Mary Trump closes Meghan McCain for accusing her of ‘cashing’ in ‘The View’

Mary Trump followed up her cordial interview Wednesday night with Stephen Colbert with an appearance Thursday morning on The View. Thanks to Meghan McCain, this one had much sharper edges.

President Donald Trump’s niece spent the first few minutes of the interview answering questions about the revelations in her best-selling new book. Too much and never enough. But when it was McCain’s turn to speak, she was very quick to do the interview on herself.

“Look, I think I made it clear to your editors, I don’t like books like this,” McCain told him. “I don’t like family books, especially when it comes to families with fame and power. They are told on the one hand, and the subjects are often villains to the point that I don’t actually end up believing what is written. Books have been written about my family, which are complete and total garbage, told from a biased perspective. “

“At the end of the day, you get a great salary, but I don’t think it’s that legitimate,” he continued. “What do you say to people like me that you think this is a great way to get a paycheck right now?”

“Well, you have every right to your opinion,” replied Mary Trump. But for anyone who has “read the book,” the author said, she hoped she “will see that I bring to history my very deep experience within the family,” adding: “I am not a stranger writing it.” I am her niece.