President Trump's youngest daughter, Tiffany Trump, began her career as a law school student on Monday -- celebrating the momentous occasion with a studious Instagram post.
It was announced in April that the 23-year-old daughter of Trump and Marla Maples would attend Georgetown Law School this fall just a short distance from her father's current home in the White House, and it appears her first day in class went off without a hitch.
Tiffany's Georgetown arrival will likely cause a stir among her fellow classmates, and has already prompted another student to pen an open letter in Vogue to the first daughter expressing outrage at her father's policy agenda and asking her why she wanted to attend law school in the first place.
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Tiffany Trump also made headlines this summer when it was reported that her respective trips to Germany and Italy came with hefty taxpayer price tags. The trip to Berlin reportedly cost taxpayers $22,000, while the Italy travel totaled a whopping $100,000.
Tiffany Trump is not alone in being a first kid past or present to adjust to college life this fall. Former first daughter Malia Obama also started her higher education career at Harvard in Cambridge just last week. TMZ reports that Malia was already harassed while living her college life by a photo-seeking grandmother in Harvard Square.