Mary Trump rushes on TV to smear cousin Don Jr as ‘cowardly’ for texts to Mark Meadows

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Mary Trump, who has viciously gone after former President Donald Trump at every opportunity, has now cravenly gone after her cousin Donald Trump Jr. and his alleged texts over the Jan. 6 riot to then-White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, ironically calling him cowardly.

She sat down with MSNBC host Lawrence O’Donnell on Monday to do her favorite thing… bash the Trumps over unproven allegations that are taken out of context and twisted to fit a hateful, leftist narrative.

The segment began with a clip of committee chair Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-MS) attempting to claim history as a stage for the left’s imagined grievances against Trump and his cabinet while in office. He called out those individuals who are defying the Jan. 6 Committee’s overreach, saying, “If you are listening at home, Mr. Meadows, Mr. Bannon, Mr. Clark, I want you to know this… history will be written about these times. About the work this committee has undertaken. And history will not look upon any of you as martyrs. History will not look upon you as a victim. History will not dwell on your long list of privileged claims or your legal sleight of hand.”

Having set a dramatic, disingenuous political podium to bloviate from, MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell then brought on Mary Trump so she could vent just a bit more of her hatred for her family.

Reports note that Donald Trump Jr. is one of a number of conservative figures who pleaded with Meadows via text messages to make then-President Trump call off the unfolding riot on Jan. 6. The out-of-context messages were presented Monday by the House select committee investigating the incident.

“He’s got to condemn this sh*t ASAP. The Capitol Police tweet is not enough,” Trump Jr. reportedly wrote to Meadows.

“I’m pushing it hard,” Meadows texted in reply. “I agree.”

“We need an Oval Office address. He has to lead now,” Trump Jr. allegedly responded, “It has gone too far and gotten out of hand.”

O’Donnell, who was basically beaming and salivating over what he prays is the downfall of former President Trump, asked an eager Mary Trump why Trump Jr. had texted Meadows instead of his father.

“I wish that the answer you had given was the right one, caller ID,” she quipped. “But in this particular instance, it’s simply cowardice because Donny knew that the message he was delivering was the message his father did not want to hear.”

Then she went on to predict that her uncle would lash out over the development. She sneered that his inner circle had “become so small” there may not be anyone left for him to fire.

Mary Trump was far from alone in opportunistically savaging the former president. Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) was the one who read the text messages aloud during the hearing, taking great pleasure in them no doubt.

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She read the texts prior to the committee voting unanimously on Monday evening to recommend that the Department of Justice charge Meadows with criminal contempt of Congress for refusing to cooperate with the committee’s demands.

“Multiple Fox News hosts knew the President needed to act immediately,” proclaimed Cheney. “They texted Mr. Meadows and he has turned over those texts [to the committee].”

“Mark, the President needs to tell people in the Capitol to go Home. This is hurting all of us,” Fox News host Laura Ingraham reportedly texted. “He is destroying his legacy.”

“Please get him on TV,” texted Fox host Brian Kilmeade. “Destroying everything you have accomplished.”

“Can he make a statement, ask people to leave the Capitol,” enquired host Sean Hannity.

“Mr. Meadows is uniquely situated to provide key information, having straddled an official role in the White House and unofficial role related to Mr. Trump’s re-election campaign since at least election day in 2020 through Jan. 6,” the committee stated in a 51-page report released Sunday.

The resolution will now be put to a full House vote. In the end, the Department of Justice will decide whether to bring charges against Meadows or not.

“He changed his mind and told us to pound sand,” remarked Thompson ahead of the vote. “He didn’t even show up.”

“This is his legacy now. His former colleagues singling him out for criminal prosecution because he wouldn’t answer questions about what he knows about a brutal attack on our democracy,” Thompson viciously stated. “That’s his legacy.”


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