‘So Disrespectful’: Leftists Attack Trump, Family after Death of His Older Sister


(Luis CornelioHeadline USA) Leftist individuals took to Twitter with a wave of disturbing comments aimed at the Trump family following the Monday passing of Maryanne Trump Barry, the elder sister of former President Donald Trump.  

Barry, a retired federal judge, died on Monday, with the NYPD confirming her passing while not immediately revealing the cause of death.

Amid the Trump family’s mourning of the former president’s sister, critics seized the opportunity to express partisan vitriol, with some suggesting that the “wrong Trump” had passed away. Others used the occasion to draw attention to Barry’s previous criticism of her younger brother. 

One Twitter user, Kim Lee, posted, “Dear God, Wrong Trump. Try again. Sincerely, Sane Americans,” in a message that garnered over 2,000 likes and nearly 200,000 views.

A pro-Trump Twitter user shared alleged screenshots of comments posted by individuals on the platform. One user, identified as “KathyHutso1,” callously remarked, “She probably died of embarrassment,” while another added, “The next to last trump from that generation. Let’s hope the family will be completely reunited soon.”


Even some journalists joined in by using the passing of Trump’s elder sister to highlight the ongoing feud between the siblings. Barry was previously secretly recorded by her niece, Mary L. Trump, who authored the controversial anti-Trump book titled How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man. 

Investigative journalist Laura Loomer shared a screenshot of a Drudge Report headline that read, “TRUMP SISTER DEAD AT 86…. Declared brother had no principles…” In response, Loomer criticized the news aggregator, stating, “Drudge has turned into TRASH. So disrespectful to President Trump and his family. There needs to be an alternative to Drudge Report!”

Drudge Report wasn’t the only target; Twitter user “@daviddunn177” shared an alleged quote from Barry, accusing her of describing Trump as a “brat.” The quote was accompanied by a photograph of the two siblings.