Trump, a singer and model, and daughter to President-elect Donald Trump and second wife Marla Maples, recently visited Harvard Law School.

Tiffany Trump, was born in West Palm, Beach Florida. She lived in California until she graduated high school, at Viewpoint School, Calabasas. In 2016, she graduated from the University of Pennsylvania where she took Sociology and Urban Studies as her course majors.

Maybe she is showing an interest in Law? Recently, Tiffany Trump was spotted touring the Harvard Law School campus, cites Politico. One student who was busy minding his own business, suddenly saw a tall blonde girl. He recognized her as the celebrity Tiffany Trump. And what made her more unmistakable, was that she was surrounded by the Secret Service.

Another student confirmed the sighting of Tiffany Trump, claiming that she wore an all black ensemble. President-elect Donald Trump told People, during an interview in 2014, that she got all A's (grades) at the University of Pennsylvania. Trump beamed when he announced this and said that he is quite proud of his daughter.

Apparently Tiffany Trump is not done with furthering her education and studies. Recently, she posted a picture of some LSAT prep books. She captioned her Instagram post with "I got this." It received over 6,000 likes.

It is unclear why Tiffany Trump decided to visit the Harvard Law School campus. Her career path is still a gray area. She interned at Vogue and she also modeled during the 2016 New York Fashion Week. She also dabbled into music when she was studying t the University of Pennsylvania. She released "Like a Bird" during that time. But taking the LSATs is a clear indication of her next direction. Could Harvard Law School be her next step?

The university itself has not commented on the matter. An official spokesperson from Donald Trump's camp have not indicated any comment either.

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