Tiffany Trump, the so-called president’s youngest daughter from his second marriage, ‘liked’ a post of a sign at the massive March For Our Lives rally in New York City that read, “Next Massacre Will Be the GOP in the Midterm Elections.” Tiffany, 24, has remained out of the picture and far away from the chaos at the White House. She’s not like Trump Jr. or Eric, both of whom have sought to get attention while the White House crumbles.
After this like, Tiffany was welcomed into The Resistance by social media users.
— Ashley Feinberg (@ashleyfeinberg) March 25, 2018
The thunderous clamor of 500 people typing “Tiffany Trump… welcome to #TheResistance” at once
— Let’s try this again (@cold_bitterness) March 25, 2018
It’ll be awesome if she’s the only one not locked up in the end and gets to inherit whatever’s left of daddy’s money!
— oufenix (D) (@oufenix) March 25, 2018
Tiffany is antifa
— Sam Atkinson (@samatkinson24) March 25, 2018
Welcome to the resistance @TiffanyATrump
— Cat_Lasagna (@cat_lasagna) March 25, 2018
It’s not just Tiffany — Joshua Kushner, the brother of White House senior adviser and Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner, participated in the march with his girlfriend.
Joshua Kushner posted a photo on Instagram Sunday afternoon with the hashtag “#marchforourlives.” In the post, he included a photo featuring his girlfriend, Karlie Kloss, standing in front of the White House gates holding a sign that says “Load Minds Not Guns.”
Kushner previously donated $50,000 to the event. In addition that that post, he also shared a photo the day before the march featuring the hashtag “#IWillMarch.”
Tiffany, a Georgetown Law School student, has kept a low-profile, but she did attend a White House event last year to support the Wounded Warriors Project. She apparently isn’t just learning about law, but how to throw a lot of shade, too.
Photo by Nicholas Hunt/Getty Images.