Marie Antoinette of the 21st century: Tiffany Trump in the Twitter hotseat

‘Marie Antoinette of the 21st century’: Tiffany Trump takes a turn in the Twitter hotseat

Tiffany Trump in the White House


When she graduated with a law degree, there was hope for the youngest Trump daughter. Tiffany is Donald Trump’s only child with his second wife Marla Maples. Unlike her siblings, Tiffany grew up out of the spotlight. Until now.

Lately, Tiffany has been showing up at campaign events and getting her own 15 minutes in the Trump limelight.


Her willingness to jump on the campaign trail did not go unnoticed. Media group MeidasTouch was happy to put Tiff on blast.

Twitter also joined in the fun.

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Birthday parties are lurking pretty low on the agenda these days. For most of America, major celebrations like Thanksgiving, Halloween, and even long-planned weddings have been canceled. Millions of families are too busy grieving the loss of loved ones to COVID-19 — and trying to keep the virus from spreading by having large gatherings.

Not Tiffany.

Trump’s youngest daughter turned 27 on the 11th of October, and she made sure the world knew it. Tiffany held an event to mark the occasion.

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Trump family in a golden room

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The ill-timed party was expertly spliced together by MeidasTouch with bleak footage from the average American’s experience of living through a pandemic. Images of Tiffany dancing in a crowded bar cut to signs of … furlough.

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Trump smirking

Flickr / Gage Skidmore

The week-long festivities in Miami drew attention — and criticism.

Florida has seen an increase in the number of coronavirus infections since the beginning of the month. Thursday saw a report of 3,356 new cases of COVID-19 in the state. Governor Ron DeSantis has come under fire from health experts for signing an executive order that allows all restaurants — including bars — to operate at full capacity.

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A wooden pinochio puppet


Tiffany’s birthday celebrations included a Stars n’ Stripes themed party, and packed gatherings at celebrity hot spots in Miami, including Komodo, Papi Steak, and Kiki on the River. She also spent time on the beach with a group of friends — none wearing masks.

Twitter did not join in the celebrations.

The hashtag #ByeTiffany began trending as soon as Meidas Touch posted their video. The ad ends with the second-youngest Trump looking into the camera and saying:

I can relate to so many of you who might be looking for a job. Believe me.

TIffany divided Twitter

A laptop screen showing the Twitter logo

Screenshot / YouTube

With some users feeling sorry for the “awkward, irrelevant kid” and others sharpening their Twitter tongues.

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