President Donald Trump’s niece, Mary Trump, who was cut from the family’s fortune by her grandfather and visited the White House as recently at 2017, is making the rounds to promote her book trashing her uncle as being “unfit for office.” In an interview with tax payer-funded National Public Radio, she said preventing his reelection is a “life and death” matter.
“In the book, Mary Trump describes how her grandfather’s relentless business ambition was passed down to Donald Trump,” NPR reported on its interview with Mary Trump, whose privileged life as a member of the Trump family is well-documented:
“Honest work was never demanded of him, and no matter how badly he failed, he was rewarded in ways that are almost unfathomable. He continues to be protected from his own disasters in the White House,” she writes in the tell-all.
“But now the stakes are far higher than they’ve ever been before; they are literally life and death. Unlike any previous time in his life, Donald’s failings cannot be hidden or ignored because they threaten us all,” Mary Trump said.
Mary Trump, who supported Hillary Clinton in 2016 and said she will vote for Joe Biden this election cycle, also offered her opinion of the president’s mental fitness in the NPR report.
“If you’re in a room with him for two minutes and you’re paying attention, you know that he’s not doing well,” she said. “Psychologically, he’s absolutely unfit. Emotionally, psychologically, he is absolutely unfit.”
But as her book, Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man, flies off of bookstore shelves, some of the story she told is getting scrutiny.
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