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SNL pokes fun at Tiffany Trump's relationship with her family: 'Who is that lady?'

‘Daddy has always taken the six foot social distance rule very seriously with me’

Jacob Stolworthy
Sunday 18 October 2020 10:06 BST
Tiffany Trump 'meets' her brothers for the first time on SNL.mp4

The latest episode of Saturday Night Live took aim at Donald Trump with weeks to go until the US election.

One particular skit saw Chloe Fineman play Tiffany Trump for a skit poking fun at the controversy surrounding the lavish birthday party she held in Miami despite Covid-19 restrictions being in place.

Fineman's version of Tiffany – who is the daughter of Trump’s second wife, Marla Maples – appeared on Colin Jost and Michael Che's “Weekend Update” alongside comedy versions of her brothers, Eric and Don Jr

She was wearing a sailors hat and clutching a bottle of champagne.

A large part of the joke was centred on how Tiffany seems to be more isolated from her father than his other children, including Ivanka. At one point, she was referred to as “Not-vanka”.

“Who’s that lady?” Eric asked his brother, with Don Jr confirming: “That’s your sister, Eric. Wait, Tiff – I don’t know if you and your sister have met.”

Finneman’s tiffany replied: “Not in person, no.”

When asked his her father is respecting social distancing guidelines having had coronavirus, Tiffany said: “No, daddy has always taken the six foot social distance rule very seriously with me.”

The comedy show's latest episode was hosted by Insecure star Issa Rae.

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