When Ivanka Trump packed up and moved her family to Washington, it caused quite a stir. People had opinions about everything from whether or not her neighbors would like her to whether or not it was appropriate that both she and Jared Kushner were set to work in the White House.
But on Monday, news broke that Ivanka wasn’t the only Trump daughter who was relocating to the nation’s capital.
Tiffany Trump, the 23-year-old daughter of President Donald Trump, will be attending Georgetown Law School in the fall, a representative for the family confirmed.
She had previously toured Harvard Law School last December, as well as Columbia and New York University law schools. But her chosen school is much closer to her father and half-sister Ivanka Trump. The law school is about a mile-and-a-half walk from the White House and is ranked 15 by U.S. News and World Report.
Trump has been preparing to head to law school for nearly a year:
And she follows in the footsteps of both Ivanka, who attended Georgetown before transferring to University of Pennsylvania, and Eric, who received his degree in finance and management from the Jesuit University in 2006.