Former Republican President Donald Trump may be suing his niece, Mary Trump, but that hasn't stopped her from dragging her infamous family to filth.
After clapping back hard at her uncle last week, Mary Trump is now going after her cousin, the former president's son Donald Trump, Jr.
During a recent appearance on a political podcast, Mary Trump lobbed several blistering firebombs at her cousin, calling him stupid, racist and a host of other unflattering things.
See video of her comments below.
Mary Trump's comments came during a taping of journalist John Aravosis' UnPresidented Podcast.
Asked by Aravosis "what the hell is going on" with her cousin Donald Trump Jr.—whose bizarre social media rants and dissheveled public appearances have become infamous—Mary Trump did not mince words about the man she calls "Donnie."
She told Aravosis it all comes down to one simple fact:
"Donnie is a deeply unintelligent person. I've been asked 'who's the stupidest one?' and it's him."
But she didn't stop there.
"Donnie is weak… he had no intention of striking out on his own. He had no intention of doing anything but sucking up and toeing the line."
Mary Trump also discussed Trump Jr.'s character, branding him a racist and misogynist who'll do anything for approval—lending credence to the long-running internet joke Trump Jr.'s constant internet tantrums are merely his attempts at winning his father's affection.
As she put it:
"I think he's like many other people in my family—he has no core, he has no ideology, no beliefs."
"He'll out-racism anybody, he'll out-misogyny anybody, he'll out-shoot as many innocent animals as possible to get whatever passes for affection in my family."
And she characterized Trump Jr. as always and forever in his sister Ivanka's shadow.
"Donnie was left in the dust. And yet he still tries doesn't he?"
On Twitter, people loved Mary Trump's drag of her cousin—and heartily agreed with it.
Mary Trump's comments come as former President Trump filed a $100 million lawsuit against her and The New York Times for allegedly illegally obtaining his tax records, a gambit many legal experts say is all but certain to fail.