Now that the election frenzy has come to a close, President-elect Donald Trump and his more prominent children (like Ivanka Trump) are still making headlines like crazy, while his lesser-known offspring are more or less overlooked. What that means is that Donald Trump has more than one beautiful (and blond) daughter worth bragging about, and – aside from her fashion snafu and the colossal snub she pulled on Donald at the third presidential debate – Tiffany Trump isn’t getting the press she deserves.
The president-elect, however, seems to have a problem with people referring to Tiffany as his secret daughter. In a recent interview with Internet portal KnowMyRepublican.com, the billionaire businessman-turned-president argued that Tiffany “is not my secret daughter, not by a long shot. She’s just one that’s from the wrong mother, I guess I could put it that way.” Trump also went on to argue that “it is the duty of the President of the United States to be open and transparent when it comes to all things related to the First Family – regardless of how big it ends up being.”
“You know, I don’t think that’s a very nice thing to say, first and foremost,” the president-elect argued. “And by that I don’t just mean to imply that it’s a bit insulting to me, but more importantly, it’s very disrespectful to Tiffany, whom I’ve never ever kept a secret. I mean, she’s gorgeous, she just graduated college, she’s rich and most of all – she’s a heck of a person. So you tell me, what’s there to keep secret? If anything, I couldn’t be more proud to have fathered such a beautiful and smart young woman.”
“And in terms of her mother, well, that’s another story,” the real estate magnate continued. “Everybody knows how the whole story with Marla [Maples] went on in the nineties, it’s no secret either. We had a thing, it was wrong at the time, but at the end of the day, something beautiful became of all that, and that beautiful thing is today a smart, hard-working and impressive young woman whose father I’m lucky enough to be. As for Marla, that’s a whole lot of bad memories and I’d rather not go down that road again, not even if it’s just a memory lane.”
“So, when someone says I’m keeping Tiffany a secret – I’m really not, that’s not what I’m doing. In fact, I couldn’t be more proud of her as well as my other children. And I don’t want anyone else calling her a secret, because that’s just not true. She is my daughter, she is a Trump and she is my pride and joy. The fact that she comes from the wrong mother is a something I’m not too happy about, but I can’t change it and I can’t change the past, so I’ll just have to live with it. But as for Tiffany, that girl is going places, you mark my words,” the president-elect concluded.