What does this Tiffany Trump and Naomi Biden selfie mean?

Why can’t we all just get along? No one seems to be asking this anymore, but maybe a couple of promising young women can convince us to reach out to our supposed enemies and take a selfie together. First daughter Tiffany Trump and Naomi Biden, granddaughter of former Vice President Joe Biden, showed us this example of social media diplomacy skills on Trump’s Instagram Stories on Saturday night.

Tiffany Trump and Naomi Biden (Photo: Instagram courtesy Tiffany Trump)
Tiffany Trump and Naomi Biden (Photo: Instagram courtesy Tiffany Trump)

Biden and Trump met up over the weekend at Surf Lodge in Montauk, N.Y., and it certainly looked like a more diplomatic encounter than the one President Trump had at the G-7 summit that same day.

According to Guest of a Guest, they were there to catch a World Ocean’s Day performance by yet another celebrity offspring making his own way, Jaden Smith. We’re not sure if Trump and Biden are friends, but their paths have crossed before. Both graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 2016. Trump was getting her bachelor’s in sociology, while Biden received her undergraduate degree in international relations. Then candidate Donald Trump and VP Biden attended the ceremony, causing campus security quite the headache.


There probably was Secret Service on hand at the Surf Lodge on Saturday, but they certainly didn’t show up in anyone’s Instagram pics of the Hamptons venue. Trump’s BFF Andrew Warren was among the other rich and beautiful people soaking in the music and salty air.

Another epic weekend in the Hamptons ✔️

A post shared by Andrew Warren (@adwarren) on Jun 10, 2018 at 8:41am PDT


Tiffany Trump now attends Georgetown University as a law student. Naomi Biden has stayed out of the headlines since her graduation. Her father, Hunter Biden, caused a bit of a stir himself last year, when he confirmed that he was dating his late brother Beau’s widow, Hallie.

 

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