More recordings of President Donald Trump’s sister Maryanne Trump Barry slamming him were released. President Trump’s niece Mary Trump shared some of the recordings which she had made on MSNBC. Who doesn’t want to be a fly on the wall at the next Trump family gathering?
Mary Trump has been the most vocal critic of the President from within the Trump family. In fact, she is the only Trump to publicly criticize him.
To say that the first sister Maryanne Trump Barry does not respect her brother and his children would be an understatement. The recordings seem tso confirm what Mary Trump, a psychologist, said about her uncle in her recently released book “Too Much and Never Enough.”
On first daughter and senior White House staffer Ivanka Trump, who was mocked by talk show host and comedian Smantha Bee for her cluelesness at the time of roundups of immigrant families, Maryanne Trump Barry said: “When that damn Ivanka puts this picture of the Madonna and child on Instagram when the big news of the day was how kids are being ripped from their families.”
On Samantha Bee herself she said, “I couldn’t blame – I’d never heard of Samantha Bee before. I couldn’t blame what she said.”
On Nephew Eric Trump:
“Meanwhile, Eric’s become the moron publicly. Ivanka gives a s—. She’s all about her.”
Mary Trump responded, “Yeah, she’s a mini-Donald.”
Then Maryanne Barry Trump said in response, “She’s a mini-Donald, but yet he’s besotted with her. He always has been. She’s always been his favorite.”
On Donald Trump’s selfishness:
“And then you get Donald who won’t do anything for anybody unless it’s going to inure to his —I mean, he won’t do any — publicly.”
“I mean, if you — anything he did, he says, ‘Look what I’ve done. Aren’t I wonderful?’ And he’s as tight as a duck’s a**. Just like dad was, really,’ she added.
Who knows what, if any, affect these revelations will have on Donald Trump’s voters. His corps supporters probably won’t care. It’s the middle ground in the country that former Vice president Joe Biden needs to be concerned with.
Hillary Clinton won the popular vote in 2016 by three percentage points, but she lost in the Electoral College. So Joe Biden only needs to flip a few thousand votes – or inspire more people to vote for him – in the three key swing states of Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Minnesota. Losing all three by only a few thousand votes is what cost Hillary Clinton the Presidency.