Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary Toward Uncle Donald

Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary Toward Uncle Donald July 8, 2020

Mary Trump’s book, Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man, which is about Donald Trump and the Trump family, is quite revealing and different from any anti-Donald Trump book written so far. She was there, a member of the family, who witnessed Uncle Donald and knows a lot more about him than those other trash-talking authors.

In fact, she reveals in this book that she was the source who informed The New York Times two years ago about Donald Trump cheating the federal and state governments on his tax returns, and The Times wrote an award-winning, investigative article about it. She even forwarded over to them 11 boxes of papers as evidence.

Tomorrow, the U.S. Supreme Court rules on this issue which affects either two of three federal and state investigations asking for Donald Trump’s income tax returns and possibly other financial information about him. That article claimed Donald Trump did money laundering with Russians, undervalued assets for tax purposes, and overvalued assets to get loans, all which can get people thrown in the slammer for perhaps life. Donald Trump should be shaking in his boots right now, waiting to see what the Supreme Court–loaded with two of his appointees–will rule tomorrow.

White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany said yesterday about Mary Trump’s book that it is “a book of falsehoods.” How does she know? Was she there? Or is she just spouting what her bossman told her to say. BTW, how many falsehoods do the fact checkers say Donald Trump has uttered in public or tweeted since being president?

And White House aide to President Trump, Kellyanne Conway said yesterday about it, “As for books generally, obviously they’re not fact-checked.” Oh, has she fact-checked her boss? And has she told us any results about that? She added, “Nobody’s under oath?” Oh, I’ll bet Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary, would gladly go before Congress under oath and tell her story. But Kellyanne’s boss was asked by Special Counsel Robert Mueller, who investigated President Trump and his people for two years regarding possible collusion with the Russians interfering in the 2016 presidential election in Trump’s favor, asked President Trump to answer questions under oath. And what was Trump’s response? Take a hike!

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