Mary Trump Says Her Uncle, Donald Trump, Paid Someone to Take His SATs, His Sister Maryanne Did His Homework
Mary Trump writes in her new memoir “Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man” that her uncle, President Donald Trump, paid someone to take his SATs in order to get into the University of Pennsylvania’s prestigious Wharton business school, reports the New York Times.
Donald has often bragged that Wharton business school is “the best school in the world” and “super genius stuff.”
Donald has tried to block the publication of Mary’s book in court, but a judge refused to stop publisher Simon & Schuster from releasing it, noted the New York Times.
The Chicago Sun-Times reports that Mary, who has a PhD in clinical psychology, wrote that Fred Trump — the president’s father — “short-circuited Donald’s ability to develop and experience the entire spectrum of human emotion.”
Mary claims that Donald’s sister Maryanne did his homework for him when he was at Fordham University, and that Maryanne joked when Donald ran for president: “He’s a clown.”
Mary also noted that evangelicals are repeating the lies she has heard all of her life: “To this day, the lies, misrepresentations, and fabrications that are the sum total of who my uncle is are perpetuated by the Republican Party and white evangelical Christians.”
Mary wrote that the “media failed to notice that not one member of Donald’s family, apart from his children, his son-in-law and his current wife said a word of support of him during the entire campaign.”