Mary Trump is a clinical psychologist and writer, and also the niece of Donald Trump, who is not particularly fond of. In her last interview for CNN, she has assured that her uncle has been defrauding taxes for “decades”, in relation to the investigations that hang over the already former president of the United States.
“In the first place, he has never made money,” Mary Trump explained to the chain, “and every penny he has was actually my grandfather’s initially. Second, it will be shown that he did not give anything to charitable causes, and most likely it’s that he has been committing tax fraud for decades. “
For her, it is a “great victory” that the Supreme Court has agreed to the tax returns of the tycoon, but not so that this has not happened “a long time ago”. “Donald has been doing it for decades,” Mary Trump insists, “and it’s about time the American people had access to exactly what has been happening and is likely to continue to happen.”
“Narcissist without principles”
In 2020, Mary Trump published a book about her uncle, with the revealing title of ‘Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man’ (‘Too Much, But Never Enough: How My Family Created the Most Dangerous Man of the world’). On the pages of it, she calls him “an unprincipled narcissist.”
In the work, which went on sale on July 14 in the United States – a month later it arrived in Spain – the author, as a psychologist, maintains that “Donald’s pathologies are so complex and his behaviors are often so inexplicable that arriving at an accurate and complete diagnosis would require a long series of tests that you will never sit down to do. “
The book also renders Trump incapable if it weren’t for family inheritance. “There is no way of knowing – maintains his niece – if without that money he would prosper or even if he would survive in the real world.”
Mary Trump has no relationship with the former president’s family for years. She is the daughter of Fred, Trump’s older brother, who failed in his attempt to take over the extensive real estate businesses of the family patriarch and ended up dying at the age of 42 from an illness related to alcohol abuse.
Donald belittled Fred for years, The New York Times recently reported, and poked fun at his drinking problem.