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Tiffany Trump spotted dining out in D.C.

Tiffany Trump. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)
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Hey isn’t that … first daughter No. 2, Tiffany Trump, out with a friend at Rasika in Penn Quarter.

On Monday night, Trump, a first-year student at Georgetown Law, arrived at the high-end Indian restaurant at 8 p.m. with a girlfriend in tow, according to our tipster. The two stayed for about an hour and a half and then ducked out to little fanfare — most likely to hit the books. No word on what the pair noshed or whether diners tried to sneak photos.

Last week, President Trump said he planned to start sampling Washington’s “great restaurants.” Rasika, where President Barack Obama once celebrated his birthday and where U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley and her husband recently spent a date night, could be the site of POTUS’s first food foray beyond places he owns.