Tiffany Trump gave a sweet tribute to her father Donald at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland on Tuesday night.
After the Melania Trump plagiarism scandal, her poised and personal speech served as a respite from the unending controversy.
There wasn't a lot of politics in this address, which clocked in at just over five minutes long. Or any plagiarism, for that matter.
A recent college graduate, Tiffany, 22, simply spoke calmly and clearly about how her father, as a person, is an inspiration.
"His desire for excellence is contagious. He draws out your talent," Tiffany said, calling him "a natural born encourager."
“I’m always excited for my new friends to meet my dad, so they can see how friendly, considerate, endearing and real [he is]."
“I am so proud to call him my father. I have admired my father for all of my life, and I love him with all my heart,” she said.
Named after Tiffany & Co., Tiffany was educated at Viewpoint School and graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 2016.
She works for the Trump Organization as V.P. of Real Estate Development, Operations, Acquisitions, Management & Finance.
Trump is a frequent poster to Instagram where she had more than 100,000 followers. She released a single "Like a Bird," in 2014.
Tiffany is the product of Donald's second marriage to Marla Maples.
He has three adult children from his first marriage to Ivana Trump.
Tiffany's brother, Donald Trump, Jr., spoke directly after, with his siblings Ivanka Trump and Eric Trump due to speak tonight.
Donald and Melania Trump, his third wife whom he wed in 2005, have a young son of their own, nine-year-old Barron Trump.
Watch Tiffany Trump's RNC speech below!