‘He’s VILE’: Donald Trump’s niece Mary warns of ‘authoritarian state’ if president is reelected
- Mary Trump warned of an ‘authoritarian state’ in the U.S. if her uncle, President Donald Trump, is reelected on Tuesday
- ‘We’re looking at an authoritarian state if we allow him to continue unimpeded,’ Mary told MSNBC’s Joy Reid during an interview on ‘AM Joy’ Sunday morning
- She also called the president ‘vile’ for calling on his supporters to survey polling places to make sure Democrats don’t try to steel the election for Joe Biden
Mary Trump warned Sunday that if her uncle, President Donald Trump – who she called ‘vile’ – is reelected on Tuesday, the U.S. could be at risk of becoming an ‘authoritarian state.’
According to a ‘panel of experts’ the president’s niece said she put together last week, ‘The message is… Donald has [apparently] done everything in his power to dismantle every institution that comprises the U.S.’
‘We’re looking at an authoritarian state if we allow him to continue unimpeded,’ she told MSNBC’s Joy Reid during an interview on ‘AM Joy’ Sunday morning.
At the same time Mary joined Reid for an interview Sunday, just two days before Election Day, Trump was arriving at his first of five rallies on Sunday in snowy Michigan.
Mary Trump warned of an ‘authoritarian state’ in the U.S. if her uncle, President Donald Trump, is reelected on Tuesday
‘As if my blood pressure weren’t high enough,’ Mary said. ‘He is vile. He is actively calling on American citizens to commit violence against other American citizens simply for voicing their opinions.’
‘This is so dangerous,’ she added. ‘He is doing the same thing with his armed supporters to go watch the polls. And we know which neighborhoods he’s sending these people to. So, it can’t be clearer what he is doing. Please understand that he will allow violence to be committed in his name in order to take this election because he knows he can’t win it legitimately.’
Trump has called on his supporters to survey polling locations as he warns Democrats are trying to steal the election.