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Mary Trump writes: Psychiatrists know what’s wrong with my uncle. Let them tell voters.

"People need to stop treating Donald like he's normal, that he's going to abide by the rules, or care at all about behaving decently — he doesn't," Mary Trump says, discussing the upcoming presidential debate.

Mary Trump writes: Psychiatrists know what’s wrong with my uncle. Let them tell voters.

"People need to stop treating Donald like he's normal, that he's going to abide by the rules," Mary Trump says, discussing the upcoming presidential debate. "Donald does interrupting...because he knows that getting into a substantive policy discussion is disastrous for him."

“Don’t you think you should be accountable to the American people?” —Leslie Stahl to Mary Trump’s uncle.

"People need to stop treating Donald like he's normal, that he's going to abide by the rules, or care at all about behaving decently — he doesn't," Mary Trump says, discussing the upcoming presidential debate.

Books about Donald Trump by Mary Trump, his niece, John Bolton, his former national security adviser, and James Comey, an ex-head of the FBI, have all sold well in Britain

Together, Chrystia Freeland, Mary Ng, and Kirsten Hillman countered Trump’s claims that Canada was “taking advantage of us as usual,” and that Canada’s aluminum was a threat to national security, Stéphanie Fillion writes.

Mary L. Trump blames her Uncle's "criminal" coronavirus response for 200,000+ American deaths (The Dworkin Report)

Why the president needs rallies--affirmation. "In her recent book, Trump's niece said a harsh family upbringing had left him with a "fragile ego" that drives him toward the cheers of a crowd. "He knows he has never been loved," wrote Mary Trump, a clinical psychologist." CNN

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Mary Trump: “Donald is a very sick man. He’s never going to get better. He’s only going to get worse. And if it suits his purposes he will take this entire country down with him ... So please vote carefully.”

Mary Trump: “Donald is a very sick man. He’s never going to get better. He’s only going to get worse. And if it suits his purposes he will take this entire country down with him ... So please vote carefully.”

Maryanne Trump Barry, President Trump’s older sister and a former federal judge, described him as a liar who has “no principles” in a series of audio recordings provided by her niece, Mary Trump, to The Washington Post

“I’m talking too freely,” Maryanne Trump Barry, a former federal judge, said during 15 hours recorded in 2018 and 2019 by her niece, Mary L. Trump. The remarks are the most critical comments known to have been made about the president by a sibling.

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A NY judge has lifted the restraining order that barred Mary Trump from speaking publicly about her new book, per her attorney @BoutrousTed . He says the First Amendment "forbids prior restraints because they are intolerable infringements on the right to participate in democracy."

....will all end up going to the government anyway. 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 out my....

“I can die happy now with Trump Job performance,” stated Mary Matalin. “A great overall President, stunning!” Thank you Mary.

Mary Trump says Ivana and Donald gave her a three-pack of underwear for Christmas one year, and an obviously re-gifted basket of crackers, sardines and salami another year (with an imprint of a missing can of caviar in the cellophane wrapping)

EXCLUSIVE: The president’s niece Mary Trump is set to publish a tell-all this summer—and to reveal that she was a primary source for The New York Times’ investigation into Trump’s taxes.

Paging Joe Shapiro. On p. 72 of her new book, Mary Trump says Donald Trump paid Shapiro — “a smart kid with a reputation for being a good test taker” — to sit in for him during the SAT tests so he could get into Wharton. Donald “paid his buddy well,” Mary writes.

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