President Trump will soon have his younger and less visible daughter, Tiffany Trump, close by in Washington. She's been admitted to Georgetown Law, located just blocks from the White House.
Tiffany Trump, 23, the daughter of President Trump and his second wife, Marla Maples, will start at the law school of Georgetown University in the fall, confirmed Mimi Koumanelis, a spokeswoman for the Catholic university.
The main campus is located in the Georgetown section of Washington, west of the White House, but the law school is located about 15 blocks east of the president's home.
Tiffany's presence in Washington will put three of the Trump children (and three grandchildren) in the capital by the fall: Older half-sister Ivanka Trump and her family are living there now; both she and her husband, Jared Kushner, are senior advisers to the president in the White House.
Trump's youngest child, Barron, 11, son of his third wife, first lady Melania Trump, will be moving to Washington with her sometime in June after the end of his school year. The president recently told Bloomberg they had found a school for the youngster but didn't say which one.
The president's two older sons, from his first marriage to Ivana Trump, Donald Jr. and Eric, both remain in New York where they are running the Trump real estate empire.
Tiffany, born in Palm Beach, Fla., but raised mostly in California with her mother, is a 2016 graduate of the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, from which Ivanka Trump, 35, graduated after transferring there from Georgetown University. Eric Trump also is a graduate of Georgetown University.
The younger Trump daughter was less visible in 2016 until relatively late in the campaign, mostly because she was still an undergrad. After the election, she attended the inauguration, has been seen at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, and turned up for the fun during the White House Easter Egg Roll on April 17, with her boyfriend, Ross Mechanic.
Most recently, the young couple attended a Trump dinner on Thursday on the USS Intrepid, docked on the Hudson River in New York, to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the WWII Battle of Coral Sea with the prime minister of Australia.
She and Maples and Mechanic also were spotted during New York Fashion Week in February, in the front row for the Fall/Winter 2017 show of Chinese designer Taoray Wang, who designed her white dress and matching coat for Inauguration Day.
A representative of the Trump Organization has not yet responded to a request for comment from USA TODAY.
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