Tiffany Trump Makes Triumphant Debut on Oprah

Filed in Gather Celeb News Channel by on February 7, 2011 0 Comments

Donald “the Donald” Trump certainly manages to turn out exceptionally intelligent and gifted children, many of whom work with him. Tiffany Trump, number four of five kids, is a student being groomed for great academic success in Los Angeles. Tiffany’s the daughter of The Donald and his second wife, Marla Maples Trump, who has been raising Tiffany as a single mom. When introduced on Oprah, the lovely seventeen-year-old Tiffany Trump with the thousand-watt smile came on and said nothing but nice things about both her mom and her dad.

Given that her father is worth over $2 billion, one would expect Tiffany Trump to come across as a spoiled little L.A. brat with a Valley Girl voice. Instead, she is a serious student, a good tennis player and a girl who enjoys and appreciates her spread-out family and the time they are able to share together throughout the year, usually during her spring break or winter break times. Her half-sister Ivanka and her half-brothers all received Masters degrees from the Wharton School of Business so it may just be that young Tiffany has a lot to prove when she applies for college next year.

Los Angeles has its share of casualties in celebrity families but clearly Tiffany isn’t going to be one of them. Don’t forget that her mom, Marla Maples, was once a pin-up girl and would-be actress who caught The Donald’s eye when he was still married to first wife Ivana, with whom he has three children. His present wife, Melania, who is considerably younger than the Donald, has given him his youngest son, Barron, who is almost 5. Tiffany has this broad family around her and, given her demeanor on Oprah, she loves them very much. Finding comfort in a family situation with siblings who come from 3 different moms can’t be easy but Tiffany Trump makes it look like a piece of cake.

Do you think that the Donald is a bright man who has sired bright children? Or has he just gotten lucky with this batch of achievement-oriented children?

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