Trump’s niece Mary toasts to uncle losing election after saying he belongs in jail

MARY Trump trolled her estranged uncle Donald Trump after news outlets called a Joe Biden victory in the 2020 US Presidential Election.

Mary Trump, who has long been critical of her powerful uncle, posted a picture to Twitter with the caption: “To America. Thanks, guys.”



Donald Trump’s 55-year-old niece wore a Biden-Harris campaign hat and a big smile as she held up a full glass of champagne in celebration for the toast while at the beach.

In another post, she wrote: “Overwhelmed. Grateful. Relieved. We did it.”

Mary Trump, earlier on Saturday, posted that the president would have had a “temper tantrum” as the result of the election, no matter who was declared the winner.

On Thursday, Mary Trump responded to reports that Donald Trump would run for president again in 2024 if he lost the election.




"I honestly think that's a face-saving ploy. It's so absurd that he actually thinks he's gonna be able to run a campaign from prison,” Mary Trump said on The Dean Obeidallah Show.

She continued: "Maybe he could. I don't know."

In August, Mary Trump shockingly attacked her cousin Ivanka and her siblings “who have never been independent of him.”

"They also understand that in my family, money and power are the only currencies. And she seems quite determined to get as much as she can out of her association with her father,” She said on MSNBC.

She added: “"But just because she speaks more softly and in a more moderate tone, it doesn’t mean that her lies aren't equally vicious and don’t need to be equally defended against."

The president launched a Twitter attack against his niece earlier this year, claiming she was “rightfully shunned and mocked her entire life” by the family.

Donald Trump took to social media after Mary Trump revealed his own sister, Maryanne, had called him "cheap" in her explosive tell-all book Too Much and Never Enough.

He branded Mary Trump, who works as a psychologist, "unstable" in his Twitter post: "About the only way a person is able to write a book on me is if they agree it will contain as much bad "stuff" as possible, much of which is lies.

Mary Trump, whose book overcame attempts to block publication, has previously described her uncle's leadership as "dangerous" and said he is “utterly incapable of leading this country.”

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