Tiffany Trump got mean girl’d by the cool fashion people at NYFW

I haven’t been covering much of anything from New York Fashion Week because all that’s happened so far is a bunch of nepotism models have walked a bunch of runways. Kanye West’s NYFW Yeezy show happens later today, and I’ll do a post about it… probably tomorrow. But otherwise, I haven’t really been paying attention to NYFW because there’s so much going in the world of politics and celebrity gossip. Which brings me to this story, about Emperor Baby Fists’ least favorite child, Tiffany Trump. Did you just say, “Aw, that’s so mean, Kaiser”? I know. I am mean. But do you detect any lies? Baby Fists doesn’t really care about Tiffany, and I would argue that she doesn’t really care about him either. But now that her dad is president, she gets invited – ?? – to fashion shows. And when she sits down in the front row, all of the fancy fashion people are like “Hell to the no.” The fashion people Mean Girl’d her!!!

Tiffany Trump caused quite a stir at New York Fashion Week on Monday night — and it wasn’t because of her edgy outfit. The 23-year-old sat front row at the Philipp Plein show at the New York Public Library, but according to a few attendees, the first daughter’s appearance wreaked havoc on the seating assignments because no fashion editors wanted to sit next to her.

Alyssa Vingan Klein, the editor-and-chief of, claimed on Twitter that seating was a mess because Tiffany was essentially being shunned.

‘Seating s***show at Philipp Plein because no editors want to sit near Tiffany Trump. SHOCKER,’ she wrote. Nikki Ogunnaike, a senior fashion editor at, responded to Alyssa’s tweet by revealing that she and her colleagues had moved seats. ‘We moved and are down the hall. Come thru,’ she wrote. ‘Phillip Plein at 10PM: 1 hour late start, editors fleeing just so they don’t have to sit behind Tiffany Trump,’ Nikki tweeted a few minutes later.

Pictures from the show see Tiffany sandwiched between her friend Andrew Warren and another blonde attendee, but former Wall Street Journal fashion columnist Christina Binkley shared photos of the empty seat next to her earlier in the night.

‘Nobody wants to sit next to Tiffany Trump at Philipp Plein, so they moved and the seats by her are empty,’ she wrote. Christina took a photo of the available seats next to Tiffany, adding: ‘Empty seats next to Tiffany Trump.’

The writer was also apparently near one of Tiffany’s Secret Service agents at the show.

‘Tiffany Trump’s secret service guy says this is his first fashion show. He is going to get the wrong idea about fashion,’ she tweeted.

[From The Daily Mail]

Do you feel sorry for Tiffany Trump? Is she a sympathetic figure simply because she’s so obviously her father’s least favorite child? Is she a sympathetic figure because fashion professionals Mean Girl’d her at a fashion show, like this was an episode of Gossip Girl or something? I don’t know. I have a hard time feeling sympathy for any Trump woman, but I think Tiffany probably didn’t deserve this? Then again, she f–king chose to bring her Secret Service agent to NYFW, which means that taxpayers are footing the bill for her excursions. So, yeah, not so sympathetic after all.

Photos courtesy of Getty.

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  1. Clare says:

    I would have sympathy for her if she hadn’t already tried to capitalize on Gargamel’s ascension. Btu she did, and I don’t.

    • Megan says:

      She doesn’t get to chose having a secret service agent with her. But she does get to chose whether or not she tries to profit from her father’s position. Clearly she is choosing to profit. They are all such grifters.

    • It'sJustBlanche says:

      Her shoes cost $1000 and does she even have a job? I’m sure she hates him just as much of the rest of us but you know what? Stay home.

      • Megan says:

        I just assumed she got a massive settlement from the surgeon responsible for her grotesque visage.

      • Ann Carter says:

        Hey Megan,
        Careful. You MIGHT have a child one day.
        I have no idea what you look like, but you’re disgusting inside.

      • Jaded says:

        @Megan – it’s OK to diss her for being a useless waste of air and tax-payers’ money but it’s NOT OK to crap all over her because she doesn’t fit your idea of perfect beauty.

      • V4Real says:

        Oh people clam down. People on this site talks about the looks of people in the public eye all the time. I don’t see any of you running to the defense of Kim K. when people say things about her face and how she’s no longer attractive. And if you think about it Megan is talking about the bad work Tiff’s plastic surgeon did. The same way people talk about Kim’s bad plastic surgery and other celebrities.

        Megan I’m sure your future child will be just beautiful. And I’m sure you insides are just fine. These people want to get on here and pretend that they have never made a negative comment about someone’s look be it a celebrity or just everyday people. Get Real!

      • KiraKira says:

        Noticed that Valentinos as well but if we touched the price subject you will be very unhappy to discover how much that Hermes bracelets are…

    • sassy says:

      Gargemel!!!! I love you!

  2. Alix says:

    Why was she getting front-row seats in the first place? She’s neither a fashion editor nor style arbiter. A few rows back, please.

    • TheOtherOne says:

      YASSS. ITA.

    • V4Real says:

      The guy on the cell phone body language is priceless.
      That’s the way people act on the subway or bus when someone sits next to them and they don’t want them to. They pretend to be all into their phones.

      • Sandy says:

        i read he’s a friend of hers. So nothing there.

      • V4Real says:

        Well damn even her friend don’t want to be seen next to her.

        BTW I’m talking about the guy with the red wrap around him and red bandanna. There’s two guys with a phone. I don’t think he’s her friend. So there is something there.

  3. Alexandria says:

    I don’t have much feelings about this cos it’s Tiffany. My qn is isn’t the secret service point moot? They have to be around her anyway, fashion show or not?

    • HappyMom says:

      Of course. That’s an unfair thing to criticize.

    • Melly says:

      I sort of feel like we shouldn’t criticize Barron or Tiffany, the rest of the Trump Klan is fair game. Tiffany doesn’t choose where/when her secret service detail go with her. If you’re given a secret service detail, THEY decide if they need to accompany you.

      • HappyMom says:

        That’s how I feel too. Barron and Tiffany should be off limits. Ivanka and her brothers are fair game.

  4. detritus says:

    Why’d she ruin her outfit with those shoes?

  5. Caitlinsmom says:

    Does she have a choice about secret service protection. Not certain, but I don’t think she does. But I have a hard time feeling sorry for her!

    • Rapunzel says:

      Pretty sure adult children of the President aren’t forced to have Secret Service. Trump’s family chose it.

      • WeAreAllMadeOfStars says:

        Well let’s be real here, there are plenty of people who would like to kill her right now. I’m inclined to give her the benefit of the doubt. We know very little about her and her political views. She has a domineering madman for a father and that ain’t easy. She may have conflicting feelings about supporting him as her dad or have learned over time that it’s easier to keep him at arm’s length but appear supportive some of the time. Did you know that she may be attending Harvard Law? Tiffany fun fact!

      • lyla says:

        yup, she’s over 16 and doesn’t live in the white house, her secret service detail is not mandatory.

      • Jules says:

        BY LAW, the Secret Service protects the president and his family, the vice president and their family, the president-elect and his family and the vice president-elect and their family.
        Former presidents and their spouses also get lifetime protection. A spouse will lose a Secret Service detail if he or she gets remarried. Children of former presidents under the age of 16 are also covered.

      • lyla says:

        @Jules, but it’s not mandatory for adult children. The secret service is authorized to protect the president’s family, but they can refuse the detail. Technically, his siblings are also entitled, does anyone know if Lord Dampnut’s siblings get their own detail too?

        Quick question, when Bush Sr was in office, did his adult children have a secret service detail? Did a quick search, but didn’t find anything.

      • Beth says:

        If I was related to Trump, I’d be embarassed and scared. So many people in the world want the family completely gone. I understand why she might want Secret Service with her. But she’s an adult and shouldn’t be entitled to have them with her everywhere

      • Dee says:

        Whether she has a choice or not, she’d be foolish to turn it down. She’s young, fresh out in the world, and the crazies are everywhere. What happens to Ivanka on the plane is just scratching the surface. Ivanka handled it well but Tiffany is still young, Take the protection.

      • KB says:

        She’d be an idiot not to accept it. She’s got a target on her back, whether Trump likes her or not. The cost is minuscule compared to Melania insisting on living in Trump Tower.

      • Otaku Fairy says:

        Oh please. What ‘happened to Ivanka’ on the plane was nothing, She got told by a stranger that her father is ruining this country (no lies detected), but she was not threatened or assaulted in any way. She’s not any kind of victim of anything.
        That said, I don’t have a problem with Tiffany Trump having secret service agents with her at any age. Through no fault of her own, she’s the daughter of a bad person who happens to be one of the most dangerous and most powerful people in the world right now.

      • Dee says:

        @Fairy .,…I didn’t exaggerate what happened to Ivanka at all……in fact I said it didn’t scratch a surface of potential crazies, But let’s not pretend about it either. The mans spouse acknowledged a premeditated intent to “harass”. Witnesses described him as “shaking and agitated”. He accosted her (again — witnesses Reported description, not mine ) on an airplane, where she was sitting with her young children leaving on vacation.

        It was NOT cool, it was not appropriate behavior, and it was bad enough to get the man kicked off a plane because they were concerned he could escalate in flight, And disrupt the flight for all involved.

      • MrsBadBob says:

        I see, the First Lady can’t handle talking to an angry citizen, and you want sympathy because he was thrown off the plane for it. Sorry, there are consequences for acting like arrogant pricks, and one of those consequences is being told off by perfect strangers. They both better get used to it; they’re going to be hearing a lot of it for the rest of their lives.

  6. milla says:

    it is immature. when they go low… don’t go lower. ignore, but don’t hate

    • okso says:

      blatant false equivalency: when “they” go low, millions of ppl are actively discriminated against, endangered and deported.

      switching seats really does not seem all that bad. maybe they just wanted to enjoy the shows w.out a constant reminder of how crazy the world has become.

    • Radley says:

      To be fair, editors do have to be concerned about “optics” and potential backlash. They know their readers. I’m sure they’ve memorized the market research. It’s probably more a business decision with a side of mean girl. But, primarily business. The Trump name is pretty radioactive right now. Too risky. Who needs accidental Trump trouble at this point? NOBODY. Therefore, swerve.

  7. Emily says:

    I’m cheering for Tiffany to break free and give us a tell-all or something. Supposedly her boyfriend is a Democrat who was openly pro-Hillary. I think there might be hope for her.

    • Pansy says:

      Yes! Me too!!

    • sunnydaze says:

      Oh my god, can you imagine how awkward her interactions with her bf’s family are? I recall the same thing, they are quite liberal and were Clinton supporters.

      I think there needs to be a new reality show called “Celebrity Safe House”. We’ll put Tiffany in there with Anna Duggar, maybe Kelly Preston (hey, it’s gotta be tough for a scientology beard), Kesha (cuz why not) and Leah Remini can be the host.

    • WTW says:

      Yes, but she still chose to give a speech at the RNC on her father’s behalf. If she’d stayed silent or even openly backed Hillary like Giuliani’s kids backed Obama, that would be different. But she did not. By speaking on his behalf, she is endorsing him and his policies. If my father was a madman, I’d be fine being broke and standing by my principles than endorsing his inflammatory views.

      • jojo says:

        Her speech was hilarious at the RNC cause she and ivanka’s memories of their dad was just talking to him on the phone. lol I don’t know whether she meant to or not, but I though her speech made him seem like a shitty dad who hadn’t taken much time to get to know her at all. Cause when all you can point to is calling him on the phone as your best memory of your dad, that’s pretty pathetic.

    • AnneC says:

      Kushner family are also democrats. Awkward family get togethers.

    • jojo says:

      Yep-she has the most potential to go mommy dearest on him so let’s hope she pulls through one day.

  8. Maria says:

    She seems very eager to take opportunity of her new found fame. No pity here. I think a lot of people will be worse off with her father’s politics.

    You lay down with dogs….get up with fleas. whatever.

  9. Aiobhan Targaryen says:

    Nope. I didn’t feel sorry for Kendall J. boohooing about being bullied by other models and I don’t feel sorry that the fashion community is running away for Tiffany either.

    It is not as if she was at a big name show anyway. I could see if it was Calvin Klein, Proenza Schouler, The Row, Narciso Rodriguez or Altuzarra but this show was second tier at best.

  10. lyla says:

    nope, i don’t feel sorry for her at all. this is the same tiffany that said she was excited all the white house insta she’s gonna take.

    and why is she at a second tier show? and she turned up to nyfw with those shoes and that outfit? yeah, she deserves to be mean girled just for the ensemble alone.

    as for secret service, she’s over 16, it’s not mandatory for her to have one, so her secret service detail is taking up some fashionista’s place.

  11. LoLo says:

    “You can’t sit with us.”

  12. RussianBlueCat says:

    Didn’t Anna Wintour meet with the Orange One recently? I would not be surprised this is a stunt to get the public used to seeing more of Tiffany( she has been mostly absent from the public eye most of her life) Then watch there will be a Vogue limited edition focusing on the First daughters of presidents. The cover photo will be of Tiffany and Ivanka of course. Just wait and see

    • jmacky says:

      THIS> Trump is calling in some NY favors/bribing Vogue and Wintour is happy to oblige. she loves thinking her choices are controversial and front line fashion, when its just about DOLLARS. the Trumps are her new Kim and Kanye—it’s her exercise of her power, can she make the “unfashionable” the new au couture. she’s a super celeb fetish monster—this is the latest incarnation of her Vogue new vision. and Daddy Warbucks is buying his girls the prestige they yearn for…

  13. Nancy says:

    She’s a trump out of injection only. She and mom were exiled to the West Coast to live their lives albeit with a boatload of cash. She is basically a one parent child whose father is president and gives zero effs about her. So yeah, I feel a certain amount of empathy for her. The unwanted and almost unheard daughter witnessing the ridiculous amount of attention dad bestows upon the golden girl ivanka.

    • Merry says:

      Other than for Ivanka, Trump was completely hands off on his others kids childhoods. Tiffany isnt the outlier, Ivanka is.

    • Pansy says:

      I’m with you. I mean they live the life of luxury for sure, but she’s completely neglected by them. She and her mom go home to Georgia a good bit according to IG so hopefully she has a family base there.
      I’m not going to lie…I’m a product of neglect (albeit from someone poor). if I was a 23 year old who’s dad obviously only gave me money and no love or attention, I’d take him for everything he offered and more. I can’t really judge her for using him, you know? Not at that age, not with those daddy issues.

      • Nancy says:

        Sorry @Pansy. You’re probably better off without a person who would neglect his daughter. The best revenge is to be happy and live a good life and prove he means nothing to you. @Merry…how is Ivanka the outlier. She wasn’t pushed out of the family, she works side by side with him and is attending meetings in the flipping WH. He talks about the older sons, but not the kid. It seems as though the children he had with Ivana are the only ones he considers his blood. Maybe the children of his trophy wives don’t matter. He’s a sick F.

      • HappyMom says:

        I agree. And I’m sorry Pansy-that’s really unfortunate.

    • bluhare says:

      I agree. You can’t choose your family.

    • lucy2 says:

      If my father treated me like that my whole life, and then asked me to stand on stage with him to present a happy family image for his presidential campaign, I’d reply back with a “no thank you” and stay home. And if my father were Agent Orange, I probably would have publicly campaigned against him.

      • Angelica says:

        I agree with you 100% in this case, considering who her father is, but I also know that children instinctively want to be part of their parent’s lives. Like I said, I agree, and I totally would’ve told him to eff off, but I do feel a bit of sympathy for her. Her dad is trash but she likely still wants to have a relationship with him. Sucks to be her.

      • Fiorella says:

        Wrong reply

  14. Nev says:

    Bye Gurl.

  15. Jayna says:

    She looks a little like McKenzie Phillips.

  16. Ama says:

    She looks vain and I don’t like this look on anyone.

  17. Merry says:

    I’ll never understand why anyone who wasnt actually in that industry would attend a fashion show. What for? To watch unwearable “clothes” and a couple of wearables you have seen a billion times on the streets already? I’ll go further, sorry if this offends fashion week stans but that entire corner of the clothing market and its inhabitants are ridiculous. No surprise that this is how Tiffany spends her free time.

    • detritus says:

      I don’t feel like this about all fashion, but I would kill to go to a few runway shows. There is a lot I really strongly dislike, but much I really enjoy.

      It’s moving art, it’s beauty, it’s an event.

      I am slightly strange though, and I really like nice beadwork. I blame it on CTV for airing fashion runway stuff during my formative years.

    • MrsBadBob says:

      I’m with you, and with so much else to see and do in NY, fashion week just isn’t my cup of tea. As far as art goes, there are so many amazing museums to choose from, I can’t wait to go back! But, I do understand that people love fashion, and that being there would be a dream come true for many.

    • jwoolman says:

      I think Tiffany actually is interested in the fashion industry. She’s done some modeling.

  18. Chelly says:

    Why is she the least liked? Is she not pretty enough for ole’ Don to bear the name Trump???? Not so beautiful or voluptuous like hot girl Ivanka?

  19. Lenn says:

    Does she have a job? Support herself? Anyone know?

  20. Eric says:

    If Tiffany had pulled a stunt like the Osbourne’s eldest daughter did when filming “The Osbournes,” then I’d feel sorry for her.

    I recall the eldest Osbourne child refusing any coverage during the show’s run. Correct me if I’m wrong.

    • M.A.F. says:

      You are correct. The oldest one was never on the show and she is barely photograph. I think you saw more of the Ozzy’s oldest son from a first marriage than you did his eldest with Sharon.

    • lunchcoma says:

      Yeah, that’s where I am when it comes to her. I feel sorry for her for having a terrible father. If she had stuck with some light participation in his campaign (I can understand it being terribly difficult to boycott that, especially as a young person whose life is still pretty intertwined with one’s parents), I’d leave her be. But she seems to enjoy the status that her father’s position gives her and to want to participate in celebrity life. If she does, then I think it’s fair to judge her.

  21. Chaine says:

    So is that the secret service guy in the fuzzy parka and skull print leggings? 🤣

  22. lightpurple says:

    Baby Fists had a complete Twitter meltdown this morning in which he attacked the FBI & CIA, Hillary Clinton and Obama and all news media covering his campaign’s involvement with Russia and then all the tweets disappeared.

    • Mrs.Curious says:


      I hate him so much.

    • doofus says:

      he’s really not doing anything to alleviate the concerns about his mental health, is he…

    • Beth says:

      When I read this article, I wondered if he had any ranting tweets yet about nobody wanting to sit with his kid

    • Sadezilla says:

      How can he even bring up HRC in all seriousness now? Her political career is over, and he’s in the White House. DO YOUR JOB, GRIFTER!

      Also, I would like him to please keep the word “illegal” out of his mouth with all the havoc being wreaked by his campaign. If they haven’t outdone any president or presidential candidate in history in illegal acts, I’ll be shocked. And it’s been less than a month.

    • Christin says:

      They disappeared? How do they get around the record keeping requirements?

      • Kori says:

        I think because he still uses his original handle rather than the official one. I’m not sure if it counts or not.

      • swak says:

        @Kori, isn’t it reported that he also is using his unsecure blackberry to tweet. Think someone proved it at one time (not sure how as I’m not phone tech savvy).

    • Mltpsych says:

      Tweets are still there

  23. Tinkerbell says:

    She’s 23 for Pete’s sake. I get why it might not be great for PR reasons to be photographed seated next to her, but be brave and be nice.

    • teacakes says:

      She’s 23 i e. an ADULT for half a decade already.

      No one is obliged to be nice to her considering she is to all appearances fully on board with the hell her piece of shit father has unleashed on the country.

      and Kaiser, this “poor Tiffany” narrative is just as bs as the “secretly horrified liberal Ivanka” one. They’re both shit.

    • lunchcoma says:

      She’s not an 8-year-old who’s being given a magical treat on vacation. She’s an adult woman who’s trying to position herself as a celebrity and who’s going to these events to burnish her image. Why are the other people at these shows, many of whom are there for the same reason, being mean and cowardly if they don’t want to help her build her brand?

    • MrsBadBob says:

      It’s fashion week, there’s no one ‘nice’ there, it’s not a ‘nice’ industry, it’s not a girl-scout cook-out.

  24. wheneight says:

    Don’t feel bad! I know someone who went to Penn U with her and — you guessed it! — she’s a huge bratty bitch in real life. Total snob. Don’t feel bad for Tiffany.

    • Chelly says:

      So she inherited her father’s personality…..she really IS a Trump!

    • lyla says:

      I grew up with someone who went to UPenn during the same time Ivanka was there – my sister’s friend. And she said Ivanaka was pretty awful too. So I guess the sisters are similar. Surprise surprise.

    • Christin says:

      Her mama isn’t exactly a peach, either. Mistress approaches wife on a ski slope, anyone?

      Had things gone better these last few weeks, I fully expected some type of big-league attempt to get back in the spotlight from both mother and daughter.

    • Disco Dancer says:

      Tiffany does look like a bratty bitch. With that face though and being the unwanted child, this pig should be more humble.

  25. teacakes says:

    No, I do not give any fucks that an industry fuelled by women and gay men shunned the so-called ‘least favourite’ of Agent Orange’s spawn.

    She chose to use his name to get into those shows, she can take what comes with that – ie to a lot of people, she represents something absolutely vile.

  26. Capepopsie says:

    Well I feel sorry for her!
    I can’t imagine how it would have
    affected me, had my dad treated me
    the way DT has treated her.

    As a mother, daughter and woman I feel
    her pain, so I’ll go easy on her!

    • Chrissy says:

      Well, she led a pretty anonymous life before the campaign. Yet during and after the campaign and election, she seemed to push herself into the spotlight and is using her name to get into things like NYFW. She must have known that since her father is one of the most hater people in the world, she would get some blowback.

      • Chelsey says:

        I’m almost positive Tiffany was part of the NYF scene long before her dad became president. She is part of the whole “rich kids of instagram” scene with a bunch of other socialites. So this seems like her trying to go back to her “normal” routine almost.

      • Jessica says:

        Chelsey is correct from what I’ve read. Vanity Fair has a good article.

      • lunchcoma says:

        She was indeed part of the rich kids of Instagram scene. I guess my take on that would be that her career as an Instagram celebrity has always been based on her father’s fame and money. If the association with him is now negative, she’s not going to get the same perks she got when it was positive. It was always about branding and promotion for the people who didn’t want to sit near her.

        If she wants to continue the Instagram celebrity route, I think she’s going to have to make more of an effort to distinguish herself as a person by being witty or charitable or whatever other qualities she can offer. Alternately, it might be time for her to do something else with her life. There are certainly other young women who’ve failed to make careers out of promoting their lifestyles and had to move on.

  27. JustJen says:

    She got the short end of the stick as far as genes. She looks like she’s trying to emulate Ivanka but simply doesn’t have the physical attributes to pull it off, so she looks like an out of work porn star.

    • Linabear says:

      Am I the only who doesn’t find Ivanka attractive? Every time I see her photo I think she SHOULD be beautiful – she has all the right features and yet something seems just slightly out of proportion as to throw the whole thing off. Tiffany is at least very cute and youthful looking.

      • Josielein says:

        Ivanka looks cold.

      • VirgiliaCoriolanus says:

        To me, Ivanka hits all the marks of what is attractive to a douche bro frat guy i.e. small nose, full ish lips, cheekbones, blonde, thin/athletic, and big boobs.

      • M.A.F. says:

        That ‘s what happens when you buy a new face.

      • DianaB says:

        Esmom nailed it yesterday, Ivanka looks like a reptile in a blonde wig. She is not attractive.

      • Snowflake says:

        I don’t think shes attractive either. Tbh, i think people say she’s beautiful because she’s tall, thin, blond, white. Imo. They made her new nose too small, she’s got a long neck, small head.

      • minx says:

        I don’t, either. She had a lot of work done but she looks somewhat peculiar to me…just like her face is somewhat out of kilter.

      • AnneC says:

        Don’t care what she looks like on outside, she is unattractive on the inside. End of story.

        I look forward to the day after he resigns or is impeached, when the trump name is vilified and shunned. Maybe they can all move to Moscow and still be admired.

    • Josielein says:

      No she doesn’t.

    • DianaB says:

      Esmom nailed it yesterday, Ivanka looks like a reptile in a blonde wig. She is not attractive.

    • raincoaster says:

      Has she had even more of her nose removed? She’ll be breathing out of two holes in the middle of her face soon. That’s WAYYYYY too much plastic surgery and chemicals for a kid.

  28. Sam says:

    Where are Blair and Serena at so they can really put her in her place.

  29. trollontheloose says:

    her coat…love.

  30. Josielein says:

    She’s the only Trump I like.

  31. ragnar says:

    Frankly, the cost of her Secret Service detail is the least of the things to worry about with the Trump administration. I’d worry more about the ties to Russia, and the attempts to roll back social progress. Choose your fights, people

  32. Margo S. says:

    Trump was obviously so pissed when his mistress got pregnant, that’s why he doesn’t give a rats a$$ about Tiffany. That’s so funny to me that everyone hates anything trump now. Trumps are in for a lifetime of being hated. That’s pretty crazy.

    • Jaded says:

      Yup…Marla Maples made sure she sealed the deal with a baby, otherwise I doubt he’d have married her. ALL the Trumps and their families are going to be tainted by association for the rest of their ugly lives.

  33. QQ says:

    I gotta Find My F*cks to feel sad about this Less Perfect Ivanka… Um on second thought, No I don’t I want these people Mocked, shunned, bankrupted … F*ck It everyone Except the Lil Boy Can get these hands in these streets which are rated E For everyone

  34. Anitas says:

    Wow such injustice. Being shunned by people she’d have no access to anyway if her last name wasn’t Trump. I’ve no sympathy for this brat.

  35. Digital Unicorn (aka Betti) says:

    I can’t really muster any sympathy – she’s been desperate for fame and attention from the beginning. She’s an ‘internet personality’ for eff’s sake – so yeah girl wants to be famous HARD and as a Trump she will take any and every opportunity to get it.

  36. jferber says:

    I think Tiffany is much prettier than Ivanka. I also think she’s better off on the West Coast with her mom. I think the Trump disaster brigade pulled her into their maelstrom when people started asking why Tiffany was excluded from the family. That’s why they got her for the Republican convention. I once saw Marla Maples acting in a quirky film and she was surprisingly good. There are also rumors she cheated on Donald (naturally he cheated on her, too) and for that I give her major props.

  37. Anna says:

    I feel a little bad for her in the sense that it’s probably painful to hear everyone across the nation making jokes about how your dad doesn’t love you, but that’s the extent of my sympathy.

    • MrsBadBob says:

      As someone who has a narcissist for a father, I have to say, it’s better to laugh than to cry, she may like the jokes at her father’s expense.

  38. crazydaisy says:

    Last time I checked, you can’t choose your father. My dad was a narcissist, too. I didn’t agree with his center-of-the-universe paradigm, made my position known and got the boot: Disowned, disinherited, the whole nine yards. Therefore, I am fascinated by the Trump daughters. Clearly, they drank the kool-aid. Still, in a way, I do feel sorry for Tiffany. Even if she is a rich bee-yatch, mean hurts, and she does not look happy. Ivanka is another story. She seems so mature, far beyond her years. I really do wonder what’s going on under the surface with her. (With Tiffany, there doesn’t seem to be much going on below the surface! But who knows? Appearances can be deceiving.)

    • Goldie says:

      Ivanka is 35. Just out of curiosity, what makes you think she’s mature for age?

      • crazydaisy says:

        The way she carries herself, speaks (in a modulated tone), dresses (everyday classy, as well as formally)…Her exceptionally calm demeanor, her non-party girl lifestyle (unlike so many heiresses), her accomplishments— in higher education and in the business world… Stuff like that.

  39. Indiana Joanna says:

    I know I should feel sorry for her but I don’t. Wasn’t she part of that mean girl group that included Kyra Kennedy who bullied other people on line?

    She is going to take whatever she can get from the fact her hideous father is in a position of power. That other people don’t want to participate in her plunders is understandable. Why should they put themselves in danger of being pariahs to make her feel better? This was a professional setting, not a small party. So I don’t blame them if they don’t want to enable her famewhoring.

    • G says:

      Yep, she rolls with Kennedy and Andrew Warren and reportedly is a pain in the butt. She also lives in the Trump Towers thanks to daddy dearest so I wouldn’t pity this girl yet. The girl just has her nastiness thrown back at her for once. Poor Nepotism Skipper.

  40. MaryJo says:

    She does not have a say in the need for Secret Service protection, so it not fair to criticize her there. But she did have a say in suppporting that awful man, so no pity from me.

  41. Disco Dancer says:

    Any time a Trump pig gets bullied, I am all for it! The fashion people mean girling Tiffany-pig Deserve a medal!

    • teacakes says:

      This insult to pigs….. pigs are clean, intelligent and adorable!

      • Disco Dancer says:

        Actually you are right teacakes. Pigs are cute. In my language calling someone a pig is an insult…so you say it to someone who you find so rotten and repulsive that you all them a pig, lol.

  42. Disco Dancer says:

    Why can’t Tiffany pig Trump close her damn mouth? Maybe she needs to file her teeth down.

  43. detritus says:

    I’m uncomfortable with all the remarks about her appearance. It is putting me in the strange place of feeling like I need to defend a Trump and the cognitive dissonance of that is giving me hives.
    So please, for my safety, can we lay off poking fun at Tif’s body, face, etc? There’s tons of other things to pick, and none of them will cause me physical pain. It’s very selfish of me I know, but please think of the Canadians(me, only think of me)!

    • MrsBadBob says:

      Remember, this is celebitchy, and bitchiness will happen, you don’t have to defend her, it’s sweet of you to remind us of our better selves, but the daughter of Twitler is quite the mean girl herself, she’s hardly altogether worthy of your thoughtfulness. I love Canada.

  44. lunchcoma says:

    She’s not being mean-girled, and I don’t feel sorry for her. She’s behaving like a celebrity, and part of being a celebrity is accepting that people’s interest in being associated with you will vary depending on your image. If she were in law school already and her classmates were causing a disturbance by refusing to sit by her, that would be a very different matter. But that’s not what’s happening, and I doubt it will, both because that would be odd behavior in a law school classroom and because I’m skeptical she’ll actually end up attending.

    I will give her a small sliver of a doubt that she may change. I generally do that for people in early adulthood who have parents with awful values, because it can take some time to sort them out. But it’s seeming like she’s not heading on the path to reexamining anything, so it’s just a small sliver.

  45. Fiorella says:

    Despite not being a fan of Donald Trump, I find both his daughters pretty and his wife’s too although obviously the first one has had some surgical issues. To each their own, but I’m pretty sure the people who think Tiffany and her sister are super ugly are kind of biased. Come on, you really would not want to look like this ?

    • Disco Dancer says:

      Fiorella to each their own. But I find nothing attractive about having such huge teeth that I can’t close my mouth. kind of like a piranha actually.

      • Fiorella says:

        I actually like that! (Don’t have it myself..) but thank you for the reply. It really seemed like people were finding her ugly with no cause to me!

  46. andrea says:

    She’s getting shunned by the same editor’s and fashion people that appropriate cultures for gain by using white models in their magazines and websites. The fashion industry is such BS. Is this high school. No one can behave like professional adults. None of these people really gives a shit. Its just the in thing at the moment to hate anything with the name Trump.

  47. Cookiejar says:

    Barron is hands-off as far as abuse and snide, he’s a minor. Tiffany is an adult. She’ll have to put her big girl pants on.

  48. JudyK says:

    Going to stand up for Tiffany here. She’s SO young. I think she looks nice. As for the rest of the family…fair targets.

  49. wood dragon says:

    Tiffany and her mother tried to get their hairdos comped in DC in exchange for free publicity at inauguration time.
    Got no use for entitled people like them.

  50. 76May says:

    She is definitely being mean girl’d. And if that is how mature my fellow Americans are- then YAY!! We got the president Americans DESERVE!!!

  51. Luna hufflepufftastic says:

    I thought this shunning was really immature for a group of professionals. Acting like bullies at middle school lunch. I would have sat next to her because stupid shit like this is so petty. I’m liberal and don’t understand what this petty trivial stuff accomplishes.

    • CClarke says:

      @Luna hufflepufftastic
      Totally agree! How do we expect to be taken seriously when we lower ourselves to mean girling and belittling someone’s appearance. Much bigger issues are at stake!

  52. Jennifer says:

    I would think she should be used to people not liking her because of her dad. Toughen up, Snowflake.

  53. Carrie says:

    I’ve learned from this election that everything touted as a value in our society is a big ass lie. Support for women? If they are born to the right people. Obamas kids can benefit all day from his position and wealth. They can hang out with Beyoncé, go to concerts, have secret service, no problem. Free speech is good, as long as it is agreed with. I could go on and on but I’m pissing myself off just listing this. Seriously is this how it is? Democrats and republicans have been alternately winning and losing elections for a very long time. Why is everyone acting like they are new? Don’t give me the illegal immigrants or crotch grabbing crap. Obama deported more people than several past presidents including the Bushs and the Clintons are sex crimes and shady scandals. How does that get ignored? No one gives a shit what Bill and Hillary have done to women? Just this chick with the Trump name and the fing audacity to show up in public. Blah. I’m drepressed now.

  54. You. says:

    No one that stood behind him through his campaign and now as a president deserves sympathy in my opinion. If she would say, I do not agree and support with what my father said and does, than yes I would, but for now the child in me wins. haha

  55. NotSoSocialButterfy says:

    She *always* looks like she has just vomited.