President Donald Trump's daughter, Tiffany, and her mother, Marla Maples, joined in on "Blackout Tuesday" as they stood in solidarity with others following the tragic death of George Floyd.
Following the death of George Floyd from being subdued by a former Minneapolis police officer, former beauty queen Marla Maples and her daughter Tiffany Trump stood against the incident in solidarity by joining "Blackout Tuesday."
Marla Maples and Tiffany Trump attend the "City of Hope" Luncheon on May 8, 2017, in New York City. | Source: Getty Images.
TAKING A STAND
Alongside a blacked-out screen, Marla wrote that have only one world, one spirit, and one love between "us," and added:
"Let’s take this day to feel the pain and fear which has been inflicted on our brothers and sisters and come together. Unified."
President Trump's 26-year-old daughter graduated from law school at Georgetown University last month, and she became rather philosophical in the caption to her blacked-out social media post.
"Alone we can achieve so little; together we can achieve so much," Tiffany, who had to graduate virtually due to the ongoing novel coronavirus pandemic, wrote.
Marla had been self-isolating in New York City, and late last month, she also decided to let positivity reign by flying back to her family.
MARLA REJOINS HER FAMILY AMID PANDEMIC
The 56-year-old posted a picture of her trip on May 24, and shared that she chose "love" since she won't choose fear, and added that she would travel with a peaceful and knowing trust that "If God is for us who can be against us, no one."
Donald Trump and Marla Maples divorced in 1999, and Tiffany grew up far removed from the life her siblings enjoyed as she grew up with her mom in California.
During an interview, Tiffany said that her father is more of a motivational person in her life since he is not the type of dad to take her to the beach for the day.
TIFFANY'S 'BIG PASSION'
Tiffany also has a love for music, as she released a single called "Like a Bird" in 2011 at the age of seventeen and she even performed the song on Oprah Winfrey's special "Where Are They Now?" wherein Tiffany reportedly said that music had always been "a big passion" of hers.
Marla Maples was actually Donald Trump's second wife, and the pair divorced in 1999 after being separated for two years at that point. Even though the couple gave the marriage a good run, Marla later shared that their personalities had just been too incompatible.
Where Marla had been focused on personal and spiritual growth, Donald had his focus set on growing his business empire - completely different personal directions. The pair initially got together while Donald had still been married to his first wife, Ivana Trump.