Greedy Mary Trump Once Sued Her Dead Grandfather’s Estate for More Money After His Death
Mary Trump, the niece of President Donald Trump, is in the press badmouthing her uncle, slamming his supposed lack of personal character for the fake news to sell her new book.
“Donald’s penchant for division, and uncertainty about our country’s future have created a perfect storm of catastrophes that no one is less equipped than my uncle to manage,” she wrote in her new book, Too Much and Never Enough, How My Family Created The World’s Most Dangerous Man.
“The atmosphere of division my grandfather created in the Trump family is the water in which Donald has always swum, and division continues to benefit him at the expense of everybody else. It’s wearing the country down, just as it did my father, changing us even as it leaves Donald unaltered,” she wrote, tossing her own family to the wolves for cash. “It’s weakening our ability to be kind or believe in forgiveness, concepts that have never had any meaning for him.”
“His egregious and arguably intentional mishandling of the current catastrophe has led to a level of pushback and scrutiny that he’s never experienced before, increasing his belligerence and need for petty revenge as he withholds vital funding, personal protective equipment, and ventilators that your tax dollars have paid for from states whose governors don’t kiss his ass sufficiently,” Mary Trump wrote.
However, Mary Trump has a long-standing vendetta with many of her family members, particularly Donald, caused over a lawsuit she filed against the estate of late Trump family patriarch, Fred Sr. She sued her own family to get her hands on more of the family wealth despite what was written in Fred Sr.’s will.
“Given this family, it would be utterly naive to say it has nothing to do with money. But for both me and my brother, it has much more to do with that our father [Fred Jr.] be recognized,” Mary Trump said about her lawsuit against the family at the time.
Fred Jr., the President’s older brother, died of alcoholism at the age of 42 and was seen as a disappointment to his father because of his personal problems. His children, Fred III and Mary, feel they did not get what they were entitled to in Fred Sr.’s will as a result. This is what spurred a messy legal battle and caused the vendetta to form that has lasted ever since.
“My aunt and uncles should be ashamed of themselves,” Mary Trump said. “I’m sure they are not.”
Mary Trump is the latest fly-by-night grifter scoring a cheap buck from the industry caused by Trump derangement syndrome. In weeks, her book will be forgotten, and she will have only the 30 pieces of silver she received to sell her family out to show for it.