Former acting attorney general Sally Yates. (Jim Watson/AFP/Getty Images)

Law school just got a bit more awkward for first daughter Tiffany Trump: Georgetown Law just announced that its newest guest lecturer is Sally Yates, the former deputy attorney general her dad very publicly fired after she refused to defend his controversial travel ban.

Oh, and there were worrrds between President Trump and Yates. The White House said Yates “betrayed the Department of Justice.” She said Trump was “attempting to dismantle the rule of law.”

Now Tiffany Trump, the president’s younger daughter, might wind up sitting in Yates’s classroom. A Georgetown Law spokeswoman said she didn’t know whether Yates’s schedule had been determined or whether she would lecture the 1L class, of which the 23-year old Trump is a member.

The announcement comes just a day after Trump was lectured by another of her pop’s antagonists — she attended a talk Wednesday by Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, of whom the president once tweeted, “Her mind is shot — resign!”