Speaking to The Daily Beast, psychologist Mary Trump, who has been a vocal critic of her extended family and wrote the book Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man, said that she believes Ivanka Trump will turn on her father and is “much less likely to be loyal” than Allen Weisselberg, the Trump Organization‘s chief financial officer charged with 15 felony counts for evading $1.76 million in taxes over 15 years.
Donald Trump has a lot of thoughts about Joe Biden and how he’s handling things. This was made clear this weekend. The former president called into Fox News on multiple occasions this weekend to whine about his successor.
Mary Trump, a psychologist and author who is the niece of President Donald Trump, said on the eve of President-elect Joe Biden‘s inauguration that the Trumps should be shunned from public life and called for the Trump brand “to be totally destroyed” in a new interview with the MeidasTouch podcast.
Trump threw a fit on Saturday and had a meltdown over the books that are being written about him, specifically Mary Trump's book.
Donald Trump’s niece thinks the Republican National Convention has tried to whitewash his true character by portraying him inaccurately as a caring, family man.
Mary Trump spoke to MSNBC on the closing night of the convention, when her uncle delivered his acceptance speech. She described a very different man from the one the GOP has promoted.
Mary Trump said that she hadn't been asked for more documents by prosecutors, which suggests they already have what they need to take down Trump.
In an interview with Salon, President Donald Trump’s niece Mary Trump, the author of Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man, observed that her uncle’s botched response to the coronavirus pandemic shows that he is incapable of admitting when he makes mistakes.
Mary Trump has candidly discussed the possibility that Donald Trump’s children could enter politics if he loses the White House in the November election.
The President’s niece gave an interview to the UK’s Independent newspaper where she talked about the possibility of her cousins seeking elected office after Trump’s administration.
Mary Trump thinks the President is drawn to Vladimir Putin because the Russian leader is like his father. Donald Trump’s niece suggested he was primed to seek out people like Putin.
Mary Trump spoke to MSNBC’s Joy Reid on Wednesday about her uncle’s relationship with strongmen like the Russian president. She drew parallels to her grandfather, Fred Trump Sr.
During the past few days I heard a lot about the N word. Unsurprisingly, Mary Trump acknowledged that was a word her uncle, the sitting president, used over the years.
Earlier on the day when Rachel Maddow interviewed Ms. Trump, I had the honor of conversing with Rodney Hurst, who, at age sixteen, organized a protest in Jacksonville, Florida that led to a day we know now as Axe Handle Saturday. That was in 1960. When I asked Mr. Hurst what white people could do to give Black people meaningful support today, he said several things, which I’ll get into shortly. He did say, importantly, that he wishes white people would stop using the “N” word and other slurs.
President Donald Trump referred to himself as the “ultimate member of The Book of the Month Club” in his first official response to Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man, a book by his niece, Mary Trump, that is already topping the bestseller lists.
“First I have lowlife dummy John Bolton, a war mongering fool, violating the law (he released massive amounts of Classified Information) and an NDA in order to build badly needed credibility and make a few dollars, which will all end up going to the government anyway,” he wrote, referencing his former national security adviser whose own book about his time in the White House has garnered plenty of headlines.
He then went after his niece, writing, “Next up is Mary Trump, a seldom seen niece who knows little about me, says untruthful things about my wonderful parents (who couldn’t stand her!) and me, and violated her NDA. She also broke the Law by givng [sic] out my Tax Returns.”
He added: “She’s a mess! Many books have been written about me, some good, some bad. Both happily and sadly, there will be more to come!”
I am the ultimate member of The Book of the Month Club. First I have lowlife dummy John Bolton, a war mongering fool, violating the law (he released massive amounts of Classified Information) and an NDA in order to build badly needed credibility and make a few dollars, which
Mary Trump told MSNBC's Rachel Maddow that she heard Trump use the N-word and anti-Semitic slurs, which isn't surprising given that he's a racist.
Mary Trump's book about uncle Donald and the Trump family has sold a publisher record 950,000 copies on its first day.
Mary Trump has claimed that members of her family commonly used racist slurs when she was growing up. She says this is partly to blame for Donald Trump’s own racism.
The President’s niece, who has written a book, Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man, gave an interview to The Washington Post on Wednesday.
Trump said her uncle is “clearly racist” and that it stems in part from the Trump family’s regular use of racist slurs.
“It comes easily to him and he thinks it’s going to score him points with the only people who are continuing to support him,” she said.
She said her family had “a knee-jerk anti-Semitism, a knee-jerk racism.”
“Growing up, it was sort of normal to hear them use the n-word or use anti-Semitic expressions,” Mary Trump said.
“Homophobia was never an issue because nobody ever talked about gay people, well, until my grandmother called Elton John [a slur],” said Trump, who is gay.
Trump believes the U.S. government has become a “macro version of my incredibly dysfunctional family.”
President Trump has “an unerring instinct for finding people who are weaker than he is” but he’s also “eminently usable by people who are stronger and savvier than he is,” she said.