Mary Trump, President Trump’s niece, in an interview with NPR, said removing her uncle from office was a matter of “life and death,” giving the impression that her book is her noble contribution to save the country from Donald Trump when it is really a nakedly cynical attempt to make a buck at her uncle’s expense.
Mary Trump, who was disowned from the family fortune by her grandfather, is looking to trade on the name made famous by the very man she seeks to shame and discredit.
In the interview, she explained the importance of the 2020 election to her saying, “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.”
In her upcoming book, Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man, she alleged that the Trump family had a homophobia problem.
This flies in the face of the actions of President Trump’s administration which has been very friendly with the LGBT community. President Trump even appointed the first openly gay ambassador, Richard Grennell.
Mary Trump is another grifter like John Bolton, looking to make a fortune off of the politics of the 2020 election.
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