Is President Trump Working to Repair 'Damaged' Relationship With Tiffany?

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President Trump and his daughter, Tiffany, are reportedly trying to repair what is being described as a “damaged relationship.” 

The father and daughter reportedly had not seen each other in many months despite the fact that she attends Georgetown Law School, which is within walking distance of the White House

Tiffany Trump was seen on the 2016 campaign trail with her father and even spoke at the Republican National Convention that year, but the two have reportedly not seen each other in months.

In the last week, they've made a point of spending a lot of time together.

The 24-year-old joined her father at a rally in Ohio last week with her half-sister Ivanka. 

Tiffany Trump also attended church with her father on Easter Sunday in Palm Beach, Fla., over the holiday weekend with her family and on Monday, she attended the White House Easter Egg Roll on the South Lawn.  

On Wednesday, she shared a photo of herself to Instagram, posing in the Oval Office. The caption read, "Official WH photo."

People magazine has reported that Tiffany, who is the president’s daughter with his second wife Marla Maples, is said to sometimes feel awkward around the other members of the Trump family. 

"A source said she is said to not feel entirely comfortable around the other Trumps,” People's Charlotte Triggs told Inside Edition. 

The magazine reported, however, that Tiffany does have close relationship with Ivanka. 


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