Tiffany Trump, Ivanka Trump, Donald, Jr., and all of the other Trump kids were in attendance at Donald Trump's announcement on Tuesday that he would be running for president.
The younger, and more rarely seen, Trump offspring like Tiffany Trump, 21, and Barron Trump, 9, seemed very supportive of their dad.
But, Tiffany Trump has had her issues in the past with Donald Trump's presidential aspirations.
Tiffany Trump, daughter of the Donald and his ex-wife, Marla Maples, was devastated back in 2011 at the prospect.
Maples said of Tiffany Trump, “It was a little devastating -- the thought of that -- for her because she was just being able to step into her own independence.”
She imitated Tiffany Trump, saying, “My life is going to be over!"
Typical teenage reaction to lots of stuff, but Marla Maples thought it was more than that.
She explained, "She was a little concerned because we’ve had a great life but these are the years they need to go out on their own and if that had happened she would have had people around her at every moment. She wouldn’t have had that chance to find herself.”
Hopefully Tiffany Trump finds it a little easier to swallow now that she's older.
Tiffany Trump's sister, Ivanka, was very vocally supportive of her dad's aspirations.
She recently said, before his decision was made, "I would support him and encourage him wholeheartedly."
She added, "I have the unique perspective of being by his side every day and understanding how incredibly capable and just want an amazing visionary he is. As a citizen, it would be amazing if he makes that decision."
What do you think of Tiffany Trump's shifting support? Do you agree with Ivanka on Trump's capability?