Despite being told by her mother, Marla Maples (who married Donald Trump in 1993 before divorcing him six years later) that 17-year-old, Tiffany Trump was "a little devastat[ed]" that her famous father had considered running for President, The Trump Organization is fighting back, implying dear old mom should keep what her daughter tells her private.
Tiffany wrote me the following, in a statement released through The Trump Organization:
“Your recent story stating that I was ‘devastated’ that my father, Donald Trump, would run for President is totally incorrect. Of course it would change my life in many ways including my relative anonymity. However, and quite to the contrary, I am very proud of my father, love my father, and know that if he ran for President he would win and, more importantly, would make a truly great President.”
But Tiffany may need to redirect her statement to her mother -- who explicitly stated that Trump's potential run for President would have impacted her daughter's life in a negative way. So much for the duo's self-proclaimed model relationship: "We are not just mom and daughter, we are friends too. It's great," Maples previously told me on NBC's "New York Live."
The Trump Organization had no comment when it came to the family 'miscommunication.'
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