The untold truth of the Trump kids
"Statistically, my children have a very bad shot," President-elect Donald Trump bluntly informed Playboy in 1990. "Children of successful people are generally very, very troubled, not successful. They don't have the right shtick."
He couldn't have been more wrong. With his three eldest, Donald Jr., Ivanka, and Eric, holding executive VP positions under the empirical Trump umbrella, 23-year-old Tiffany poised to earn her law degree, and 10-year-old Barron holding down the fort (with mom Melania) at the family penthouse in New York City at the time of this writing, the presumed First Children of president-elect Trump are atypically normal. "They don't get married for 72 days, like the Kardashians, or cause dustups at international airports, like the Brants, or end up in rehab, like innumerable other wealthy scions. They are, it seems, indefatigable workers, teetotalers, and generally responsible people," Vanity Fair observed. As their father steps into the White House in January 2017, the Trump kids prove they're ready to take on America.