Tiffany Trump: Everything You Need to Know About Trump’s Youngest Daughter

    But in Michael Cohen’s book Disloyal: A Memoir: The True Story of the Former Personal Attorney to President Donald J. Trump, Cohen casts the internship in a slightly different light, alleging that Tiffany’s father and older sister didn’t believe she had the right “look” to be a Vogue intern. 

    “I don’t think Tiffany has the look,” Cohen says Donald Trump told his daughter Ivanka. “She just doesn’t have what you have, honey.”

    “She just doesn’t have the look is the right way to say it, Daddy,” Ivanka replied, according to Cohen. 

    Her political views 

    Unlike her older siblings, Tiffany has had relatively little to do with her father’s political career, at least publicly. Tiffany did make an appearance at both the 2016 and 2020 Republican National Conventions in support of her father. She also was filmed with her three older siblings for 60 Minutes in 2016. Of her dad as president, she said, “I mean, I don’t think we can really prepare for our father becoming president. But we were all there together with everyone that’s worked so hard. And my dad has worked so hard. And it’s just–it’s really awe-inspiring.”

    What she’s up to professionally 

    Like many recent law school grads, it appears Tiffany is still on the hunt for a job. At the 2020 RNC, she said, “Like so many students across the world, I graduated from law school during the pandemic. Our generation is unified in facing the future in uncertain times. And many of us are considering what kind of country we want to live in. As a recent graduate, I can relate to so many of you who might be looking for a job.”

    A clue to where she might be headed: She told George Stephanopoulos in a 2016 interview that she’s “of course” interested in joining the family business. She added, “I’m applying to law school though, so I like to bring—a different kind [of] skill set to the company.”

    Her father may be happy to have her in the fold too, tweeting at her graduation, “Just what I need is a lawyer in the family.” (He really does seem to need a new lawyer.) 

    Her relationship status

    Tiffany has been dating her current boyfriend, Michael Boulos, since 2018. According to Town & Country, the couple has “been getting to know each other for the past few years,” and according to a source, “they’re really enjoying their time together.”

    Tiffany hasn’t shared much about her private life but did share a sweet message to Boulos for his birthday on Instagram.

    “Happy Birthday, @michaelboulos,” she wrote. “You fill my life with so much joy, kindness, and laughter! Thank you for always putting a smile on my face!”

    Timothée Chalamet Feels ‘Embarrassed’ by Those Viral Kissing Photos With Lily-Rose Depp

    Don’t be surprised if Timothée Chalamet keeps his relationships super top secret from now on.

    The Call Me By Your Name actor revealed in a new cover story by GQ that he was “embarrassed” by his kiss with  Lily-Rose Depp that spawned a thousand memes. The year was 2019—you know, a decade ago when people kissed—and Chalamet was in a relationship with Depp, his costar from The King.

    After promoting their new film at the Venice Film Festival, the couple shared a highly publicized, low-key awkward kiss on a yacht. Well, Chalamet saw your memes and particularly resents any accusations that the pics were PR stunt for his film—but maybe not for the reasons you’d expect. 

    “I went to bed that night thinking that was one of the best days of my life,” Chalamet told GQ. “I was on this boat all day with someone I really loved, and closing my eyes, I was like, indisputably, ‘That was great.’ And then waking up to all these pictures, and feeling embarrassed, and looking like a real nob? All pale? And then people are like: This is a PR stunt. A PR stunt?! Do you think I’d want to look like that in front of all of you?!

    Chalamet and Depp reportedly ended their relationship in April 2020 after over a year of dating—a split that first made headlines when British Vogue referred to the Little Women actor as single. According to GQ, Chalamet is “serious about keeping his former relationship with Depp to himself.”

    In nonrelationship news, Timothée Chalamet was also photographed wearing his own pink Juicy Couture hoodie in his GQ photo shoot, which may be his next viral moment and more than makes up for any awkward boat pics. As one Twitter user wrote, “Timothée Chalamet wearing his own pink Juicy Couture hoodie in this new GQ shoot……….,,,,It’s a lot for me to process, personally.”

    Same.

    Cardi B Is Back Together With Offset Just Weeks After Filing for Divorce

    Cardi B and Offset are back together, the “WAP” rapper revealed on Instagram Live in mid-October. This comes just weeks after Cardi B filed for divorce. 

    “It’s hard not to talk to your best friend,” she said, according to People. “You know what I’m saying? It’s really hard not to talk to your best friend. And it’s really hard to have no dick. And it’s just like…I don’t know.”

    In the video, Cardi B also called herself a “crazy bitch” and shot down rumors she got back with Offset because she’s materialistic—though she did tell fans, “I do like material things. What do y’all want me to do?”

    “We’re just really, really, really just typical two young motherfuckers that got married early,” Cardi B added, per People. “That’s just what we are…. We’re no different than y’all’s dysfunctional ass relationships.”

    According to the outlet, Cardi B filed for divorce from Offset in September, saying their marriage was “irretrievably broken” and “there are no prospects for a reconciliation.” But it appears that may have been a bit too hasty. 

    Cardi B and Offset share a daughter, Kulture. For Cardi’s birthday on October 11, Offset bought her a billboard “from” Kulture that read, “Happy birthday Mommy, Love, Kulture.” He also gifted her with a custom black Rolls-Royce. Ya know, casual stuff. 

    “When me and my husband got into our issues—you know, he cheated and everything—and I decided to stay with him and work together with him, a lot of people were so mad at me; a lot of women felt disappointed in me,” Cardi B previously told Vogue about her relationship. “But it’s real-life shit. If you love somebody and you stop being with them, and you’re depressed and social media is telling you not to talk to that person because he cheated, you’re not really happy on the inside until you have the conversation.”

    Whatever their situation, we just hope Cardi B and Offset are happy. 

    Kamala Harris Was Asked About the Mike Pence Fly, and Her Response Was Iconic

    Yes, Senator Kamala Harris noticed the fly on Vice President Mike Pence’s head during the V.P. debate held on Wednesday, October 7. No, she doesn’t really want to talk about it anymore—even though it’s funny enough to make her burst out into giggles.

    During a virtual interview hosted by MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow on October 14, Harris was asked straight up if she could see the fly memed around the world. “I just realized I would kick myself if I didn’t just ask you,” Maddow began. “Before I let you go, if you noticed the fly on Vice President Mike Pence’s head?”

    “Oh, Rachel,” Harris replied with a laugh, prompting Maddow to point out that it was visible to viewers at home and asking again, “Could you see it sitting right next to him?”

    Senator Harris gave the perfect, wordless answer with a tight-lipped nod of her head. Frankly, this is just another example of Harris’s world-class facial expressions. After sharing another laugh with the vice presidential nominee, Maddow followed up by questioning if the senator had any instinct to swat it away. “You know, Rachel…I think that it’s important that we find a way to move on and fly away from this subject onto something else.”

    You can watch the moment in full, below:

    On October 15, former vice president Joe Biden’s campaign revealed that the California senator will be halting her in-person events after two people—a flight crew member and Harris’s communications director—tested positive for coronavirus. 

    “Neither of these people have had contact with Vice President Biden, Senator Harris, or any other staffers since testing positive or in the 48 hours prior to their positive test results,” Biden’s campaign manager, Jen O’Malley Dillon, said in a statement. 

    However, in stark contrast to President Donald Trump’s campaign, Harris will halt all public events anyway. “Regardless, out of an abundance of caution and in line with our campaign’s commitment to the highest levels of precaution, we are canceling Senator Harris’s travel through Sunday,” Dillon said, although Harris “will keep a robust and aggressive schedule of virtual campaign activities to reach voters all across the country during this time.”

    In contrast, Trump—who has yet to reveal the last time he tested negative for COVID-19 to the public—has claimed he would “kiss everyone” at a recent rally in Florida. “I feel powerful,” he said. “I’ll kiss the guys and the beautiful women and everybody.”

    For her part, Harris told Maddow that the Biden campaign is doing everything they can to keep people safe. “I’d like to hug people. You don’t hug people these days. That’s not an option. You can’t shake hands. But you can look people in the eye, and you can listen, and you can be there,” Harris said, per CNN. “I think it’s important to be where the people are but to do it in a way that does not cause them to be at any risk in terms of their safety. And so we’re working it out. It’s definitely a different kind of campaign than anything that we’ve done before, but we’re making the best of it.”

    Glamour’s Women of the Year Film – How to Watch

    For 30 years, Glamour has championed the most influential and accomplished women on the planet with our annual Women of the Year awards. Under normal circumstances, we’d spend this month preparing to celebrate our honorees live and in person. But nothing about 2020 has been normal, so instead, we’re bringing the celebration to you, with a film presented in partnership with L’Oréal Paris. 

    Premiering on Monday, October 19, at 7 p.m. E.T., the film will be streamed on Glamour’s YouTube channel and on Twitter and available to watch later on demand. 

    Hosted by Grammy-nominated sister duo Chloe x Halle, the Glamour Women of the Year film will pay tribute to our extraordinary class of 2020 honorees. They are the women of Elmhurst Hospital, who worked to combat COVID-19 in one of the hardest-hit facilities nationwide; NAACP Legal Defense Fund president Sherrilyn Ifill, the civil rights champion protecting all of our rights; Atlanta mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, resolute in the face of two crises to hit her city; icon and rabble-rouser Dolores Huerta, who has spent a lifetime agitating for the powerless; and Regina King, a megawatt star who is meeting her moment. 

    Photography by Emman Montalvan

    To help us pay tribute to our Women of the Year, we’ve brought in some of their most notable admirers, including Ryan Reynolds, Representatives Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Grace Meng, and Maxine Waters, John Legend, Gabrielle Union, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, Senator Cory Booker, Charlize Theron, and more.

    Glamour’s 30th anniversary Women of the Year film premieres on Monday, October 19, 2020, at 7 p.m. E.T. on YouTube, Twitter, glamour.com, Pluto TV, or the Glamour channel on Xumo, Vizio, Roku, or Tivo.

    17 Best Amazon Prime Day Deals 2020: Style, Tech, and Beauty Deals You Can Still Shop

    You came, you shopped, you saved. But a selection of the best Amazon Prime Day Deals 2020 brought us are still available. Though the two-day blowout sale technically ended on October 14, a handful of discounted items are alive and well across tech, home, beauty, and style—and they’re waiting to be added to cart. 

    From cozy hoodies made for the newfound ComfortCore aesthetic to kitchen gadgets that will take your late-night nosh up a notch, these quality products are looking for a loving home, but not for long. With everyone scrambling to cash in on the ‘Zon’s annual sale while supplies last, now is the time to get what’s yours—and fast. Ahead, the 17 items we’re almost definitely snatching before they run out. May the odds be ever in your favor.

    All products featured on Glamour are independently selected by our editors. However, when you buy something through our retail links, we may earn an affiliate commission.

    Dolly Parton Can’t Get Enough of These Fan Covers in the Latest ‘You Sang My Song’

    Imagine your idol—say, Dolly Parton—is watching you cover one of their greatest hits, and they can’t stop smiling because they love your performance that much. Who wouldn’t freak out?

    For the latest installment of Glamour‘s “You Sang My Song” video series, that’s exactly what Dolly Parton fans and fellow musicians got. With her signature red nails and matching lip, the country music legend tuned in to watch as some of her long-time admirers performed their original takes on classics like “9 to 5” and “I Will Always Love You.” 

    Ever gracious, Parton had many praises to sing for the artists and shared her genuine enthusiasm for their work. “Steve, you’re singing one of my favorite songs that I’ve ever written, and you’re singing it as good as anybody I’ve heard singing it,” she commented after watching The Voice Season 17 contestant Steve Knill’s hauntingly beautiful take on “I Will Always Love You.” 

    “You got a great style, I love that!”

    It’s been a busy month for the icon, who just released a holiday-themed baking collection with Williams Sonoma and a new album. Dolly Parton’s A Holly Dolly Christmas featuring collaborations with Miley Cyrus, Michael Buble, Jimmy Fallon, and more is available now and already the number-one holiday album and country album on Billboard. 

    And because we can never have enough Dolly, the singer announced that she’ll also be starring in the upcoming musical Christmas on the Square, which premieres on Netflix next month and features original music written by none other than the queen of country herself.  

    Watch Dolly Parton’s “You Sang My Song” video, below:

    Best Amazon Prime Day Deals 2020: 48 Fashion Deals You Can Still Shop

    Prime Day may be over, but there are still plenty of clothing deals up for grabs for those of you who couldn’t hit the checkout button in time. Even if you’re living in sweatpants at the moment, thanks to these last-but-best Amazon Prime Day deals of 2020, you can still put some shine on your wardrobe just in time for the cold season. Whether you’re an essential worker keeping society afloat or are working from home in kinda-sorta clothes for the foreseeable future, Amazon is still brimming with style deals you won’t want to miss. From workout staples to Zoom-ready blazers to delicate intimates to spice up your top drawer, the ’Zon’s fashion deals are fit for every occasion and every kind of shopper. 

    The blowout sale also brought a ton of epic deals from luxury beauty to home and kitchen, so even if you missed your chance yesterday, it’s definitely still worth checking out some last-call finds. Just remember: Since Prime Day is technically over, there’s no telling how long these discounts will actually be around, so if you see something you like, snap it up immediately. Start by shopping our top style picks below, and then check out the best Amazon Prime Day deals 2020 we added to cart.

    Best Prime Day Clothing Deals: Loungewear and Athleisure

    Oversized sweatshirts and comfy leggings have become our everyday uniform over the past seven months, and we don’t see that changing anytime soon. So naturally the excitement is real, considering that the best fashion deals on Amazon Prime Day involve versatile activewear and soft layering pieces. The site is slashing prices on cozy loungewear and athleisure that will mesh seamlessly with a nonexistent work-life balance—shop some of our favorites below.

    Adidas Originals Half-Zip Sweatshirt

    $80$51

    Amazon

    Worthy Threads Space Tie-Dye Hoodie

    $192$163

    Amazon

    Lanremon Pajamas

    $37$29

    Amazon

    Adidas Originals 3-Stripe Shorts

    $35$31

    Amazon

    Best Prime Day Clothing Deals: Intimates and Sleepwear

    Quarantine or not, every top drawer needs cozy, cute underwear for whatever’s on the agenda, and Prime Day is offering up top-rated thongs, pretty bralettes, and chic pajamas at stress-soothing price points. So clear out some space for lounge-ready sets that are perfect for bingeing Emily in Paris or running to the corner store for frozen croissants.

    Cosabella Never Say Never Dreamie Triangle Bra

    $52$41

    Amazon

    Calvin Klein Modern Cotton Bralette

    $28$20

    Amazon

    Honeydew Intimates Starseeker Lounge Set

    $54$46

    Amazon

    Yummie Dawn Seamless Wire-Free T-Sshirt Bra

    $42$26

    Amazon

    Calvin Klein Invisibles Comfort Seamless Bra

    $38$20

    Amazon

    Calvin Klein Cotton Stretch Bikinis (5-Pack)

    $49$30

    Amazon

    Best Prime Day Clothing Deals: Dresses

    Cozy vibes are in full swing, but the Prime Day dress discounts are worth a look. From nap dresses ideal for lounging around to structured styles that will be waiting for you when the office opens back up, the site has slashed prices on big brands that will take your closet to new heights.

    IRO Milson Dress

    $395$235

    Amazon

    Rachel Pally Gauze Cecelia Dress

    $260$221

    Amazon

    Faithfull the Brand Olinda Midi Dress

    $189$96

    Amazon

    Staud Blaze Dress

    $295$250

    Amazon

    Free People Mockingbird Maxi Dress

    $148$125

    Amazon

    Enza Costa Stretch Tank Midi Dress

    $145$99

    Amazon

    Best Prime Day Clothing Deals: Shoes

    Upgrade your running gear, slip into some sleek boots, or lean into loafers for fall with Amazon’s lengthy list of discounted shoes for a limited time only. The brand list is legit, with Staud, Ganni, and Adidas all in the mix, so there’s truly something for everyone—from the fitness fanatic to the person who wishes they were at Fashion Week. Good luck choosing just one pair!

    Tretorn Nyliteplus Sneakers

    $75$64

    Amazon

    Apl Techloom Bliss Sneakers

    $200$170

    Amazon

    Sam Edelman Loraine Loafers

    $130$104

    Amazon

    Reebok Club C 85 Vintage Running Shoes

    $75$70

    Amazon

    Best Prime Day Clothing Deals: Coats and Jackets

    Even if you plan on spending the cold months cooped up indoors, the occasional grocery run and mental health walk are inevitable, so now is the time to snag stylish outerwear for less. From the famous Amazon jacket to blazers and really great puffer jackets, the best Amazon Prime Day clothing deals might just lie in this category. 

    Orolay Women’s Thickened Down Jacket (Red)

    $247$126

    Amazon

    Free People Ashby Blazer

    $168$143

    Amazon

    Adidas by Stella McCartney Short Puffer Jacket

    $230$196

    Amazon

    Baum und Pferdgarten Dany Coat

    $459$390

    Amazon

    Best Prime Day Clothing Deals: Jeans

    It’s not every day you can get beloved Levi’s style for less, and Prime Day is bringing rare discounts on some of the best ’fits out there. Between the ultra-high-rise Ribcage and the distressed boyfriend jeans, there’s a pair for every occasion—along with decent deals from other denim brands like Mother and Lucky.

    Levi’s Straight 505 Jeans

    $50$40

    Amazon

    Levi’s Ribcage Straight Ankle Jeans

    $98$75

    Amazon

    Levi’s Wedgie Skinny Jeans

    $70$38

    Amazon

    Lucky Brand Mid-Rise Sienna Boyfriend Jeans

    $26$19

    Amazon

    Levi’s Mile High Super Skinny Jeans

    $98$83

    Amazon

    Mother The Insider Crop Jeans

    $196$167

    Amazon

    Levi’s New Boyfriend Jeans

    $60$36

    Amazon

    Levi’s 724 High-Rise Straight Crop Jeans

    $60$37

    Amazon

    Best Prime Day Clothing Deals: Accessories

    With Zoom meetings as our sole form of face-to-face interaction these days, cute accessories that fall within the frame can help bring some personality to your look at work. The sale has lots of cute discounted hair barrettes, earrings, and necklaces—plus bargains on fuzzy socks for peak cozy fall vibes. While real outfits have more or less fallen by the wayside, a chic pair of sunglasses and other accent pieces can add some flair to your comfort-first aesthetic this season.

    Jennifer Zeuner Lou Medium Hoops

    $154$130

    Amazon

    Ray-Ban Flat Lens Oval Sunglasses

    $154$123

    Amazon

    Nackiy 20-Piece Macaron Hair Clips

    $15$12

    Amazon

    Ugg Cozy Chenille Socks

    $30$20

    Amazon

    Best Prime Day Clothing Deals: Tops & Knitwear

    Whether you’re looking for statement blouses, chunky knitwear, or live-in tees to complete your fall and winter wardrobe, you’re sure to find something here. From cut-out sweaters to ruffly tops and slouchy cardigans, these extended Prime Day offers will help you round out your seasonal look with tops you’ll want to wear over and over again—quarantine or not. 

    Sea Metta Acid-Wash Long-Sleeve Ruffle Top

    $225$191

    Amazon

    Free People Vienna Brushed Wool Shirt Jacket

    $228$194

    Amazon

    Levi’s Perfect Tee-Shirt

    $25$14

    Amazon

    ASTR The Label Asymmetric Turtleneck

    $98$83

    Amazon

    Alice + Olivia Cornelia Pullover With Ruffle Tie Neck and Cuffs

    $395$336

    Amazon

    Splendid Long-Sleeve Turtleneck

    $58$28

    Amazon

    Best Prime Day Clothing Deals: Face Masks

    As cases continue to spike across the country, wearing a mask remains one the most important ways to protect yourself and your community from the coronavirus while helping to flatten the curve. Amazon has plenty of face masks with stellar reviews, including masks for glasses and masks for kids, and the options below are available at a lower price.

    Revman Adjustable Reusable Face Covers (3-Pack)

    $14$7

    Amazon

    Safe+Mate x Case-Mate Cloth Face Mask

    $10$6

    Amazon

    Children’s Disposable 3-Ply Face Mask

    $7$6

    Amazon

    Kensie Reusable Face Mask With Replaceable Air Filters (2-Pack)

    $10$8

    Amazon

    Levi’s Reusable Bandana-Print Face Mask

    $15$13

    Amazon

    Single-Use Disposable Face Mask (50-Pack)

    $30$8

    Amazon

    Ilia Super Serum Skin Tint Review With Photos

    The past six months have been fraught with changes, among them, the fact that I am writing this from my couch. And while some were expected, like wearing jeans a whole lot less, I never thought I would be the girl who pared down her makeup routine.  

    I genuinely enjoy wearing makeup—painting my face is often the best part of my day—but foundation is the one thing that feels like a chore. Due to years of acne, slathering on my full-coverage foundation is more of a security blanket. But seven months into working from my apartment, I’m rethinking my approach. 

    Thanks to a three-month break from makeup, plenty of pandemic nihilism—acne isn’t the end of the world when the world is literally on fire—and fine, some good skin care, I’m starting to feel better in my own skin than I have in the past few years, even if it’s technically “worse.” A key player in this has been Ilia’s Super Serum Skin Tint, which has proved my long-running theory I’ve been too scared to test: A healthy glow with visible acne will almost always look better than skin smothered by foundation. 

    I generally distrust anything with “tint” in the name, but after it won for best clean foundation in Glamour‘s Beauty Awards this year, it’s become one of my best quarantine discoveries. It takes about two seconds to apply with my fingers (if I’m feeling bougie, I like to use an Artis brush) and basically blends itself. I would say it offers the coverage of a light foundation, which is more than I find most tints provide. It makes my skin look even and blurs acne, and while it doesn’t cover it up completely, I look damn close to flawless on Zoom. For outside-the-house excursions, I’ll toss on a bit of concealer on any major pimples—which blends seamlessly into the tint’s hydrating texture—but most days the tint is all I need.

    Most important, though, it gives me the most beautiful dewy glow that makes me look healthy and alive, even when I feel like a zombie inside. The glow comes from the inclusion of hyaluronic acid, niacinamide, and plant-based squalane in the formula, which not only gives it a dewy finish to rival most highlighters, but moisturizes and nourishes my skin while I wear it. 

    Since its a skin-care-makeup hybrid and so lightweight, I feel good about wearing it under a mask. I also love that it has SPF 40, so it’s one less thing to worry about before I have my morning coffee. 

    Bella Cacciatore 

    Even when we return to a world where I wear jeans more than sweatpants and I swap my tinted balm for red lipsticks, my Ilia Super Serum Skin Tint is here to stay. I just hope my dewy new outlook will be too.

    Ilia Super Serum Skin Tint SPF 40 Foundation

    Bella Cacciatore is the beauty associate at Glamour. Follow her on Instagram @bellacacciatore_.

    NBC Reportedly Censored Demi Lovato’s 2020 Billboard Music Awards Performance

    Demi Lovato’s performance of her new song “Commander in Chief” at the 2020 Billboard Music Awards was reportedly supposed to look a little different than what aired on NBC during the show. 

    The possible censoring of Lovato came at the end of her performance. In raw footage obtained by TMZ,  you can clearly see the word “VOTE” displayed on huge screens behind Lovato. But the version that aired ended with a closeup of the singer at the piano, without the “VOTE” messaging. (You can see both videos here.)

    It’s also clear from still images that the “VOTE” message was present. 

    Kevin Winter/Getty Images

    Sources told TMZ that NBC got rid of the “VOTE” display because “the song itself was a slam on Trump and the ‘VOTE’ message was a call to vote against him.” 

    But NBC did tweet an image that shows the message. 

    The song is very clearly about President Donald Trump, with lyrics like “Commander in Chief, honestly / If I did the things you do / I couldn’t sleep, seriously / Do you even know the truth?/ We’re in a state of crisis, people are dyin’ / While you line your pockets deep / Commander in Chief, how does it feel to still / Be able to breathe?”

    Lovato has also been responding to comments on Instagram criticizing her for getting political. “You do understand as a celebrity, I have a right to political views as well?” she wrote

    Demi Lovato also doesn’t care what impact this has on her future—she said what she wanted to say. “Or did you forget that we aren’t just around to entertain people for our entire lives,” she said, per Billboard. “That we are citizens of the same country and we are humans with opinions as well? The difference between me and the type of artist you WANT and EXPECT me to be, (but I’m sorry honey that will never BE me) I literally don’t care if this ruins my career.”

    NBC and Lovato have yet to comment on the alleged censoring of the performance.