President Trump’s youngest daughter is Washington-bound.
Recent college grad Tiffany Trump will attend Georgetown Law in the fall, a family spokesperson confirmed to the Daily News on Monday.
The 23-year-old First Daughter graduated from the University of Pennsylvania last spring. In late August, she shared an Instagram photo of LSAT prep books emblazoned with the text “I GOT THIS.”
Trump’s siblings have gone Hoya, too: Half-sis Ivanka Trump attended Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business for two years before transferring to UPenn’s Wharton School, and Eric Trump graduated from the school in 2006 with a finance and management degree.
The middle Trump son also sits on Georgetown’s Business, Society and Public Policy Initiative advisory board.
Tiffany Trump — a onetime aspiring pop star, and the sole offspring from the President’s six-year marriage to Marla Maples — has maintained a relatively low profile since her dad ascended to the nation’s highest office.
She emerged during the campaign to deliver a rare speech at last summer’s Republican National Convention, praising her father’s “desire for excellence.”
“He draws out that talent and drive in people so that they can achieve their full potential,” she told the Cleveland confab. “That’s a great quality to have in a father, and better yet, in the president of the United States.”