Tiffany Trump's Fashion Designer Friend Defends Her Against Online Bullying

The Hollywood Reporter

Tiffany Trump's longtime pal, Just Drew designer Andrew Warren, is taking to Instagram to defend her following online threats and hateful messages she received after the election, in which her father, Donald Trump, won the presidency.

"Imagine going on Facebook and seeing everyone you thought was your friend hating on you and saying they want to murder your family," he wrote. "I know people have strong opinions, but think about the time @tiffanytrump, who has been my best friend for as long as I can remember, is going through. Never once has she personally done anything to offend anyone, and she is one of the nicest, most genuine people that I know."

He continued: "People attacking or hating on her should take a step back before knowing who she is and what her views are."

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Tiffany - Donald's daughter with second wife Marla Maples - most recently showed her support for Warren during New York Fashion Week in September when he presented his latest collection for NY-based brand Just Drew. Warren and his crew of social media-savvy rich kids were profiled earlier this year in The New York Times and dubbed the "Snap Pack."

"This isn't a post to support or not support Trump, Hillary, or anyone else. This is not political and it is to remind people to think before they post things," he concluded. "I'm just here to be there for my best friend - again not to start a political war."

Interestingly, First Lady-to-be Melania Trump has pledged to make online bullying one of the topics she tackles when her husband is in office.

You can read Warren's message in full below.

To start off imagine going on Facebook and seeing everyone you thought was your friend hating on you and saying they want to murder your family. It's fine that everyone has their stance and posting it is fine - but reposting things like killing Tiffany's entire family (including her) isn't. I was taught not to discuss politics amongst friends growing up because it just causes problems. It used to be that people didn't discuss their political views to avoid problems, and, while pushing people to vote is important, I think keeping who you're voting for to yourself also is. With social media in the current generation, that is obviously very difficult. I know people have strong opinions, but think about the time @tiffanytrump, who has been my best friend for as long as I can remember, is going through. Never once has she personally done anything to offend anyone, and she is one of the nicest, most genuine people that I know. People attacking or hating on her should take a step back before knowing who she is and what her views are. She is a normal 23-year-old girl and imagine how she feels checking social media and seeing that all of her "friends" and people she knows are posting things about how they want to murder her and her family. If people are going to continue to hate on her personally, I instruct them to remove me or unfollow me, as they clearly cannot understand what I'm trying to get across. This isn't a post to to support or not support Trump, Hillary, or anyone else. This is not political and it is to remind people to think before they post things-I still have not once stated my political view (because I think it's a personal matter, which the current generation is turning into a social media trend), I'm just here to be there for my best friend - again not to start a political war. I just hope people can show compassion and be sensitive to the way others may feel.

A photo posted by Andrew Warren (@adwarren) on Nov 10, 2016 at 9:15am PST