Timing is everything, and it looks like Tiffany Trump is trying to divert attention away from her controversial father. Just one day before Donald Trump is supposed to leave the White House, Tiffany announced her engagement to Michael Boulos.
“It has been an honor to celebrate many milestones, historic occasions and create memories with my family here at the White House, none more special than my engagement to my amazing fiancé Michael! Feeling blessed and excited for the next chapter! ❤️,” the 27-year-old captioned a photo of herself wearing a black dress, while her fiancé donned a suit.
Of course, Tiffany’s friends and family took to the comments section to rave about the milestone. Sister Ivanka Trump wrote, “So happy for you and Michael! Love you Tiff!” while Sarah Huckabee Sanders added, “Congratulations!!! So excited for you both!”
Boulos also wrote, “Love you honey.”
For his part, the business executive posted the same snap, writing, “Got engaged to the love of my life! Looking forward to our next chapter together.”
The pair have been together since 2018 after they met while Tiffany was on a trip to Greece. That November, the blonde beauty introduced Boulos to her family, and they gave her the seal of approval. “I adore Michael!” Tiffany's mom, Marla Maples, said at the time.
Over the years, Tiffany hasn’t been shy about boasting about her man on social media. “Happy birthday, @michaelboulos,” she wrote in honor of his big day. “You fill my life with so much joy, kindness and laughter! Thank you for always putting a smile on my face!”
Meanwhile, Donald, 74, is gearing up to leave office after Joe Biden was elected as the 47th President of the United States.
Despite it being a fair election, the former reality star insisted that the election was “rigged.” As a result, many pro-Trump supporters stormed the Capitol on January 6, which left five people dead.
Eventually, Trump was impeached for the second time — the first president in U.S. history to be impeached twice — after he didn’t condemn the violent acts.
One week before leaving office, Trump insisted he wants “absolutely no violence,” but the damage was already done.
“And on the impeachment it's really a continuation of the greatest witch hunt in the history of politics. It's ridiculous. It's absolutely ridiculous,” he said.
“This impeachment is causing tremendous anger and you're doing it and it's really a terrible thing that they're doing,” he added. “For Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer to continue on this path, I think it's causing tremendous danger to our country and it's causing tremendous anger. I want no violence.”