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Trump’s sister thought he was too stupid to get elected: Mary Trump tell-all

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President Donald Trump’s sister, former Judge Maryanne Trump Barry thought that her brother wasn’t good enough or smart enough to be elected in 2016.

According to Mary Trump’s new tell-all book, Judge Trump told her niece during a 2015 lunch, “He’s a clown — this will never happen,” Law & Crime quoted the book.

Mary Trump recalled that she and her aunt frequently dined together, and the judge frequently spoke of her brother in unflattering ways. Other than being a “clown,” the judge said that he couldn’t be elected to the presidency because he has “no principles” on which he would be elected.

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“The only time Donald went to church was when the cameras were there,” Barry is quoted saying in the book. “It’s mind-boggling. But that’s all about his base. He has no principles. None!”

Barry, a devout Catholic, also unleashed on the evangelical community for supporting Trump, who has never been a person of faith, much less read the Bible.

“What the f*ck is wrong with them?” she exclaimed, according to the book.

Mary Trump’s exposé on her family will be available on July 14.


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