Mary Trump Joins Biden in Spin Room After Presidential Debate

After CNN’s presidential debate, President Biden’s campaign in Atlanta will be joined by Mary Trump, niece of former president Trump.

A campaign spokesperson explained why Trump’s niece will be joining the spin room. She said she would be reminding people of her Uncle’s character, adding that not many people can speak about Donald Trump better than his family.

Mary Trump explained why she felt compelled to speak out. She said the stakes were too high, and we couldn’t afford to let Donald Trump back into power. 

Trump’s niece said that accountability must have knocked the wind out of him. She was referring to Trump’s conviction in the New York hush-money case.

She said that Uncle Donald cannot be trusted, and we must recognize that his last administration was simply a warm-up for much worse to come. She went on to call January 6, 2021, a foreshadowing of a man who will stop at nothing to ascend, once again, to the presidency.

Mary maintains that he has repeatedly proven unfit for power. She says we must end his reign.

In her opinion, no one who has ever spoken out against Donald Trump will be safe in the event that he is reelected since he is a master of vengeance and retaliation. 

Democratic California Governor Gavin Newsom will be joining the Biden team in the spin room. Newsom has been an ardent supporter of Biden’s reelection campaign, even though there has been talk that he might replace Biden as president if he were to withdraw from the race.

In addition to Biden’s newly appointed senior advisor, Keisha Lance Bottoms (D), the campaign also mentioned that Sen. Raphael Warnock (D-Ga.) will be present in the spin room.

Michael Tyler, Joe Biden’s director of communications, said Donald Trump’s spin room will be a little thin, given that the people who know him best don’t think he is fit to be Commander-in-Chief.

A number of Biden campaign staffers, along with a group of influencers and content creators, will be in the spin room to promote the president’s performance in the first presidential debate.