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Trump’s estranged niece, Mary Trump, a clinical psychologist, says Trump suffers from untreated psychiatric disorders

Former President Donald Trump, now at an age that mirrors Joe Biden’s four years ago, faces growing skepticism regarding his ability to lead the nation. When Biden was running for office, Trump labeled him as too old and incompetent to hold the presidential role.

Mary Trump, the estranged niece of Donald Trump, shared concerns about her uncle's mental health as he tries to get the Republican nomination

However, with time’s inevitable march, Trump now finds himself in the very bracket he once criticized. Observers have noted a noticeable decrease in his public engagements, a shift from his once ubiquitous presence at rallies and events. This reduction in activity has sparked discussions about his energy levels and capacity to meet the rigorous demands of presidential duties.

Moreover, a significant portion of the public is beginning to question Trump’s mental fitness for the presidency. Comparisons to his past vibrancy are inevitable as he appears less energetic in his recent appearances, leading to speculations about his overall health. The discourse around his potential cognitive decline has become more pronounced, with more individuals expressing concern over his ability to effectively govern.

Trump’s estranged niece, Mary Trump, additionally fuels the criticism

During her recent interview on MSNBC’s The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell, Mary Trump, the estranged niece of former President Donald Trump, shared concerns about her uncle’s mental health as he tries to get the Republican nomination for the 2024 presidential election.

Mary, who works as a clinical psychologist and knows the Trump family well, talked about her belief that the former president has mental health issues that haven’t been treated. She perceives these symptoms as untreated psychiatric disorders.

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She was very clear in her statement, saying that Donald Trump has mental health problems that haven’t been dealt with, and she warned that such issues only get worse if ignored. According to her, the high stress of his situation is making his mental health challenges even bigger.

In her words, “somebody who is as unhealthy as he is… would have a harder time holding it together cognitively.”

Mary Trump on her uncle’s past and his behavior

Mary Trump also noticed a change in how Donald Trump communicates. She remembered that when he was younger, he was good at making his point clearly and knew a lot about his business. She mentioned his skill in dealing with the media and how important that was for his grandfather to choose him to take over the Trump Organization. Delving into Donald Trump’s pre-presidential life, it’s crucial to recognize his ascent as a real estate tycoon in New York City.

Mary Trump, the estranged niece of Donald Trump, shared concerns about her uncle's mental health as he tries to get the Republican nomination

“The other thing that I think is interesting,” Mary said. “Donald was always quite good when he was younger at sticking to a point and he knew certain things about his business, so he could say perfectly reasonable statements…with confidence,” she continued.

“Let’s be fair, he was very good at being in the media and that’s one of the main reasons my grandfather chose him to be his successor because he had that kind of presence,” Mary Trump added.

Trump wants to take cognitive test to prove his point

In a display of confidence, Trump boasted about acing a cognitive test during a campaign speech in New Hampshire.

On the other side, in response to comments from Robert Hur, a special counsel at the Department of Justice, Biden defended his mental sharpness. He said, “My memory is fine… I know what the hell I’m doing.”

With Trump leading the way for the Republican party and Biden holding his ground as the current Democratic president, it looks like they might face off again in the November 2024 election.

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Yet, the latest polls show that neither candidate is getting much excitement from voters. Biden’s approval numbers are in the low 40s, while Trump’s are a bit higher, in the mid-to-high 40s.

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