WATCH: Don Jr. and Ivanka’s Political Careers are Already Over Says Mary Trump
Donald Trump is likely to survive the ongoing impeachment trial without being convicted. And if he is not convicted, there is still the possibility that Trump could run for office again in 2024. Of course, there will be a number of obstacles that could prevent him from doing so.
And if the patriarch of the Trump family isn’t the Republican candidate, could he be replaced by another Trump. His kids, Donald Jr. and Ivanka have hinted that they might be interested in running for office. Their cousin Mary Trump, though, says their political careers are already over.
Mary Trump made the comments during an appearance on Dean Obeidallah’s radio show. The host asked the Trump family member, “How do you think this all affects Donald Trump Jr.’s and Ivanka’s dreams of being President Trump, the Kennedy’s of the Right?” What do you think the impact will be?”
“Let’s see,” replied Trump. “I think it’s over. I think it’s completely over, because, and they have their father to thank for that. The insurrection was a bridge too far. Donny, for sure, was totally implicated in it, and if there’s any justice, he will be indicted at some point as well.”
She continued, “Now all of this information is coming out that Jared and Ivanka, allegedly, employees of the federal government have made in excess of $600 million, through their grift over the last couple of years. I think that the fact that they think that there is any chance for them to turn the corner or rehabilitate their prospects is just insane.”
Watch a clip of the segment below, courtesy of Sirius XM: