One of the major criticisms from Melania Trump's speech (aside from the alleged plagiarism, that is) was that it failed to convey any personal stories about her husband, now-GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump.
That was not the case, however, with the speech given by his youngest daughter, 22-year-old Tiffany Trump.
The recent University of Pennsylvania graduate's speech before delegates at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland on Tuesday was chock-full of personal anecdotes, including how she couldn't wait to introduce her billionaire businessman father to all of her friends, because he:
“...is a natural-born encourager, the last person who will ever tell you to lower your sights or encourage your dreams.”
“I always look forward to introducing him to my friends, especially the ones with preconceived notions, because they meet a man with natural charm...”
Tiffany, Trump's only child with former model Marla Maples, also spoke of how she still has copies of all her school report cards - not because the grades mattered, but because her father wrote “sweet notes” on them.
She told the crowd:
“Donald Trump has never done anything halfway, least of all as a parent.”
Trump even recalled a difficult time several years earlier in which someone close to her passed away, and the first person she got a phone call from - “as I knew I would” - was from her father. She continued:
“Without his unwavering support and care for me during such a challenging time, I don't know how I would have made it through.”
Tiffany quipped in her speech that:
“Like my father, I never back down to challenges.”
She didn't seem to back down from that pledge at all.
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