The 25-year-old posted a quote to her Instagram stories by the ancient philosopher Rumi amid claims by a close aide that Donald Trump was embarrassed by his daughter’s weight.
It read: 'Study me as much as you like, you will never know me. For I differ a hundred ways from what you see me to be.
'Put yourself behind my eyes, and see me as I see myself. Because I have chosen to dwell in a place you can’t see.'
Trump's personal secretary Madeleine Westerhout, 28, stepped down from her high-profile role on Thursday after the President reportedly discovered she shared private details about his family with journalists.
Tiffany Trump has posted a cryptic quote with the words 'You will never know me' to Instagram in response to her father's alleged comments about her weight gain. She posted this picture of herself to Instagram on August 24
The 25-year-old posted a quote to her Instagram stories by the ancient philosopher Rumi amid claims by a close aide that Donald Trump was embarrassed by his daughter’s weight
Westerhout reportedly blabbed that Trump does not like to be photographed with his daughter Tiffany because she is overweight.
The president said she had spoken about his children and called what she said 'a little hurtful.'
Trump also insisted the comments were 'absolutely false' and called Tiffany 'a wonderful person' when asked if what Westerhout had claimed was true on Friday.
During an off-the-record dinner Westerhout, 28, also spoke to reporters about his 13-year-old son Barron.
The President took to Twitter on Saturday morning tweeting: 'While Madeleine Westerhout has a fully enforceable confidentiality agreement, she is a very good person and I don’t think there would ever be reason to use it.
'She called me yesterday to apologize, had a bad night. I fully understood and forgave her! I love Tiffany, doing great!'
Minutes later he added: '...Yes, I am currently suing various people for violating their confidentiality agreements. Disgusting and foul mouthed Omarosa is one.
'I gave her every break, despite the fact that she was despised by everyone, and she went for some cheap money from a book. Numerous others also!'
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The President took to Twitter on Saturday morning to say he forgives his former personal assistant
Donald Trump's personal assistant Madeleine Westerhout told reporters he thinks his daughter Tiffany is overweight and does not want to be photographed with her
Westerhout resigned from the White House on Thursday, more than a week after the dinner took place.
After details about what she had said came to light, Trump said that he loves his daughter Tiffany.
Speaking on the White House South Lawn Friday before flying to Camp David for the weekend, the president said the claim was 'absolutely false.'
He praised Tiffany as a 'great person,' saying he planned to speak to her later and called what was said 'hurtful.'
He Westerhout had called him to say she had been drinking when she spoke to White House correspondents at an 'off the record' dinner.
At the dinner, Westerhout reportedly also spoke about Trump's youngest son Barron and his eating habits, according to The New York Times.
She also reportedly told journalists that she had a better relationship with Trump than his daughters, Tiffany and Ivanka.
She aired her claims about the president's family over drinks with members of the media who Trump regularly lambastes as the 'fake news,' Politico revealed.
'I love Tiffany.' Trump spoke of his affection for his second daughter as it was revealed his personal assistant resigned after telling reporters he thought Tiffany was overweight
Madeleine Westerhout is seen with the Thanksgiving turkey in one of her Twitter photos, posted November 21, 2017 and captioned: It's almost time for the National Turkey Pardoning! Will it be Wishbone or Drumstick??
Madeleine Westerhout is seen in one of her Twitter photos, posted March 8, 2017 and captioned: We are Making America Great Again! #POTUS45
Westerhout arrives at Trump Tower during a day of meetings flanked by US Representative Michael McCaul in November 2016
She also was reported to have said that Trump could not pick his younger daughter out of a crowd.
But Trump called the situation 'unfortunate,' and said Westerhout had called him to apologize.
Asked by DailyMail.com if he had spoken to his daughter since the astonishing claims surfaced about how he views her, he said: 'We have a call in, she's going to be calling me back as soon as we get to Camp David.'
When DailyMail.com asked what he would tell Tiffany, he said: 'I'm going to say it's just absolutely false.
'She's a wonderful person. She's studied so hard, she's a great student, and she's such a great – a great person.
'So I look forward to talking to her. I'll be talking to her as soon as I get – and I love Tiffany. Tiffany's a great person.'
He also said he had spoken to Westerhout who, according to the book 'American Carnage' by Tim Alberta, he was fond of referring to as 'my beautiful Beauty.'
'I really think she had a bad night,' he said.
'She said she was drinking. And the whole thing was very unfortunate, and I think the press is very dishonest, because it was supposed to be off the record.
Public affection: Donald Trump said he was going to be speaking to Tiffany as soon as he landed at Camp David and had already spoken to Madeleine Westerhout
First daughter: Tiffany Trump was last seen stepping out in New York this week. The president's younger daughter is studying law at Georgetown University School of Law
Family together: Donald Trump took his younger daughter Tiffany to church for Easter service in Palm Beach,with her stepmother Melania
Elder daughter: Madeleine Westerhout is reported to have bragged that she was closer to Trump than both Tiffany and Ivanka, who was seen leaving home in Washington D.C. on Thursday
'But still you don’t say things like she said, which were just a little bit hurtful to some people.'
Asked if it was true that he did not want to be seen with Tiffany, he said: 'Tiffany is great. I love Tiffany. I love Tiffany.'
He later added of Westerhout: 'She's a very good person and I always thought she did a very good job.'
He added: 'Of course the press breaks "off the record" all the time.'
Westerhout's disgrace had begun on Thursday night when the New York Times first reported her 'abrupt and unexpected' departure and said it followed an off-the record dinner with reporters in New Jersey while the president was vacationing at his Bedminster golf club.
Senior staffers sometimes dine with reporters in such off-the-record sessions when the president travels, with the understanding that what is said is never to be published.