Summary: Speculation looms as to where White House daughter Tiffany Trump is living for her first year of law school at Georgetown.
As Tiffany Trump continues her first year of law school at Georgetown University Law Center, speculation looms over where she is residing. Could the White House daughter be living in a dorm? Elite Daily is following the 24-year-old first-year law student as she prepares to gain legal knowledge that will likely come in handy.
Trump is not the first from her family to attend Georgetown University. Big brother Eric graduated from the school in 2006 with a bachelor’s degree in Finance and Management. He now sits on the board of the Business, Society, and Public Policy Initiative at the McDonough School of Business. Eric told The Daily News, “I am so proud of Tiffany. Georgetown University is a truly amazing school and she is going to love her time in Washington D.C.”
Since the first day of class for Trump on August 28, President Donald Trump’s youngest daughter has been keeping Instagram users current on her daily activities. The posts have left Elite Daily wondering if the posts are being made from her dorm room or another location.
However, seeing as how Trump has a Secret Service detail on her, chances are they aren’t slumming it in the on-campus housing. The Gewirz Student Center is the on-campus housing option for law students where 300 students call home. Some of the amenities that come with the housing include utilities, free shuttle service, furnished rooms, and a “social support network” of resident fellows.
Not only is Trump a first-year law student, she has tried out modeling. She made a debut in the fashion world in 2016 at the New York Fashion Week where she modeled a friend’s fashion line. She has also experimented with singing.
Despite being one of President Trump’s daughters, Tiffany Trump has not been showered with money. President Trump paid for her college education, but she did not receive much more in additional financial support.
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