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Tiffany Trump’s Wealth Is a Fraction of Ivanka’s and the Other Trump Kids’ Fortunes

GOBankingRates Logo By Jordan Rosenfeld of GOBankingRates | Slide 1 of 11: When Donald Trump began campaigning for the 2016 Republican nomination for president, his three oldest children entered the spotlight as his trusted and closest advisors in business and politics. Donald Jr., Ivanka and Eric Trump have been fixtures on the campaign trail as the 2020 presidential election draws near, and they can spread their messages through their combined 19.8 million Twitter followers. Much less visible are the president’s other two children. While his youngest son, Barron, is 14 and largely stays out of the spotlight, Trump’s fourth child, daughter Tiffany, isn’t as well-known as her older half-siblings, either. Her mother is Trump’s second wife, Marla Maples, and the couple married in December 1993, two months after Tiffany’s birth. After they split up and ultimately divorced in 1999, Maples raised Tiffany in the Los Angeles area — on the opposite coast from Trump and the other children. Rumors abounded over the years that Tiffany’s relationship with her father was strained, and her role in the family has been unclear. However, the recent law school graduate has been putting herself more in the public eye and has said she might want to use her legal skills in a position in the Trump family business. Find out how Tiffany measures up against the other Trump children.

When Donald Trump began campaigning for the 2016 Republican nomination for president, his three oldest children entered the spotlight as his trusted and closest advisors in business and politics. Donald Jr., Ivanka and Eric Trump have been fixtures on the campaign trail as the 2020 presidential election draws near, and they can spread their messages through their combined 19.8 million Twitter followers. Much less visible are the president’s other two children.

While his youngest son, Barron, is 14 and largely stays out of the spotlight, Trump’s fourth child, daughter Tiffany, isn’t as well-known as her older half-siblings, either. Her mother is Trump’s second wife, Marla Maples, and the couple married in December 1993, two months after Tiffany’s birth. After they split up and ultimately divorced in 1999, Maples raised Tiffany in the Los Angeles area — on the opposite coast from Trump and the other children. Rumors abounded over the years that Tiffany’s relationship with her father was strained, and her role in the family has been unclear. However, the recent law school graduate has been putting herself more in the public eye and has said she might want to use her legal skills in a position in the Trump family business.

Find out how Tiffany measures up against the other Trump children.

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