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Mary Trump asks the question so many have about her “f***ing maniac” uncle

Psychotherapist and writer Mary Trump posted a question about her uncle, Donald Trump, to X (formerly Twitter), that many others must be asking. Prompted by the explosion of violence in Israel this past weekend, Mary said, “This f*cking maniac likely gave Putin (who gave Iran, who gave Hamas) Israel’s national security secrets…”

“Plus, he divulged highly classified information about our nuclear subs to an Australian cardboard guy. Why is he still allowed to roam free?”

Palestinian militant group Hamas launched an unprecedented and bloody attack on Israel on Saturday. It saw hundreds killed and dozens kidnapped and taken back to Gaza. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu subsequently said his country was “at war.”

Fighting between Hamas and Israeli forces has continued since that time. Many more hundreds killed or injured on both sides of the Israel-Gaza border.

The initial attack by Hamas shocked the world. Many observers wondered how such a large, coordinated action could have been planned and missed by Israel’s intelligence agencies.

In her tweet, Mary shared a post Donald Trump made on Truth Social. In it, he compared the situation in Israel to the U.S.-Mexico border. He suggested that militants could be flowing into the US.

In subsequent postings, Donald Trump suggested he was the man to keep Israel safe.

“Small man, small condo”

Mary has been a consistent critic of her uncle since publishing her memoir: Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man.

In another tweet yesterday, she highlighted more apparent discrepancies highlighted in Uncle Donald’s ongoing case in New York.

Besides the federal charges relating to his financial accounts in New York, Trump also faces multiple charges for retaining, top-secret files after departing the White House. He is also facing RICO charges, along with allies, for allegedly attempting to overturn the 2020 election result in Georgia.

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