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Hey, isn’t that . . . Tiffany Trump, dining Wednesday night with a large group at hip 14th Street restaurant Bresca?
The first tipoff that a VIP was in the house, says a spy who caught sight of the first daughter across the room, was the Secret Service agents posted at the bar. Trump, a first-year law student at Georgetown, wore an off-the-shoulder black top and seemed to be enjoying herself, we’re told. Seems it’s a rare study break for the aspiring lawyer, whose Instagram feed of late is more likely to feature late-night study sessions than glam parties.
Emily Heil is the co-author of the Reliable Source and previously helped pen the In the Loop column with Al Kamen.
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