Donald Trump Attends Daughter Tiffany's College Graduation in Pennsylvania

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Donald Trump with his family including Tiffany Trump, left, in April

Joe Biden also was there supporting his granddaughter Naomi.

Donald Trump took time out from campaigning on Sunday to attend his daughter's graduation ceremony at the University of Pennsylvania.

Tiffany Trump was one of 1,500 students graduating from the university's School of Arts and Sciences on Sunday night, the Associated Press reported. Donald Trump graduated from Penn's Wharton School of Business in 1968.

Tiffany's mother is Trump's ex-wife Marla Maples, who also was sitting in the crowd with other members of Trump's family, including his wife, Melania, son Barron and daughter Ivanka.

Incidentally, Vice President Joe Biden also was in attendance, supporting his granddaughter Naomi Biden.

The ceremony was expected to last a couple of hours.

The university's main graduation ceremony is schedule for Monday; neither Biden nor Trump is expected to attend. Hamilton creator and star Lin-Manuel Miranda will speak and receive an honorary degree.