Whoopi Goldberg defends Tiffany Trump from publishers who didn’t want to sit with her at Fashion Week

The actress and host said on the show ‘The View’ that she would go to the Fashion Week parades to keep company with the president’s daughter, although the fashion publishers involved say that Tiffany Trump only spent a couple of minutes alone.

“Do you know what Tiffany? I’m going to sit with you,” said actress Whoopi Goldberg on the show ‘The View’, addressing Tiffany Trump.

Goldberg referred to the president’s youngest daughter after an editor of the magazine ‘Elle’ made public on her Twitter account that there were people avoiding sitting next to her during the Fashion Week parades in New York.

“She just went to see the clothes, not to talk about her father, leave politics out of this,” continued the New York actress on the panel, while showing on screen the photos that ran on social networks of empty seats in the right row next to Tiffany.—

The president’s daughter corresponded to Whoopi with a message on his social networks saying “Thank you @WhoopiGoldberg I would love to sit with you too”.

This event, which did not go unnoticed by the media, was nuanced by media such as ‘Refinery 29’, ensuring that the seats next to Tiffany in the Philipp Plein designer parade were only empty for a couple of minutes and that the spaces turned out to be of the most coveted of the night.

“I know she hasn’t done anything to us. I was just making an observation. I don’t think Tiffany Trump believed that in New York Fashion Week – where there are many people in the industry who strongly supported Hillary and rejected Trump’s policies – no nothing happened, that he could go to a show and that everyone would be attentive and welcome him. Nor did he want this to be misunderstood as a message saying ‘Oh, she shouldn’t be here’, “Alyssa Vingan Klein specified, one of the publishers involved in the subject.

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