“About the only way a person is able to write a book on me is if they agree that it will contain as much bad ‘stuff’ as possible, much of which is lies,” the president wrote.
In an interview with POLITICO shortly after the conclusion of the Republican National Convention, Mary Trump said she considered the four-day event “disturbing” and “law-breaking” and marked by a “breathtaking” torrent of lies.
“The extent to which every, almost every single participant in this convention was willing to lie, and knew they were lying, and didn’t care that pretty much everything they said was a lie, was breathtaking,” she said.
Last week, Mary Trump released secret recordings to the Washington Post that reportedly captured the president’s sister, Maryanne Trump Barry, disparaging her brother.
Mary Trump described her rationale behind sharing the recordings as a need to stop her uncle from being re-elected in November.
“Because we’re at this extraordinarily crucial point in this country’s history, and we need to do everything,” she said. “Everything has to be put on the table. Everything. And if I take…
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