Donald Trump's Return To Twitter Elicits Major Burn From Mary Trump

Former president Donald Trump is back on Twitter. An avid Twitter user prior to his being banned in 2021, Trump chose the social media platform to air his views and opinions including the false claim that the 2020 election was "stolen." These claims are false, via the Washington Post. But Trump and his supporter's insistence helped spur the violent riot on January 6 at the US Capitol that resulted in the death of five people, per The New York Times

Trump was permanently banned from Twitter as a result, with the social media platform accusing him of inciting the insurrection in a statement. "Our public interest framework exists to enable the public to hear from elected officials and world leaders directly," the company added. "However, we made it clear going back years that these accounts are not above our rules and cannot use Twitter to incite violence."

But Twitter is now under new leadership: Elon Musk. Trump's account on Twitter has been reinstated following a poll by Musk. With 51.8% voting in his favor, Trump is officially back to being a tweep — but many people are not pleased, particularly one member of his famous family.

Mary Trump still has it in for her uncle

After news of Donald Trump's return to Twitter broke, his niece Mary Trump took to social media, proving that she still is not a big fan of her uncle. "And yet still a f******* loser," Mary tweeted. Though no names were mentioned,  there is a high possibility the tweet was directed at the Donald. 

In case you missed it, the two Trumps have been feuding for several years, with Mary suing Donald in 2020. In the lawsuit, Mary claimed that, per CNN, she had been defrauded out of millions of dollars from a settlement over a prior family inheritance lawsuit. She also claimed to have been deceived to agree to the terms of the agreement. That same year, Mary, a psychologist by profession, also released an explosive tell-all about the Trump dynasty, titled "Too Much And Never Enough," revealing the Trump family dysfunction that has festered through multiple generations. 

As for whether we can expect Trump back on the bird app, the former president insists he will not be making a comeback. "I am not going on Twitter, I am going to stay on TRUTH," Trump revealed in a statement to Fox News. The former casino mogul was referring to Truth Social, where he has kept in touch with his fans since his Twitter ban. "I hope Elon buys Twitter because he'll make improvements to it and he is a good man, but I am going to be staying on TRUTH."

Mary Trump warns against her uncle returning to the White House

Mary Trump, who has spent years warning against the danger her uncle Donald Trump poses to the country, only added fuel to this fire after her profanity-laced tweet on Saturday. 

The following day, Mary replied to a tweet from former federal attorney Joyce Alene, who was, in turn, replying to one of the former president's final tweets before he was removed from the platform in early 2021. In response to Donald's tweet, which read, "To all of those who have asked, I will not be going to the Inauguration on January 20th," Alene wrote, "Let's keep it that way, America." Mary, in turn, commented that this was an "A+ tweet." This tweet, which some believed was a suggestion to his most radicalized supporters that violence at the inauguration will be acceptable since he won't be there, was part of what got him removed from the platform.

In early October 2022, Mary also gave an interview with MSNBC, in which she further attempted to alert her country to the dangers of Donald Trump. "We all need to understand everything that Donald has done to date as a prelude to worse things to come," she said, "and if we understand it in those terms then hopefully we'll stop being surprised and be ready for the worst, but also maybe do everything in our power to prevent the worst." 

Mary Trump has implied that Donald Trump should be criminally charged

Mary Trump has also taken up the opinion of nearly half of America, as reported by Forbes, that former president Donald Trump should face federal criminal charges for his numerous alleged crimes, both to seek justice and to prevent him from wreaking further havoc on the country. 

On November 15, the day after her uncle announced his third consecutive run for the presidency, per CNN, Mary implied that a formal criminal charge against him would be beneficial to the country, presumably to prevent him from running and taking control of the Oval Office once again. 

"An announcement from the DoJ would be ... preferable," Mary tweeted, referring to the Department of Justice, led by Attorney General Merrick Garland. CNN reports that a Dept. of Justice investigation against the former president, both for his role in the January 6 attack on the capital, and his role in unlawfully retaining classified documents after he left office, is ongoing, though no formal criminal charges have yet been filed.