niece Mary hilariously mocks former president for 'repeatedly falling ... trends now

niece Mary hilariously mocks former president for 'repeatedly falling ... trends now
Trump niece Mary hilariously mocks former president for 'repeatedly falling ... trends now

Trump niece Mary hilariously mocks former president for 'repeatedly falling ... trends now

Former President Donald Trump's niece Mary became the latest liberal to mock her uncle's appearance at trial last week where he was accused by a reporter of falling asleep.

The former president is reported to have nodded off several times during jury selection in his hush money criminal trial in NYC on Monday.

His team vehemently denies the claims, saying his eyes may have been closed because 'he reads a lot', but an expert has pointed to his diet as a possible reason.

Mary Trump, the president's liberal niece who is often viciously critical of her uncle, joined that media on a radio show Saturday. 

After joking with SiriusXM host Dean Obeidallah that she was 'a little sleepy' ahead of her appearance on his program, she then joked she's 'a little worried that narcolepsy runs in the family.'  

Former President Donald Trump 's niece Mary became the latest liberal to mock her uncle's appearance at trial last week where he was accused by a reporter of falling asleep

Former President Donald Trump 's niece Mary became the latest liberal to mock her uncle's appearance at trial last week where he was accused by a reporter of falling asleep

The former president is reported to have nodded off several times during jury selection in his hush money criminal trial in NYC on Monday

The former president is reported to have nodded off several times during jury selection in his hush money criminal trial in NYC on Monday

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When Obeidallah further probed at the former president's seeming lethargy, his niece suggested it could be the trial getting to him.  

'I think we can’t underestimate the extent of the depth of the narcissistic injury he’s suffering,' she said.

'One, he’s in a situation in which he has no control and and worse, he is under the control of somebody else. There is somebody else in that room with all of the authority, and he has none.'

She added that she couldn't help laughing at her uncle between the rumors of him sleeping and the reveal of the potential jurors' posts about him on social media because he 'is so mean to other people.'

Mary Trump added that the trial is something he has 'probably been dreading for the last five and a half decades.'

'So part of him was probably always terrified that it was going to come, but also, he probably never believed it would because he always gets away with everything. And here we are. And trust me, he understands how serious this is.'

Trump - who often refers to President Biden as ‘Sleepy Joe’ - appeared fatigued in court and was seen by several reporters to have dozed off in his chair at the start of his criminal trial, where he faces 34 felony counts relating to falsifying business records to cover up a dalliance with a porn star. 

After the lunch break, he again closed his eyes several times and appeared to catch himself falling asleep, stiffening his posture.

Mary Trump suggested that former president's seeming lethargy could be the trial getting to him

Mary Trump suggested that former president's seeming lethargy could be the trial getting to him

Haberman told CNN that Trump struggled to stay awake and eventually dozed off as jury selection got underway at his hush money trial in New York

Court napping? The ex-President appeared red-eyed as he sat through jury selection at his hush money trial at Manhattan Central Court in New York on Monday 

'Trump appears to be sleeping,' New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman tweeted from the room and repeated on CNN.

'His head keeps dropping down

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