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Donald Trump humiliation: Ex-POTUS' niece Mary Trump says she wants to change her last name to distance herself
Among the most vocal critics of now-former President Donald Trump is his own niece Mary Trump. Ms. Trump recently said she wants to change her last name in order to further break from her uncle.
Speaking to The Telegraph, Ms. Trump discussed the impact her uncle has done on the country especially since the riots at the Capitol by a pro-Trump mob last January 6. Mary, a clinical psychologist, and daughter of Trump’s older brother Fred Trump Jr. said that the negative connotations towards her last name could also impact her future. She noted that she is prepared to change her last name if necessary.
“The damage Donald has done to this country is incalculable,” said Ms. Trump, who wrote a scathing tell-all memoir about the former president that became a bestseller. “We’re just waiting to find out how much is irreparable.”
In another interview, Mary revealed that her uncle’s last day in office on inauguration day of Joe Biden was “the worst day of his life,” and that his final remarks as president appeared to sound like a threat. Ms. Trump added that it was similar to the speech he made following the insurrection at the Capitol that led to his impeachment by the House. Mary also said that Trump may attempt to do everything he could to reframe the narrative that surrounds his legacy as president.
Mary also addressed the speculations of a divorce that may happen between her uncle and former first lady Melania Trump. Ms. Trump said that while Melania may choose to stay with him, her uncle is someone who does not understand “affection or intimacy.”
Meanwhile, as Trump is bound for a trial before the Senate, the Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz announced that they will also open an investigation into the former president. Horowitz said through a statement that they will launch an investigation from the reports of Trump’s attempt to overturn the election by installing loyalists.
The report revealed that in an attempt to overturn the election results through the Justice Department, Trump planned to fire acting attorney general Jeffrey Rosen and replace him with loyalist Jeffrey Clark. However, the plan fell through as Justice Department officials threatened to mass resign should Rosen be dismissed. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer has since demanded an investigation be done, citing “attempted sedition.”