Tiffany Trump took a break from her Miami birthday celebrations to attend her father’s town hall event.
On Thursday night, President Trump sparred against NBC’s Savannah Guthrie during the contentious NBC News town hall event.
As his political opponent, Joe Biden, spoke on ABC during a dueling town hall event in Philadelphia, Trump struggled to answer questions about COVID testing, his taxes, his debt and a host of other issues.
A number of Trump’s inner circle attended the last-minute event at Pérez Art Museum Miami, including his youngest daughter, Tiffany who was spotted in the crowd.
But unlike some of Trump’s confidants, who likely traveled from Washington D.C. for the event, Tiffany was already in The Magic City partying with friends for her 27th birthday.© Provided by Daily Mail Tiffany Trump (right) attended President Trump’s controversial town hall event in Miami, Florida, on Thursday evening
On Tuesday, Tiffany was spotted laughing with a group of friends on the beach.
It appears Tiffany, the daughter of Donald Trump and Marla Maples, has been getting the most out of her birthday week with two nights out celebrating in Miami.
At one point while on the beach, Tiffany appeared shocked by something on her phone and flashed her screen to one of her friends.
Her boyfriend Michael Boulous was always nearby as the group of at least six engaged in fun conversation.
After the beach, Tiffany and her entourage went on a shopping spree nearby at Kith, where the President’s daughter was seen enjoying some ice cream before heading back to her hotel.
Tiffany wore a black sequin mask over her face and donned a black cap as to remain under the radar while walking along the sidewalk in flip flops. © Provided by Daily Mail Tiffany Trump stepped out on the beaches of Miami wearing a blue one-piece bathing suit to celebrate her 27th birthday on Tuesday© Provided by Daily Mail Tiffany’s beach day with friends was day 2 of her birthday celebration, as the night before she was spotted out to dinner with her boyfriend
Tiffany started off the birthday festivities on Monday night by visiting Papi Steak in South Beach with her boyfriend, where co-owner David Einhorn presented her with an enormous three-tiered cake decorated with with nearly a dozen photos taken from her Instagram account.
Cameras caught them sitting side-by-side and looking at their phones during the meal, while Kardashian BFF Larsa Pippen and pals ate at the next table.
Tiffany, who dressed in black with her hair down, took a moment to pose for a smiling photo with Einhorn, rapper Slim Stunta, club promoter Purple Miami, and entertainment agent Prince Fred.
She was also presented with a huge cake. The three-tiered cake featured white fondant and a rhinestone and blue ribbon trim — and, most strikingly, several photos of Tiffany herself, which were printed from her Instagram.© Provided by Daily Mail Tiffany Trump was presented with a three-tiered cake covered in her Instagram photos while out at Papi Steak in Miami the day before her 27th birthday© Provided by Daily Mail On her actual birthday, she dressed up in green and sipped cocktails at Swan Miami, which is part of the same restaurant group
Among them were a photo of Tiffany and her dad at the Senate that Tiffany posted for Father’s Day in 2019, an image of her at an amfAR gala at Hôtel du Cap-Eden-Roc in Cannes last year, and Tiffany in a white and gold John Paul Ataker dress from February 2018.
After the beach day and shopping spree, Tiffany continued to celebrate on Tuesday night, stopping at Swan Miami, a sister restaurant of Papi Steak.
She dressed up in a green floral dress with a faux-wrap front and plunging neckline while sipping the restaurant’s signature green cocktail.
One photo shows her sitting at a table set up with a dessert feast, including a sprinkle-covered cake and a cookie-decorating plate.© Provided by Daily Mail At the steakhouse on Monday, she took a smiling photo with Einhorn, rapper Slim Stunta, club promoter Purple Miami, and entertainment agent Prince.
But her birthday soiree was met with a wave of criticism after a blistering political ad chastised the lavish partying sparked the Twitter hashtag ‘Bye Tiffany.’
In a video shared by MeidasTouch, a group ‘with the primary goal of defeating Donald Trump in 2020’, Tiffany was blasted for partying at clubs in Miami.
Footage from her Instagram stories – clips of bottle service, sushi, champaign and sparklers – were juxtaposed against reports of canceled weddings, pandemic-era funerals and shut down schools.
The video ends with a clip of Tiffany at the Republican National Convention, where she sais she sympathized with Americans during the last several months.
‘I can relate to so many of you who might be looking for a job. Believe me,’ she said.
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A number of people on social media slammed Tiffany Trump on Thursday afternoon.
‘I cannot see my daughter who lives 3000 miles away but you can risk spreading the coronavirus all over Florida for your bd?’ one person wrote.
‘Over 200,000 Americans have died but you just had to party. Healthcare workers overwhelmed but hey YOLO.’
Another added: ‘I literally had to cancel my daughter’s sweet 16 party, and they don’t know when or if I’ll ever be able to make it up to her. Yet, Tiffany Trump has the audacity to go to a hotspot and whoop it up while people are dying. Spoiled, out of touch, elitist! ‘
One user noted that her birthday was ‘not more important than’ his father’s life.
‘I can’t go see my father with underlying conditions because I don’t want to pass the virus to him. Your 27th birthday party is not more important than my father’s right to live,’ he wrote.
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Critics continued to lambast Tiffany online, while her father and the Trump administration battled an ongoing COVID-19 outbreak in the White House.
At least two dozen Trump administration officials, White House staff, political reporters and others have tested positive in recent weeks.
President Trump announced his diagnosis on October 3 and was transported to Walter Reed Medical Center, where he received treatment last week.
Most recently, Melania Trump, who also tested positive, revealed that 14-year-old Barron Trump contracted the virus as well.
In addition to the First Family, other members of Trump’s inner circle to catch the virus included Kellyanne Conway, Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany and Hope Hicks.