KEY POINTS

  • Ivanka Trump and Tiffany Trump have a complicated relationship
  • Tiffany Trump once asked Ivanka Trump for advice
  • Ivanka Trump tried to bump off Tiffany Trump from the POTUS's inheritance

Donald Trump’s two daughters, Ivanka and Tiffany, reportedly have a complicated relationship with each other.

Even though the siblings consider themselves close, there has seemingly been a rift between them because Marla Maples’ daughter is aware that Ivanka is their father’s favorite child.

In 2005, the POTUS appeared on “The Howard Stern Show,” where host Howard Stern asked him what his children think whenever he tells them that they have another sibling. Trump has three kids with his first wife, Ivana Trump. He also has a son with his current spouse, Melania Trump.

President Trump shared a story about his friend, who also has a lot of children and said that his friend’s kids get nervous every time they have another sibling because that means they will get 20 percent less of their inheritance.

When Stern asked the POTUS if Don Jr. and Ivanka are trying to bump off a child, the president of the United States sheepishly said, “yes.”

As of late, it is still unclear how much each of Trump’s children would get out of their father’s inheritance. But the POTUS provided for them while they were growing up even though he wasn’t always involved in their lives.

Meanwhile, Tiffany also asked for her older sister’s advice years ago. In Ivanka’s book “The Trump Card: Playing To Win In Work And Life,” the first daughter revealed that her sister once approached her to ask for advice on a delicate matter.

Tiffany wanted to know how she could approach her father about her relatively simple money needs. Ivanka didn’t share other details about the POTUS’s conversation with Tiffany, but she said that her sister was not spoiled. But while she was growing up, she felt the need to fit in with her friends.

Also known as the “Forgotten Trump,” Tiffany has always wanted to carve out a name for herself. She is taking up a law degree, which is something that her older siblings have not pursued.

Maples’ daughter is also keeping her distance from the Trumps, but her nickname still hurt her.

1280px-Ivanka_Trump_at_Manchester_NH_February_8,_2016 Ivanka Trump speaking at a rally for her father, Donald Trump, at Verizon Wireless Arena in Manchester, New Hampshire, February 8, 2016. Photo by Marc Nozell/Flickr Photo: Photo by Marc Nozell/Flickr