Tiffany Trump says Donald Trump is best Presidential candidate
Tiffany Trump, Donald Trump’s youngest daughter, stole the show during the Republican Party Convention night on Yesterday. Tiffany, a fresh graduate showered praises on her father Donald Trump in her five-minute long speech.
“Please excuse me if I am a little nervous, when I graduated college a couple of months ago, I never expected to be here addressing the nation,” she began her speech, the news.com.au quoted.
She said, whatever her father does, he gives his full, which is a great ability we need to look for in the President of US.
“His desire for excellence is contagious, he possesses a unique gift for bringing that trait out in others, starting with those closest to him. He’s always helped me to be the best version of myself,” she said, as the gathering gave a big applause to her each word, added the news.com.au.
An emotionally thrilled Tiffany shared her experiences in front of the 20,000 strong Republican Party gathering.
“I have given a few speeches in front of classrooms of students, but never in an arena with more than 10 million people watching. But, like my father I never back down from challenges, so here I am, a little new to the convention scene, but incredibly honored and very confident in the good man that America is coming to know.”
The event also marked her first public speech in many years. Commentators said, with the inspiring speech Tiffany has come out of the shadows her older and more popular siblings, Ivanka, Eric and Donald Jr., take the mantle in her absence. Of the four Trump children, Tiffany has remained the most elusive, say media reports.
However, the Republican Party Convention at Cleveland, Ohio has given her a platform to make her political entry into US election campaign.
She is the child from Trump’s second wife, Marla Marples, and chose to live with her mother after the couple divorced later in 1999.
Tiffany told the host Oprah Winfrey in an interview in 2011 that she has remained very close to her mother, and growing up in California had made her feel that other siblings are ”very far”.