The President’s youngest daughter Tiffany Trump turned 27 last week and her exuberant Miami partying turned some heads.
Tiffany Trump celebrated her October 13 birthday with an extended celebration that kicked off with a ten person dinner at Miami hotspot Komodo, where she was seen maskless during the meal, which is allowed in the restaurant.
When her group headed to another restaurant, she was showered with a champagne parade and patriotic sparklers. The next night, she was presented with a personalized three tier cake after dinner out. On her actual birthday, she spent the day on Miami Beach, followed by a shopping trip.
Tiffany’s weeklong birthday bash came under public scrutiny when an Anti-Trump political action committee put together a supercut of Tiffany “painting the town red, white, and blue,” spliced together with news coverage of America’s Covid death toll, along with school and business closures.
The video wrapped with Tiffany giving a speech, where she told the audience, “I can relate to so many of you, who might be looking for a job, believe me.”
The final image read, “You sacrifice, they celebrate, #Bye Tiffany.” The hashtag began trending on Thursday.
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Tiffany faced further embarrassment, when older sister Ivanka tweeted a shout out on her birthday, but tagged the wrong account.
She posted a photo of herself carrying a young Tiffany, with a message that read: “Happy birthday @tiffanytrump! Hope this year marks your best turn yet around the sun! Love you so much!”
Tiffany’s actual account is @TiffanyATrump.
— Ivanka Trump (@IvankaTrump) October 13, 2020