President Donald Trump tweeted out a video of a supporter calling him the ‘greatest thing since sliced bread’ – and attacking the president’s sister for ‘trying to put him down.’
The video, consisting of a recorded conversation with a heavily accented man in a car, became a viral hit with Trump supporters, approaching 4 million views late Thursday morning.
‘He’s the best president since sliced bread,’ the subject, who is identified only as Barry, tells a man asking questions from his car window.
President Donald Trump tweeted out a video of a supporter calling him the ‘greatest thing since sliced bread.’ The man, identified only as ‘Barry,’ also trashed Trump’s sister
‘Barry, who are you voting for,’ asks the man’s interviewer.
‘Donald J. Don Trump, the Don,’ he responds, smiling and sporting a grey beard.
‘Everything the man say he’s going to do he do it,’ he said in a Caribbean accent.
But he doesn’t shy from attacking Trump’s sister, presumably Maryanne Trump Barry, who was caught trashing the president in secret recordings made by the president’s niece, Mary Trump.
‘Then his sister and family trying to put him down. She don’t even know what a great man this man she have in her own damn family!’ he says. ‘She’s sick, this girl. She’s getting paid to talk garbage. The man is a genius!’ he said of Trump.
Donald Trump (L) is pictured with his sister Maryanne Trump Barry, who trashed him in comments secretly recorded by Trump’s niece, Mary
Mary Trump torched Trump in a tell-all book, and has sued siblings she claims broke a fiduciary duty and cheated her out of her inheritance
Donald Trump, Maryanne Trump, and Robert Trump during Opening of Donald Trump’s Taj Mahal Casino – April 5, 1990 at Taj Mahal Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States. ‘The change of stories, the lack of preparation, and the lying, holy s***’ Maryanne Trump says in a secretly recorded conversation about her famous brother
Trump and his two sons both retweeted the video
Maryanne Trump Barry, a retired federal judge, trashes Trump in secret recordings.
‘This goddam tweet and the lying,’ she says in one broadcast by CNN. ‘Oh my god, I’m talking too freely, but you know. The change of stories, the lack of preparation, and the lying, holy s***’ she says.
‘All he wants to do is appeal to his base, he has no principles None. None,’ she says in another.
Trump’s niece, Mary, released the tapes, which she says she secretly recorded, this summer as she promoted her book, which eviscerated Trump and argued he had deep psychological problems related to his father.
Trump trashed his niece after her book came out in August.
‘About the only way a person is able to write a book on me is if they agree that it will contain as much bad ‘stuff’ as possible, much of which is lies,’ he tweeted. ‘Even whether it’s … an unstable niece, who was now rightfully shunned, scorned and mocked her entire life, and never even liked by her own very kind & caring grandfather!’
Mary Trump is the daughter of Fred Trump Jr., died at 42 and suffered from alcoholism. She is suing Trump and two siblings claiming they cheated her family out of their rightful share of Fred Trump’s estate. Trump’s brother Robert died in August, and his estate is named in the suit.
Her bestseller is titled: ‘Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man.’
In the video tweeted by the president, many of the man’s points echo what the president says, including Trump’s rally refrain that his opponents are focused on ‘covid, covid, covid.’
‘He’s blaming the president for the virus,’ he says of Democrat Joe Biden. ‘How can you blame the president nobody knew at the time. Virus, virus virus, corona ,corona like the president brought it here. I can’t believe these sick people,’ he said.
‘I’m watching the American people,’ he says. ‘I’m going to stand back and watch because they ain’t going to take away the people’s Second Amendment. I don’t got any so I’m not worried. But I know it’s America, you can’t touch that.’
Donald Trump Jr. retweeted the video Wednesday, and Eric Trump followed suit, writing: ‘Amazing!’