#Trump Family


Mary Trump doubles down on uncle Donald even as he sues her: ‘I should send him flowers for selling my book’

Donald Trump’s niece has ‘thanked’ him for “selling” her book amid his ongoing retaliation for a New York Times story about his tax returns.Mary Trump says her “favourite thing” about the former president suing her and the newspaper for its reporting is that it “extensively” used parts of her book, Too Much and Never Enough. in an interview with The Daily Beast’s podcast The New Normal, she told Molly Jong-Fast: “Probably my favourite thing about the suit is that he quotes the Times article extensively, which outlines all the awful things Donald had done, and then he quotes extensively...

Where Is Donald Trump Moving His Political Headquarters?

Before Donald Trump won the presidency in 2016, he was a true New Yorker. Born and raised in Queens, Trump made it pretty clear to everyone that for him, there was no place better on earth than the Big Apple — which was also the home of his condominium complex, Trump Tower, and Trump International headquarters. During a Republican debate with Ted Cruz in 2016, Trump shot back when the Texas senator attacked what he sarcastically called "New York values." Trump said at the time, "New York is a great place, it's got great people, it's got loving people, wonderful people. When the World Trade Center came down, I saw something that no place on earth could have handled more beautifully, more humanely than New York."

Judge Forces Top Trump Org Lieutenants to Turn Over Key Documents

As the dual civil and criminal New York investigations into the Trump Organization roll on, a New York state judge unsealed a court order on Friday giving Donald Trump’s company and some of his top lieutenants an ultimatum: Either turn over all the documents to comply with subpoenas from the New York Attorney General’s office, or you’ll have to pay for a third party to do it for you.

Mary Trump Hits Back at ‘Idiot’ Meghan McCain Over Twitter Snub

Mary Trump, the niece of former president Donald Trump, lashed out at Meghan McCain during her “Unpresidented” podcast interview this week. “So Meghan — because she’s an idiot — tweeted me and probably sold more books to me than anybody else, because Donald didn’t sue me this time around,” Trump said.

Trump Org. faces deadline to comply with NY attorney general subpoenas

NEW YORK — The Trump Organization faces an imminent court deadline to comply with subpoenas issued by New York Attorney General Letitia James nearly two years ago, a newly unsealed order reveals. Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Arthur Engoron wrote that President Donald Trump’s company must provide a report on Sept....

Mary Trump calls Donald Trump Jr. her 'stupidest' relative

Mary Trump is ripping Donald Trump Jr. in a new interview, just the latest example of her insulting another member of her famous family. Appearing on this week’s episode of the “UnPresidented” podcast, Mary Trump, a psychologist who has written a book critical of former President Trump , referred to her cousin Donald Trump Jr. as “weak” and “the stupidest one” in her family.
New York Post

Donald Trump sues NY Times, his niece for uncovered tax documents

Donald Trump filed a lawsuit Tuesday against his niece Mary Trump and the New York Times stemming from explosive news articles about the former president’s taxes and finances. Trump is seeking no less than $100 million in damages, accusing Mary of breaking a non-disclosure agreement by leaking his personal tax...
Vanity Fair

These Republican Candidates Believe Trump Won 2020. Now They Want to Control 2024

What if Brad Raffensperger had followed Donald Trump’s orders? As his bid to hang onto power following his election loss last year grew desperate, Trump urged the Georgia secretary of state to “find” enough votes to edge out Joe Biden. Raffensperger, a Republican, refused. Even so, Trump managed to bring democracy to the brink, eroding trust in the process with lies about “fraud” in Georgia and other swing states and instigating an attack on the United States Capitol. It’s hard to say how much worse the crisis may have been had Raffensperger and other election officials gone along with him. But we could soon find out.