Mary Trump spoke out this week to say that she would like to see her uncle, former President Donald Trump, in jail.
“If he goes down because of his taxes, Al Capone-style, I’m all for it,” she told The Daily Beast. “And if it’s bad enough, which it’s going to be, I think his ability to stay out of jail decreases significantly.”
Not stopping there, Mary went so far as to compare her cousins, Ivanka and Donald Trump Jr., to convicted sex offenders Harvey Weinstein and the late Jeffrey Epstein, claiming that they “paid off” a prosecutor to avoid problems related to the Trump SoHo hotel in New York.
“I want to remind people it’s not just Epstein and Weinstein. It’s Ivanka and one of the other ones — I can’t remember,” she said.
“Junior,” someone else interjected, to which Mary replied, “That makes sense.”
“They allegedly committed fraud by over-representing the percentage of units sold in … Trump SoHo, and [Manhattan District Attorney] Cy Vance got paid off to look the other way,” Mary continued, saying that she thinks the incident “could have made a difference” in the 2016 presidential election, saying, “I think that was in 2015.”
Mary turned on her family last year when she published a negative book about her uncle called “Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man.” On top of that, she also leaked some of the family’s financial documents to The New York Times.
This comes weeks after Mary declared the political careers of her cousins to be “completely over.”
“How do you think this all affects Donald Trump Jr.’s and Ivanka’s dreams of being President Trump, the Kennedys of the Right, how do you think it’s going to impact them?” Mary was asked in an interview.
“I think it’s over. I think it’s completely over,” Mary replied. “They have their father to thank for that. The insurrection was a bridge too far, Donny for sure is totally implicated in it, and if there’s any justice, he will be indicted at some point as well.”
“You know, we have all this information coming up that Ivanka and Jared allegedly, employees of the federal government, have made in excess of $600 million through their grift over the last couple of years,” she added.
“So I think that the fact that they think that there’s any chance for them to turn the corner or rehabilitate their prospects is just insane,” Mary said.