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Trump More Bummed About Being Off Twitter Than Kicked Out of White House

One thing malignant narcissists like Donald Trump absolutely hate, detest and cannot tolerate is being ignored. And for that reason his clinical psychologist niece, Mary Trump, firmly believes that being banned from Twitter is way more upsetting to her uncle than having been kicked out of the White House.

She also told Business Insider that he’s most likely more ticked off about the Professional Golfers Association (PGA) pulling its 2022 signature PGA Championship tournament from his Bedminster, N.J., golf club than having lost the election to President Joe Biden.

“I think that being banned from Twitter and having the PGA take their tournament away from his golf courses are probably the worst things that have happened to him in the last four years,” she told BI.

Twitter permanently banned Trump from its platform in January after he repeatedly falsely tweeted that the election was “rigged” and “stolen” from him and risked inciting violence in the aftermath of the deadly Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol insurrectionist riot. A Politico report detailed how Trump went “ballistic” when his account was shut down and that he attempted to circumvent his banishment by tweeting from other accounts before the social media management shut down those as well.

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Having the PGA Championship yanked from his northern New Jersey golf club is more than just an ego-buster for the thin-skinned twice-impeached one term former president. It also siphons away millions of dollars in revenue at a time when many of his golf and resort properties around the world are under-performing financially and his need for cash is intense.

Mary Trump’s┬átell-all book on the Trump family, “Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man” was published last year and sold over a million copies in the first week.

Perhaps because of Mary Trump’s interview being published today by BI, former Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani floated the observation that “we need President Trump back on Twitter.” Do note that Giuliani and other Trump sycophants refuse to refer to their idol as “former president,” even though Joe Biden has been president for two-and-a-half months while Trump is a Florida retiree.



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