Donald Trump’s Other Daughter Tiffany Snubbed from White House Transition Team

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By Andrew Stiles | 4:53 pm, November 11, 2016

Donald Trump’s primary daughter, Ivanka, has been tapped for role on the president-elect’s White House transition team, joining Trump’s main son, Donald, Jr., and his third-favorite son, Eric. Trump’s other daughter, Tiffany, the only child from his second marriage to Marla Maples, was noticeably absent.

Barron Trump, age 10, was also excluded from the team.

All evidence suggests that Tiffany is Donald’s least favorite child. Days before his upset win over Hillary Clinton in the presidential election, Trump said he was “very proud” of his main children, and proud of Tiffany “to a lesser extent.”

Tiffany, a 23-year-old graduate of Pennsylvania University, her father’s alma mater, is best known for being a minor Snapchat celebrity and partying with other elites scions of Manhattan royalty.

During her late teens, Tiffany pursued a career as a pop star, but that didn’t pan out.

Tiffany has largely avoided the limelight since her father announced his campaign for president last year. She did not, for example, agree to be interviewed when the New York Times profiled her as “The Other Trump,” but she did participate in a photoshoot for the story.