Whoopi Goldberg would gladly sit next to Tiffany Trump, despite openly criticizing her father.
Goldberg took issue with the news that that no one wanted to sit next to Donald Trump's youngest daughter at New York Fashion Week. The actress spoke about this on The View this week, revealing that she would happily sit with her should the situation arise.
"I just thought it was mean," Goldberg said on The View. "I don't want to talk about your dad, but girl, I will sit next to you because I've been there, where people say we're not going to sit next to you. I'll find your a-- and sit next to you!"
Goldberg continued, "You know what, Tiffany, I'm supposed to go to a couple more shows. I don't know what's going to happen, but I'm coming to sit with you. Because nobody's talking politics. You're looking at fashion! She doesn't want to talk about her dad! She's looking at the fashion!"
Tiffany responded well to Goldberg's statements, tweeting:
Thank you @WhoopiGoldberg I'd love to sit with you too!
— Tiffany Ariana Trump (@TiffanyATrump) February 15, 2017
Goldberg spoke about how there is a difference between people boycotting Ivanka Trump's fashion line amid the Nordstrom controversy, and people not wanting to sit next to Tiffany.
"There is a difference," Goldberg explained. "That's all about buying stuff. You're buying stuff. This girl is looking at fashion, and she's just looking at fashion."
Among all of President Trump's grown children, Tiffany has been the most removed from politics at the White House. The daughter of Marla Maples, she is the second youngest of President Trump's children at 23, behind 39-year-old Donald Trump Jr., 35-year-old Ivanka and 33-year-old Eric Trump. Barron Trump, the youngest child, is 10.