Mary Trump: Ivanka Trump ‘Less Likely To Stay Loyal’ To Her Father Than His CFO



Donald Trump’s niece stated the previous president’s daughter Ivanka is extra prone to flip on him than his firm’s indicted CFO Allen Weisselberg.

Weisselberg and the Trump Group pleaded not responsible final week after being charged with monetary crimes, together with grand larceny, tax fraud and falsifying enterprise data. Weisselberg is accused of taking part in a scheme that allowed him to evade paying taxes on compensation provided to him off the books.

Throughout an look on “The New Irregular” podcast, Mary Trump stated the indictment indicated that the scheme didn’t apply solely to Weisselberg, however to different workers as effectively. 

“So, if there are two units of books for Allen, then there are two units of books for different folks,” she stated. 

Mary Trump pointed to reporting from The New York Instances final yr that instructed Ivanka Trump had obtained greater than $747,000 in consulting charges from the Trump Group whereas she was already working as an government there. The enterprise claimed these charges as tax deductions.

“She’s a lot much less prone to keep loyal than Allen Weisselberg,” Mary Trump stated. “As counterintuitive as this would possibly sound, I believe Ivanka has 1) extra to lose and a couple of) extra to hold onto. Her husband’s [Jared Kushner] household is legitimately very rich.”

Mary Trump stated it was essential to know that Donald Trump’s relationships together with his youngsters are “transactional and conditional.”


Mary Trump has been loudly essential of her estranged uncle and cousins over the previous two years and even printed a guide in regards to the household. In a unique interview final week, she stated she believed none of Trump’s three eldest kids may very well be relied on for loyalty.

The complete interview is on the market on “The New Irregular” podcast right here.


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