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Mary Trump says for the “first time in his entire life” her crazy uncle Donald is truly “terrified”

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Mary Trump appeared on MSNBC over the weekend to offer her latest hot take on the January 6 hearings and why she’s fairly confident her crazy uncle Donald is “terrified” right now.“To say that Donald is terrified is accurate and also an understatement,” Mary said on MSNBC’s The Katie Phang Show over the weekend.“I think this might be the first time in his entire life that even he can’t deny the walls may indeed be closing in.

The amount of evidence that we see coming out of these committee hearings is overwhelming.”Related: Mary Trump just threw ice cold water on the “Mike Pence is a hero” storylineMary added that the witnesses who have begun coming out of the woodwork to speak with the committee are increasingly important in terms of the access they had to Trump in the days leading up to and immediately following January 6, most notably former White House counsel Pat Cipollone, who met with the panel for over eight hours on Friday.Cipollone’s testimony will be presented to the public in upcoming hearings, which resume tomorrow.

Specific details about what he told the committee have been kept under wraps, but Rep. Zoe Lofgren said Cipollone “did not contradict” the testimony of previous witnesses.That certainly sounds ominous for the ex-president.Related: Mary Trump just made a dire prediction about the growing rift between Donald and Ivanka“It would be almost unimaginable at this point if he got out of all of the legal and civil charges against him,” Mary said.“But again, you know, you said it, for decades now he has always skated, and that’s the only reason I’m not confident.

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