Donald Trump’s youngest daughter, Tiffany Trump
gave a speech at the Republican National
Convention on Tuesday night. The 22-year-old,
who recently graduated from the University of
Pennsylvania, is Trump’s only child with second
wife Marla Maples.
She was calm, poised, cool, well spoken as she
focused her speech on knowing Donald as her
father, and how he supported her through the
ups and downs of her life.
“Please excuse me if I’m a little nervous,”
she began her speech. “When I graduated
college a few months ago, I never expected
to be here tonight addressing the nation.”
Tiffany mentioned that when someone “near and
dear” to her died, he was the first to call.
“I believe the measure of a person is
revealed in their darkest times. For me, the
measure of a parent is based on how they
support and bolster you when you’re
She also said she still keeps all of her childhood
report cards because of her dad’s sweet messages
on each one.
“My dad is a natural born encourager. The
last person who will ever tell you to lower
your sights or give up your dream. If you
do what you love, hold nothing back, and
never let fear of failure get in your way,
then you’ve pretty much figured out the Trump formula. In person, my father is so
friendly, so considerate, so funny, and so
real. I have admired my father all of my life,
and I love him with all my heart.”