Tiffany Trump has been admitted to Georgetown Law School, according to university spokesperson Tanya Weinberg.
The Daily Mail first reported Trump's law school plans. Tiffany's decision to attend Georgetown means she will live just a few minutes away from the White House.
Trump was raised in California by her mother, whom she praised a year ago in People magazine for giving her a normal childhood.
Ivanka Trump also attended the school for two years before transferring to the University of Pennsylvania.
Tiffany is the only child of Trump and Marla Maples.
President Donald Trump's youngest daughter Tiffany will attend Georgetown Law School in the fall, a representative for the family confirmed.
A White House spokeswoman didn't immediately return ITK's request for comment.
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Tiffany graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in spring 2016 with a degree in sociology with a concentration in law.
She campaigned for her father over the summer and fall, speaking on his behalf at the Republican National Convention in July, calling him a "natural-born encourager".
Trump maintains a much lower profile than her three adult half-siblings, and because of Ivanka Trump's heavily publicized involvement in her father's political life, she is often derided by critics as the president's least favorite child.
She has hinted online about her interest in becoming a legal eagle.
She won't be the only family member with a Georgetown connection.
Largely due to her studies, Tiffany Trump was a relatively rare sight during her father's campaign.
Wouldn't it be great if one of the Trumps could learn about how the law works? But you could say she's following in the footsteps of her aunt, Judge Maryanne Trump Barry, who has served on federal trial and appellate courts.