Mary Trump Reveals Election-Altering Secrets During New TV Interview


The president’s niece, Mary Trump, officially released her new controversial book “Too Much and Never Enough” on Tuesday. It immediately sold 950,000 copies by the end of its first day of sales. The figure is a new record for Simon & Schuster.

In her book, Mary Trump divulges racism and anti-Semitism in the family. In an interview with Rachel Maddow on Thursday afternoon, she admitted that Trump used the N-word and anti-Semitic slurs saying “yes” when asked about both.

The interview is set to air on MSNBC on Thursday night. According to The Washington Post:

‘Mary Trump, 55, has long been estranged from her family following a dispute over inheritance, among other things, and is hardly a Donald Trump supporter.’

Mary Trump feels like her book has been released in a timely way to affect the election. She said:

I’d seen enough in the last few years to know that no one thing is going to make a bit of difference. This is going to be — using the expression loosely — death by a thousand lashes, right, and maybe in this case it’s going take a million lashes, so it’s more about adding to the record of egregious things that have happened and for which there has been no accountability.’

She went on to say:

‘But more than that, I also felt a responsibility to make sure that people are as informed as possible when November comes, because I do not believe that was the case in 2016 at all.’

White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said Thursday:

‘This is a book of falsehoods, plain and simple.’

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