When it comes to left-wing media outlets, no story involving former President Donald J. Trump can ever be truly complete without input from his insufferable attention-craving niece who really has it in for her famous uncle.
This week, the topic is CNN’s town hall where the 2024 frontrunner danced rings around the event’s smug moderator Kaitlan Collins and frumpy Mary Trump joined Trump-hating New York City writer Molly Jong-Fast on the latest edition of her “Fast Politics” where the due whined about the former president’s meanness to Collins and nutty rape accuser E. Jean Carroll, who he skewered to the delight of a friendly audience.
“I mean, that was the thing I was thinking about last night, was we were watching him and he was saying, you know, he’d say something like he called Kaitlan Collins a very you’re a nasty woman like. And the crowd cheered. Explain to me what that is like, that ability to…,” Fast asked her guest.
TRUMP: “You are a Nasty person”
— ALX 🇺🇸 (@alx) May 11, 2023
Trump responded, “I think it’s less about his ability. He’s literally just who he is. It’s not nuance, it’s not strategic. It is that for reasons that we are going to be trying to suss out for the, until the end of history, maybe a million years, who knows? He has been given an opportunity time and time again, to be himself.”
“So I think you put your finger on what’s really important here, the people in that audience who are standing in, for his base or his followers,” she continued. “That’s actually, thinking about this the other day, it’s like it just comes naturally to say his followers. (Right.) Nobody ever uses that word with any other politicians’ voters. They say supporters or constituents or, nobody uses the word followers except for this Republican base vis a vis Donald.”
“So I don’t even know. I mean, it’s always important to understand what’s going on, but I think we need to understand what’s going on with them in order to make sure that they get completely cordoned off from participating, beyond casting one vote, in anything having to do with the American experiment going forward,” the niece rambled on. “So what I think a lot of people understandably forget sometimes is that we cannot use our feelings about Donald, our reactions to Donald, to stand in for other people’s. They don’t see him the way we see him.”
“For most of them, it’s that they actually identify with the things that repulse us. They identify with his being a loser,” she said, insulting Trump’s supporters. “And for them, it’s aspirational, though. He’s a loser. But look how spectacularly he’s been allowed to fail upwards.”
“They, love his lies. They love that he gets away with lying to that degree. They love the cruelty. I mean, I think that’s been obvious for a really long time now. So, again, it’s not like, oh, if only they could see who he really is,” added Trump who obviously has some deep-seated family issues to work out.
“Well, that. That’s what they love about him I mean, they love this man who literally stands in for them. He shares their grievances. He shares their sense of victimization because, for him, those things are quite real, as bizarre as that might sound. Once we get everybody to kind of agree that that’s what’s going on here, we can stop pretending that it’s worth wasting our time on anybody who voted for Donald Trump twice,” she said.
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