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President Trump's niece opens up about the family dynamics

Mary Trump, president Trump's niece, admits being against her uncle. During an interview with journalist George Stephanopoulos the author of the revealing book "Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man" opened up about her family. Check out the interview below.

By  Charles Lorenz
  • Mary Trump says the 2016 election night was "the worst" in her life. 
  • She had tweeted back then that she was upset about the election.
  • Mary visited the White House in 2017 where she saw an already tired and strained Donald Trump.

Mary says she hadn't felt part of the family for years, until her cousin Ivanka's wedding when she started bonding with her aunt Maryanne -Donald Trump's sister, who had served as a judge for the U.S. Court of Appeals. Mary later was invited to Maryanne's birthday at the White House. "It was the first time I had felt part of the family since I was a kid, and somehow it was very easy for me to put aside all of the things that had happened previous to that. When I got invited to her birthday party I felt that I should — I should go," she said in ABC's interview with Stephanopoulos.

Mary Trump speaks out about her uncle Donald Trump

During her visit to the White House Mary told her uncle not to let people get him down, to which he responded 'They won’t get me,' and  Mary later said during her ABC interview "so far looks like he’s right." Mary's own family threatened her legally but the author decided she wanted to speak out anyways. She consideres her uncle a danger to the country. Today, as opposed to the year 2017, Mary would ask her uncle to resign. " He is incompetent and a dangerous leader for the country" said Mary in her interview.

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