Trump's niece posts dad Fred's pic in Air Force uniform to clap back at POTUS' 'suckers' comment on dead soldiers

Choosing not to directly refer to the report which has been denied by Trump, Mary kept the caption of the photo simple, writing, '2nd Lieutenant Freddy Trump, Air National Guard'


                            Trump's niece posts dad Fred's pic in Air Force uniform to clap back at POTUS' 'suckers' comment on dead soldiers
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After the Atlantic published a report that claimed President Donald Trump called dead American service members "losers" and "suckers" refusing to visit the Aisne-Marne American Cemetery near Paris in 2018 to honor the dead service members, the POTUS' niece took to Twitter to share a photo of her dad who served as the Air Force National Guard as a second lieutenant. Choosing not to directly refer to the report which has been denied by Trump, Mary kept the caption of the photo simple, writing, "2nd Lieutenant Freddy Trump, Air National Guard."



 

The post soon saw an outpouring of support from her fans and followers who touted her father over his younger brother who is currently seeking reelection in November. Here are a few of the reactions: "Thank you Mary, for all you are doing by sharing your story with us & by speaking out on Twitter. Love this photo of your parents! So sorry of the early loss of your Dad & all the heartbreak you have gone thru. PLEASE keep speaking out! You bring wit, insight & much more!"



 

"It's mind-boggling that your dad was apparently the rebel & black sheep of the family for being in the Air National Guard & a commercial pilot. How many parents would be busting with pride to have a child that aspires to those things? Crazy."



 

"THIS! Man. Usually, the odd one out is the sociopath, not the other way around. I can’t even imagine the torture of growing up surrounded by so much sociopathy."



 

"Thank you for sharing. Your father is proud of you for the courage you have shown in sharing your family stories at the moment in history that needed it!"



 

"Sociopaths can be incredibly envious of their empathetic siblings. They know they can always get their way by being cruel selfish bullies but deep down they also know they are monsters who will never understand or feel that depth of emotional intelligence. A miserable fate."



 

Mary, the author of, the explosive tell-all, 'Too Much And Never Enough,' previously claimed that the president and his father contributed to her father’s descent into alcoholism which led to his death from a heart attack in 1981; he was just 42. She claimed that both of them neglected her father at the critical stages of his addiction.

Before sharing the photo, Mary posted a tweet that urged her uncle to resign from the Oval Office following the scandalous report. "For the first time in your life be brave: Resign and face the consequences," she wrote. 



 

Trump has denied the allegations brought against him in the Atlantic report. "What animal would say such a thing?" Trump said Thursday, September 3, night as he returned from a campaign rally in Latrobe, Pennsylvania. "And especially since I've done more, I think more than almost anybody, to help our military to get the budgets, to get the pay raises for our military. So I just think it's a horrible thing that they are allowed to write that. We can refute it. We have other people that will refute it."

"It is a disgraceful situation by a magazine that is a terrible magazine," Trump added. "I don't read it. I just heard about it, but they made it up. Probably it's a couple of people that have been failures in the administration."

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