Tiffany Trump Blackmail Allegation Revealed In Testimony

On Monday, Donald Trump’s hush money trial was met with a surprising revelation involving his daughter Tiffany Trump. The trial, which focused on the alleged hush money payments made to porn star Stormy Daniels, took a dramatic turn when witness Michael Cohen was questioned about an apparent blackmail attempt involving Tiffany Trump just weeks before the 2016 election. At the time, Tiffany was not as high profile as her half-siblings, Donald Jr., Eric, and Ivanka Trump, who all had a more prominent role in their father’s campaign.

Ivanka Trump would later go on to work in the White House while Donald Jr. and Eric helped run the Trump Organization. Tiffany, on the other hand, kept a relatively low profile, only appearing at the 2016 Republican convention with her father. However, her involvement in this trial is raising questions about her potential connections to the scandal.

During the trial, Cohen was pressed by the defense about his personal life and his interactions with Donald Trump. It was revealed that on October 25th, 2016, Tiffany contacted Cohen with concerns about someone trying to blackmail her. This information sheds light on the multiple reasons why Cohen would have been in communication with Trump during this critical period, beyond just the Stormy Daniels matter that he was testifying about.

Cohen testified that he immediately handled the situation by speaking to Trump’s longtime security chief, David Pecker, and Tiffany herself. This took place on October 26th, the day after Cohen testified that he spoke to Trump about the Stormy Daniels payoff using the phone of Keith Schiller, Trump’s security chief. However, Blanche, the defense lawyer, pointed out that the date of the call coincides with prank phone calls Cohen received from a 14-year-old, as shown in texts between Cohen and Schiller.

Blanche also referred to the incident as a ‘potential extortion attempt’ involving photos. This revelation came as Cohen admitted to stealing $60,000 from Trump, leading the defense to question the credibility of Cohen’s testimony.

Blanche also pointed out that Trump was preparing for the opening ceremony of his new hotel in Washington D.C. on October 26th, giving him multiple subjects to discuss with Cohen during a phone call. The defense lawyer also asked Cohen if the situation involving Tiffany was important to him, to which Cohen responded that it was important to take care of things but not personally important to him.

This is the first time Tiffany Trump has been mentioned in the month-long trial. Her low profile may be attributed to her focus on academics, having graduated from Georgetown University Law School in 2020. She met her husband, Michael Boulos, in 2018 at a beach club in Greece owned by Lindsey Lohan. Their marriage was highlighted with a proposal in the White House Rose Garden in 2021 and a lavish wedding ceremony at Mar-a-Lago in 2022.

While Tiffany’s involvement in this scandal remains unclear, her X profile details her academic achievements, including her Georgetown law degree and her position as President of the Cyberlaw Society. She also mentions a law professor and her undergraduate degree from the University of Pennsylvania, which is also her father’s alma mater. It is not known what legal work Tiffany has pursued since graduating from law school.

Tiffany’s Instagram page features photos from her luxurious wedding and includes several images of her father and siblings. There are also posts from inside the White House, where Tiffany has been spotted at various events. It is clear that she maintains a close relationship with her family and is actively involved in their lives, which may explain why she was in communication with Cohen during the tumultuous period leading up to the 2016 election.


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