Mary Trump, daughter of Fred Trump and niece to President Donald Trump, has recently released a “tell-all” book about the President and his extended family.
Mary, who says she is a psychologist, uses the book to trash the President’s competence and casts him as a genuine psychopath….or narcissist…or sociopath…one of those.
However, the President’s son, Eric, has something to say about her:
It's very telling when one rogue niece seems to know the truth about the President that nobody else seems to be aware of.
I can spare you the pain of reading through excerpts in her book and tell you the following:
Mary Trump has TDS.
One of her major claims in the book is that the Donald has a habit of manipulation and even paid someone to take his SATs.
That man is dead, but his wife believes such a thing would have ever taken place:
From Business Insider:
The man Trump is accused of paying to take his SAT exam died in 1999, but his widow denied that he would have helped cheat the system
In her new book, Mary Trump, President Donald Trump's niece, says her uncle cheated his way into the Wharton School by paying a friend, Joe Shapiro, to take his SAT for him.
Shapiro's widow, the tennis legend Pam Shriver, called that claim into question in a recorded statement released on Wednesday.
While she did not refute the claim, Shriver said she was always told that her husband met Donald Trump after Trump started at Wharton.
Shriver also said Shapiro was "a man of great integrity" and "honesty."
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In her new book, Mary Trump, President Donald Trump's niece, accused him of cheating his way into the prestigious Wharton School by paying a "close friend" named Joe Shapiro to take his SAT for him.
But the widow of a man with the same name who was friends with Donald Trump called that claim into question on Wednesday.
The tennis legend Pam Shriver said that her first husband, who died in 1999, was a college friend of Trump's and that they kept in touch over the years.
While Shriver did not refute Mary Trump's account, she said she was always told that her husband met Donald Trump after Trump had already started at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.
Shriver also described her first husband as "a man of great integrity" and "honesty."
"Obviously Joe's not here to defend himself and to state what happened, but I just want to recollect what he told me about where he met Mr. Trump," Shriver said in a recorded statement posted on Twitter.
Shriver said she spoke out after talking with Shapiro's close friends and his sister about the incident.
Someone with this much insight must be a fixture at Trump family gatherings, right?
Well, Donald Trump Jr. says he probably hasn't seen her in 20 years:
Mary Trump calls the President a "monster."
But according toThe Daily Mail, she may have liked him enough in 2017 to smile for the camera in the Oval Office:
It may surprise readers of her book, which paints a dark portrait of the Trump family and says that the President's father Fred Sr neglected him so much it amounted to 'child abuse'.
The psychological damage was such that Donald became a sociopath, a narcissist and a threat to the entire country, according to Mary.
But despite all these misgivings - Mary tweeted in 2016 the election was the 'worst night of my life' - she accepted the invitation to visit her uncle in the White House.
The image shows a photo of Mary’s grandfather on the shelf behind her - a man she professes to despise as well. The picture was taken in April 2017 when Mary visited the White House to celebrate the 80th birthday of her aunt Maryanne, a year after her uncle took office+12
The image shows a photo of Mary's grandfather on the shelf behind her - a man she professes to despise as well. The picture was taken in April 2017 when Mary visited the White House to celebrate the 80th birthday of her aunt Maryanne, a year after her uncle took office
She put aside the 20-year grudge with the Trumps that dates back to 1999 when they stated in court papers that she was already a multi-millionaire thanks to payments from the family's real estate fortune.
The April 2017 trip included a free night at the Trump International Hotel in Washington, where basic rooms cost around $300 a night.
In Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World's Most Dangerous Man, Mary describes walking past paintings of former First Ladies inside the building on her way to meet the President.
She stopped at one of Hillary Clinton and silently thought to herself 'how this could have happened?'
The whole Trump family was there including Donald's son Eric, who didn't recognize Mary because they hadn't seen each other since he was in high school.
Mary says they all posed for photos in the Oval Office, including Mary who mugged up for one behind the Resolute Desk.
If Donald Trump was such a menace, why wasn't Mary Trump sounding the alarm 4 years ago?
Who didn't she raise the alarm 3 years ago?
Probably because she's sensationalizing her family ties to further a political agenda, and make a few bucks in the process.