Another day, another person with close ties to the Trump Family sharing their war stories with the world. This time it’s Michael Cohen’s daughter, Samantha, speaking out about her close relationship with Trump’s forgotten forth child, Tiffany.
In an interview with Vanity Fair, Cohen, who is two years younger than Tiffany, explains that they first met through a mutual friend when they were teenagers.
“We got super close, and whenever she’d be in New York we’d go out together,” Cohen recalls. “When I was a junior in high school, I went to visit her at Penn and stayed with her, and when I got into Penn she was one of my closest friends.”
Cohen says Tiffany rarely spoke about her family, noting that “it can’t be easy being made to feel your entire life like you’re unwanted.”
“Her dad treated her like sh*t her whole life,” she says.
Cohen also says she sees through Tiffany’s attempts at connecting with her father today by campaigning for him, saying the whole thing is a big charade.
“When I saw her speaking at the RNC, I know there’s no way she believes that sh*t. She has friends who are gay. She’s an Ivy League–educated woman. There’s no way that she thinks that any of this is a good idea.”
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As for the other members of the Trump family, Cohen describes Ivanka as “fake.”
“One time she told on me after she saw me smoking cigarettes outside of our building. It was so lame.”
Melania, Cohen says, “really liked me” and even arranged for her to do an internship in the East Wing. But it didn’t last long.
“I was there for about a week and I truly thought I was going to go crazy. No one was doing anything. Zero work was done. … Everyone looked like Kellyanne Conway.”
And as for Trump himself, Cohen describes him as “creepy,” recalling the time he hit on her when she was just 15 years old.
“If you can hit on a 15-year-old, I am pretty sure there is something wrong with you.”
Needless to say, Cohen and Tiffany are no longer friendly with one another today.
Cohen says she’ll never understand why her ex-BFF is willing to throw herself on the sword for a family that so clearly wants absolutely nothing to do with her.
“She never really got the perks of being a Trump kid before,” she says. “But this is how and when she wants it? Being part of the most hated family in America?”