Donald Trump will be having ‘meltdowns upon meltdowns’ as he seeks revenge in his final days as president, niece claims

Donald Trump will be having ‘meltdowns upon meltdowns’ as he seeks revenge in his final days as president, niece claims

November 12, 2020

DONALD Trump will be having "meltdowns upon meltdowns" following his crushing election loss to Joe Biden, his niece Mary claims

This comes as the President is refusing to accept the result of the vote and has launched legal challenges in a number of battleground states.

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Mary Trump, 55, an outspoken critic of her famous uncle, believes the Republican, 77, will "lash out" between now and Biden's inauguration on January 20.

She told The Observer: "He’s not going to concede, although who cares.

"What’s worse is he’s not going to engage in the normal activities that guarantee a peaceful transition.

"He’ll be having meltdowns upon meltdowns right now. He has never been in a situation like this before.

"All he’s got now is breaking stuff, and he’s going to do that with a vengeance."

Mary – who claims Donald has “the most colossal and fragile ego on the planet" -says her uncle will use his last remaining weeks to wield executive powers and pardon people.

The New Yorker, the daughter of the president's brother Fred Trump Jnr, published a tell-all book this year titled “Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man.”

Mary, whose father died in 1981 aged 43 from alcoholism, claims Donald took away her family's health insurance when her grandfather Fred Snr died in 1999.

Donald's other brother Robert took legal action in a failed attempt to stop the book being released.

President Trump has responded to his neice's criticism by calling her "unstable".

When her memoir was released,he tweeted: "About the only way a person is able to write a book on me is if they agree it will contain as much bad ‘stuff' as possible, much of which is lies.”

Last week, Mary trolled her estranged uncle following his election defeat by tweeting a picture of herself wearing a Biden-Harris cap while holding a glass of champagne.

She captioned the photo: "To America. Thanks, guys.”

In another post, she wrote: “Overwhelmed. Grateful. Relieved. We did it.”

On Thursday, she responded to reports that Trump would run for president again in 2024.

She told The Dean Obeidallah Show: "I honestly think that's a face-saving ploy.

"It's so absurd that he actually thinks he's gonna be able to run a campaign from prison.

"Maybe he could. I don't know."



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