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Mary Trump, the only niece of current US President Donald Trump is concerned that COVID-19 might not have enough of a negative impact on the president.
"I think it’s very important to remember that this man, who is directly at this point responsible for the death of over 210,000 people and this illness of who knows how many millions, received — is receiving world-class healthcare in world-class medical facilities, provided to him by a system he does not pay into. So there’s that. Ninety-nine percent of Americans do not receive such care," Mary Trump said in an interview with Democracy Now!.
“To be treated for something is to admit that you need the treatment, and I don’t see him having any self-awareness," she added.
“Clearly the people closest to him don’t care about his well-being. If they did, he’d still be at Walter Reed.”
Mary Trump went on to comment that the "worst-case scenario" would be if the president "emerges relatively unscathed." If that happens, she says, "he's not going to take it seriously. He'll think 'I beat it, so too bad for the rest of you suckers.'"
In July, Mary Trump, despite the possibility of libel action, published her controversial book, “Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man.”
President Trump is currently back at work in the Oval Office, and back on the campaign trail.