Tiffany Trump makes appearances at two high-profile DC events

Of President Donald Trump’s five children, his daughter Tiffany Trump is arguably the least involved in politics and makes the fewest appearances in and around the White House, despite being a student at the nearby Georgetown University Law Center.

But the Daily Mail reports that the president’s youngest daughter did appear at some high-profile D.C. events recently — including a gala at the Kuwait Embassy with longtime love Michael Boulous and the annual turkey pardoning ceremony at the White House — causing some to speculate about whether she will become more visible as the 2020 election draws near, and she finishes her final year of law school.

Embassy gala in D.C.

The first of the aforementioned events was the Kuwait–America Foundation’s annual gala dinner at the Kuwait Embassy in Washington, D.C. on Nov. 18, which Ms. Trump attended with Boulos, the London-based billionaire heir to the Nigerian trading company Boulos Enterprises.

Trump, 26, and Boulos, 22, were also joined at the event — sponsored by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees — by Trump administration officials including Vice President Mike Pence and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, who was honored with a Humanitarian Award by the U.N. agency.

The young couple posed for a number of pictures with various dignitaries and friends at the event, some of which were recently posted to social media on their respective Instagram accounts.

Tiffany Trump wore a sleek black gown with a pearl necklace and cream handbag, while her beau wore a black tuxedo for the high-society affair, according to the Daily Caller.

Thanksgiving festivities

Little more than a week later, the Daily Mail reported separately that Ms. Trump, again with Boulos at her side, appeared at the White House on the Tuesday before Thanksgiving to attend the annual turkey pardoning ceremony hosted by her father in the Rose Garden.

It appears that she was the only one of President Trump’s children in attendance, as her older sister Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner were absent, as was her younger brother, Barron Trump. The president’s eldest son Donald Trump, Jr. and his girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle were also not in attendance, as they were reportedly at an event in Montana, and middle son Eric Trump and his wife Laura are believed to have remained in New York City with their children.

Following the event, the president and First Lady Melania Trump, accompanied by 13-year-old Barron, left the White House to head to Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida for the long holiday weekend.

However, unlike in 2018, Tiffany did not join her father in Florida, but rather, traveled with Boulos to Alabama to spend Thanksgiving with her mother, Marla Maples, and some friends, according to the Daily Mail.

What comes next?

Following Thanksgiving weekend, Tiffany Trump returned to Washington, D.C. on Sunday to finish up the fall semester at Georgetown, which concludes on Dec. 20. She reportedly has one more semester to go before completing law school.

What the president’s daughter intends to do once her schooling is finished remains to be seen, but it is quite possible that since her graduation falls in the middle of 2020, she could very well be set to increase her involvement and make appearances in support of her father’s re-election campaign.

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