Former President Trump’s niece and outspoken opponent Mary Trump claims that Ivanka Trump, his daughter, is “far less likely to stay loyal” to her father than Trump Organization chief financial officer Allen Weisselberg, who is accused of more than a dozen fraud and conspiracy counts.
Last Thursday, Weisselberg entered a not guilty plea to 15 charges, including tax fraud, conspiracy, grand larceny, and fabricating company records. Though prosecutors have signaled that their investigation is ongoing and that more charges may be forthcoming, he and the Trump Organization have denied wrongdoing.
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Between 2005 and 2017, Weisselberg is accused of dodging paying taxes on $1.7 million in earnings.
Mary Trump, an author and psychotherapist, claimed on “The New Abnormal” podcast that prosecutors may not require Weisselberg’s cooperation since other people, including her cousins, may be willing to turn on the former president.
“There are two sets of books for Allen, and two sets of books for everyone else. And I believe we’ll find more evidence in these millions of pages of documents,” Trump added.
The New York Times reported last year that Ivanka Trump had received hundreds of thousands of dollars in “consulting fees” while working for the Trump Organization, according to Mary Trump.
Mary Trump stated, “She’s considerably less likely to stay loyal than Allen Weisselberg.”
“I believe Ivanka has one more thing to lose and two more things to hold on to. Her husband’s family is legitimately wealthy,” she claimed of Jared Kushner’s family.
Mary Tump has been vocal in her criticism of her uncle while he was in the White House, notably in her book “Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created The World’s Most Dangerous Man,” which was released last year.
Ivanka Trump and Kushner have been separating themselves from her father’s false charges of electoral fraud, CNN reported last week.