Mary Trump Drops Bombshell Exposes Trump’s ‘Lies’ About His Net Worth

by Jessica
Mary Trump

Former President Donald Trump, who is facing multiple legal challenges, received a temporary relief on Tuesday as the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to hear his claim of presidential immunity to the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol Hill riot, as reported by Benzinga on Thursday, February 29, 2024.

However, his niece Mary Trump, a vocal critic of her uncle, said that this decision would not help him much in the long run.

Mary Trump, a psychologist and the author of the best-selling book “Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man”, said that the Supreme Court should not have taken the case at all, as it would only delayed the accountability that her uncle deserves.

She said that the case would not affect the two criminal state cases that Donald Trump faces, one in New York for allegedly falsifying business records and tax returns, and one in Georgia for election interference.

She added that some of the charges in the Georgia case carry mandatory prison sentences, which could put Donald Trump behind bars.

“Despite this horrible decision, in the last 24 hours, the MAGA movement was pummeled by relentless bad news,” Mary Trump said in an interview with CNN, referring to the Supreme Court’s move.

She pointed out that Donald Trump’s lawyers admitted to the New York Appellate court that he could only post a $100 million bond in the civil fraud case brought by the New York attorney general, who accused him of inflating the value of his assets to obtain loans and tax benefits.

She said that the verdict of the case, which ordered Donald Trump to pay $454 million in damages, made it impossible for him to secure a bond for the full amount.

“For someone who spent his entire life telling lies about his net worth and the amount of cash he has on hand, his lawyer’s claim was an embarrassing admission for him,” she said.

She also said that the state Appellate Judge Anil Singh denied his request to lower the bond amount, leaving him with no other option but to post a bond covering the full amount of the judgment, plus interest.

She said that Donald Trump still had until mid-March to appeal Singh’s decision, “as long as he can come up with the cash.”

She further said that the ban on Donald Trump’s ability to obtain loans from a New York bank, which was imposed after the Capitol Hill riot, was lifted by a federal judge.

However, she expressed doubts about whether any bank would be willing to lend money to the beleaguered former president, who has a history of defaulting on his debts and is facing multiple lawsuits and investigations.

Mary Trump also noted that the supporters of Donald Trump, who often question the mental and physical fitness of President Joe Biden, may not like what Biden’s doctor said after his annual physical examination.

She said that Dr. Kevin O’Connor, who is Biden’s longtime physician and the director of executive medicine at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, said that the president is “fit for duty” following his third presidential physical examination, according to the New York Times.

She said that the doctor reported that the president had undergone an “extremely detailed” neurological exam that did not reveal any evidence of stroke, neurological disorders, or Parkinson’s disease.

She said that the Times report did not clarify whether the examination included “common tests for assessing cognitive decline or detecting signs of dementia that are often recommended for older adults.”

She said that one of the major concerns that voters express about Biden is his age and mental ability to discharge the duties as president.

She said that his supporters, however, argue that Donald Trump is not much younger either and that he has shown signs of cognitive impairment and erratic behavior.

She said that Biden trails Donald Trump by a narrow margin in hypothetical matchups, according to multiple nationwide polls.

She concluded by saying that the MAGA movement, which is still loyal to Donald Trump despite his defeat in the 2020 election and his role in inciting the Capitol Hill riot, is facing a bleak future as the former president struggles with his legal woes and his diminished influence.


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