Mary Trump Says Trump Family Saw Illness As 'Unforgivable Weakness'
Sunday, 4 October 2020
Mary Trump, the president's niece, says illness was seen as "unacceptable" by Donald Trump and his father, Fred Trump. President Trump has been diagnosed with COVID-19.
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