Another Trump first daughter will be moving to Washington, D.C. where she'll be near her dad and sister, Ivanka. Tiffany Trump isn't nearly as visible in the spotlight as her older sibling, but that may soon change. In the fall, Tiffany will attend law school at Georgetown University while being just minutes away from the White House and Ivanka. Is this a move Tiffany is making to get in on the action in Washington?

Does president's youngest daughter have the same aspirations as Ivanka Trump?

Ivanka Trump took on the role as her father's adviser, an unprecedented position ever held by a family member -- let alone a first daughter.

After her father was elected, Ivanka claimed that she was just going to be a "daughter," but things changed quickly when her husband, Jared Kushner, became Donald's senior adviser.

Are there any political ambitions that Tiffany Trump secretly has? It doesn't appear to be the case. She has her sights set on following in the footsteps of another Trump family member -- her aunt Maryanne Trump Barry. Donald's sister is recognized as an accomplished attorney who later became a judge. According to Daily Mail, former President Ronald Reagan appointed Barry to the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey back in 1983. She served in the district for 16 years. Bill Clinton promoted her in 1999 to be on the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.

She retired in 2011.

Tiffany graduated from the University of Pennsylvania last year after majoring in sociology and urban studies. Her father, Don, Jr., and Ivanka also attended the school. While Tiffany isn't pursuing the business route in higher education, the report states that it doesn't necessarily mean that she won't be a part of the Trump Organization in some legal capacity down the road.

Georgetown is the place that many of Trump's children have gotten their education. Ivanka also attended Georgetown University for two years before transferring to the University of Pennsylvania. Tiffany's older brother, Eric, also graduated from Georgetown university in 2006 at McDonough School of Business at Georgetown.

Tiffany Trump moving to Washington might signal to the masses that she's zeroing in on a position within the White House like Ivanka, but her goals are vastly different.

Tiffany hasn't expressed political aspirations whatsoever since her father was elected. She's been spotted at fashion shows, promoting Ivanka's new book, and sharing photos on Instagram.

What do you think of the president's 23-year-old daughter moving to Washington? Will Tiffany Trump keep her sights firmly set on law school and not veer into politics?