Trump says cousin Mary was ‘not a family favorite’ after dropping her book as ‘stupid’ and ‘vicious’
Donald Trump again slapped Mary’s cousin, this time she called her to tell the whole book about their family being ‘stupid and mean’.
The president said Chris Wallace, presenter of Fox News Sunday that she was not a “family favorite” and that he and his loved ones “did not have much respect or love for her.”
His scathing attack comes after the release of Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the Most Dangerous Man in which Mary Trump, a trained psychologist, said the president was “ child molested ‘at the hands of his father.’ ‘
Mary Trump says “love didn’t mean anything” to Fred Trump Sr and he just wanted obedience, which the president was forced to give him.
Donald’s mother fell ill when he was two years old, making him “completely dependent on a caregiver (Fred Sr) who also caused him terror,” writes Mary.
But on Sunday, Trump hit back and said, “My dad liked to win. My father was a very good man. He was a strong man. ‘
The president told Fox News presenter Chris Wallace that she was not a “family favorite” and that he and his loved ones “did not have much respect or sympathy for her.”
His scathing onslaught comes after the release of Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the Most Dangerous Man in which Mary Trump, an educated psychologist, said the president was subjected to ‘child abuse’ at the hands of his father. ‘
Concluding on Mary, the daughter of his oldest brother Fred Trump, who died in 1981 of complications from alcoholism, he added, ‘I never said that, except she’s writing a book so stupid and so mean and it is a lie.
He admitted that it “hurts” that his family is “attacked” and said, “My father was a wonderful, wonderful man.
“It hurts me more to attack my father, not to be nice to my mother. I have a mother who was like a saint. She was incredible. She was a wonderful woman and she [Mary Trump] was mean even to my mother.
“She is [Mary] a very scarred person. She was not such a family person. ‘
After admitting that his father was “hard on all children,” he said that his niece was “not a person I spent a lot of time with,” adding that he is now “happy” with that fact.
He added, “It was a shame for her to say – I think the word she used was psychopath. She should be ashamed of herself. That book is a lie. ‘
The president has already called Mary a “mess”, claiming that his parents couldn’t stand her, while also accusing her of breaking the law.
He tweeted Friday night, calling her “a rarely seen niece who knows little about me” and adding that she says “untrue things about my wonderful parents (who couldn’t stand her!) And violated me, and her NDA.”
Donald Trump added, “She also broke the law by issuing my tax returns. She’s a mess! ‘
On Sunday, the President hit back and said, “My father was a very good man.” The president is depicted with his siblings from left to right: Robert, Elizabeth, Freddy, Donald and Maryanne
Donald Trump, ex-wife Ivana Trump and parents Mary and Fred Trump pictured in 1987
onald Trump, Fred Trump, Blaine Trump and Robert Trump depicted in an undated handout. After admitting that his father was “hard on all children,” the president said that his cousin “was not a person I spent a lot of time with,” adding that he is now “happy” with that fact.
Mary Trump responded shortly afterwards to the tweet that tweeted ‘5.23 million v. 5.11 million’, a dig of her uncle’s fascination with TV viewing.
The number involved reported views from the Mary interview with MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow on Thursday versus the reported views of the President’s City Hall with Fox News’ Sean Hannity in June.
She added the hashtag #seldomseen.
Thursday, it was revealed that Mary L. Trump’s scathing memoir about her uncle has sold nearly a million copies of pre-orders only.
Publisher Simon & Schuster revealed that the book, called ‘Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man’, sold a corporate record of 950,000 copies in combined print, digital and audio editions from the date of sale, earlier this week.
Simon & Schuster were also the publishers of John Bolton’s ‘The Room Where It Happened’, which sold nearly 800,000 copies in the first week of the month last month.
Trump and his allies had tried to prevent both books from being released, because Bolton had revealed classified information and Mary Trump had violated a nondisclosure agreement.
In any event, judges refused strike requests.
The president has already called Mary a “mess” and claimed that his parents couldn’t stand her
Publisher Simon & Schuster revealed that the book, called ‘Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man’, sold a corporate record of 950,000 copies in combined print, digital and audio editions from the date of sale, earlier this week
In her book, Mary Trump claims that she heard her uncle use the n-word and anti-Semitic insults and that the family was casually intolerant during her childhood.
The White House has called Mary’s claims “a book of lies,” adding, “The President doesn’t use those words.”
Mary described what her family was doing as “shocking anti-Semitism, shocking racism.”
“Homophobia was never a problem because no one ever talked about gay people, well, until my grandmother called Elton John” an anti-gay insult, “she said. The Washington Post.
In the book, she describes her grandmother Mary who called the choice to have John sing at Princess Diana’s funeral “a disgrace” and said he was a “little” blot on six letters.
She said this led to her decision not to come to her family.
Mary Trump was secretly engaged to a woman, but had to reverse her marriage because her grandfather, Fred Trump Sr., died.
Trump also discussed the corona virus ‘disappearing’ with Fox host Chris Wallace on Sunday
In another explosive section of the book, in which she describes the President as unsuitable for office, Mary Trump writes that her uncle paid a friend named Joe Shapiro to take his SATs for him to take to the famous Wharton. University of Pennsylvania School could go Business.
Ex-tennis star Pam Shriver, the widow of Trump friend Joe Shapiro from Penn, said last week that her husband never met the future president until they attended business school together – so he couldn’t have taken President Trump’s SATS.
Mary also described President Trump’s campaign in the book several times as racist.
“He took advantage of a certain bigotry and outburst of anger that he’s always been good at,” she wrote, noting the 1989 New York Times ad that knocked out the president and demanded that Central Park Five – a group of five black suspects who were acquitted of assault and rape are being executed.
Trump also discussed the coronavirus ‘disappearing’ with Fox host Chris Wallace on Sunday and was investigating whether he will be a painful loser if Joe Biden win the presidency in November.
The President questioned the Democratic candidate’s supposed mental state and bragged about the results of his own cognitive test.