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Mary Trump: ‘My uncle is unstable. He needs to be removed immediately’

Two weeks before the election, Mary Trump described her uncle Donald’s campaign to me in stark terms: “He knows he’s in desperate shape, so he’s going to burn it all down, sow more chaos and division…[and] if he’s going down, he’s going to take us all down with him.” , as she considered the loser’s remaining weeks

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