The Borowitz Report, The New Yorkers’ satirical column, Tiffany Trump has quickly become the subject of everyone’s envy. Why is that? It’s because the US president refrains from speaking about his daughter in most of his statements. And it seems as if she’s lucky to be “off her father’s radar.”
The article claims, “In all our years of polling, it’s highly unusual to find one person so universally envied. People in virtually every demographic group ‘strongly agreed’ with the statement, ‘God, I wish I were Tiffany Trump.’”
How’s that for satire? And how much do you long to be Tiffany Trump, too?
Check the full article on The New Yorker by clicking on this link.
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