Watch: Mary Trump and podcast panel relentlessly taunt Donald Trump amid his week of legal woes
Former President Donald Trump's niece Mary Trump has relentlessly taunted him amid his highly publicized indictment from the Manhattan District Attorney's office.
Mary Trump weighed in on her uncle's daunting week of legal woes while mocking him during the recent segment of her podcast, "The Mary Trump Show." She was joined by legal experts Dahlia Lithwick and Brian Karem who also offered critical remarks about the former president.
As they watched the live footage of Donald Trump leaving a Manhattan courtroom following his arraignment, they shared their reactions.
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"Know, that would be the biggest punishment for Donald Trump is denying him the ability to stand in front of people and whine," Karem said.
Mary Trump chimed in saying, "Yeah. And put him in a room without a mirror. You know, and accountability is done like that. Okay, so OH! Here we go. Yeah he looks happy."
She also weighed in with her perception of her uncle as he navigates through the pitfalls of his latest legal battle.
"He’s terrified. He’s absolutely terrified. And humiliated in a way he has never experienced humiliation, except maybe when he was five and my dad dumped a bowl of mashed potatoes on his head. Maybe. I don’t know."
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