I always figured Ivanka Trump and her brother Donald Trump Jr. were diabolical schemers cozying up to their pops and his wallet until the day he croaks, but this is some 1980s soap opera shit. Newsweek got their hands on an archived interview Trump did with Howard Stern. And if you didn’t already feel bad for the Donald’s Other Daughter Tiffany Trump, well you might now. Not a lot – just a teeny-tiny bit. Like, visualize the amount Donald wants to date Tiffany, and divide it in half.
The interview reportedly took place in December of 2005. According to the recording, Stern asked Trump about a rumor he heard that Ivanka and Donald Jr. had tried to “bump off” Tiffany from their inheritance. Donald answers:
“I have a friend who is also like a very rich guy. And he said how his children hate the new children coming along and everything else; I said, ‘Yeah, because every time you have a child, it’s 20 percent less to the people [Inaudible].'”
Stern asked Trump if Donald Jr. and Ivanka were trying to “bump off a child.” Trump immediately responded with, “Tiffany?”
“Is there any truth to that? [Inaudible] Tiffany?” Stern asked. Trump said he had great children and evaded the question until Stern asked again: “Tell me the truth, though.”
“Yes,” Trump said.
Newsweek points out that Donald explains that if he dies, all his kids will be guaranteed to inherit Trump University and Trump Ice bottle water. Trump University no longer exists, and Trump Ice is now available exclusively at Trump’s tacky hotels and resorts. So I wonder what Trump’s greedy spawn will inherit now if he does take a dirt nap? I’m sure that’s a conversation floating somewhere around Ivanka’s work emails.
But who cares if Ivanka or Donald Jr. or the one that looks like a carved turnip successfully manage to strong arm Tiffany out of an inheritance. It’s Tiffany. Her inheritance probably consists of a coupon for a free shrimp cocktail at Trump Grill and a factory damaged MAGA hat.