Mary Trump went on MSNBC Tuesday to beat up her own cousins Donald Jr. and Ivanka Trump, claiming that their political careers were "completely over".
Mary Trump attacks her cousins
"How does all of this affect Donald Trump Jr. and Ivanka's dreams of being President Trump, the Kennedys of the Right? How will that affect them?" asked host Dean Obeidallah.
"I think it's over. I think it's completely over," replied Mary. "You have to thank your father for that. The uprising was a bridge too far, Donny must be completely involved in it, and if there is justice , he will also be charged at some point. "
"You know, we have all of this information that Ivanka and Jared, supposedly federal government employees, have made over $ 600 million in grabs over the past few years," she added.
"So I think the fact that they believe they have a chance to turn the corner or rehabilitate their prospects is just insane," said Mary.
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Mary talks about Kevin McCarthy
Mary was later asked if the minority leader of the House, Kevin McCarthy, would travel to Florida to meet with former President Donald Trump.
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"Kevin McCarthy, the leader of the house minority, flew down to kiss Donald Trump's ring in Mar-a-Lago, which was outrageous given the proximity to the uprising," Obeidallah said. "Do you think they are really using Trump as a fundraising tool?"
"Yeah, I hear people say they're afraid of him all the time," replied Mary. "No, they are not, you know, they totally agree with him. They are him. They are all on the same page here."
"They are just thrilled that someone like Donald came along who was ready to shove the envelope and break norms and get them anything they wanted, whatever they were, I don't know, unimaginative to pursue "she continued. “I think people always use Donald. That's all it's good for. So yes, absolutely. "
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This piece was written by James Samson on February 9th, 2021. It originally appeared in LifeZette and is used with permission.
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