Mary Trump trolls Donald and says he ‘won’t be able to run for president in 2024 because he’ll be in prison’

MARY Trump trolled her estranged uncle Donald and said he "won’t be able to run for president in 2024 because he’ll be in prison."

Her comments came the day before Joe Biden took the lead in Pennsylvania and Georgia on Friday, placing him within the finish line of declaring victory in the 2020 US Presidential Election.

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Mary Trump's comments about her uncle came as she spoke with The Dean Obeidallah Show on Thursday.

Obeidallah asked Mary about reports that if her uncle loses the 2020 race, that he would run in 2024.

"I'm sorry," Mary Trump said, laughing.

"I honestly think that's a face-saving ploy. It's so absurd that he actually thinks he's gonna be able to run a campaign from prison."

"Maybe he could. I don't know."

She then said she does not think her uncle will be in good health to run another term.

"He'll be 78," she said of Trump's age in 2024.

"I know Joe Biden's 78 – He has a horrible diet, he doesn't sleep, he's addicted to caffeine, he doesn't exercise, and he's like well on his way to decompensating," she added of Donald.

"There's no way he will be an intact human being in four years."

She added: "He's not now!"

Mary Trump's comments came as former White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney said he could see Trump running for president again in 2024 if he loses to Biden.

"After this election's over who is the leading Republican candidate for 2024?" he told the Dublin think tank Institute for International and European Affairs.

"I think now, folks are starting to realize, wait a second, if Donald Trump loses he might be the guy, and I'm telling you, absolutely.

"I would absolutely expect the president to stay involved in politics and would absolutely put him on the shortlist of people who are likely to run in 2024," he added.

Mulvaney said Trump would be "further engaged in 2024 or 2028 if he were to lose this next election," when the president turns 78 and 82 respectively.

Bryan Lanza, former communications director for the president's transition team, also said Trump would run again.

Mary Trump has been critical of her uncle – and even penned a book, titled: Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man.

Trump is estranged from her family, and her uncle and others have attempted lawsuits against her as she published her book.

On Friday, Biden took leads in Georgia and Pennsylvania – and was on the verge of declaring victory.

Trump declared an early victory on Wednesday – despite there being millions of ballots that have yet to be counted.

As he has has continued to claim he won the presidencyhe and his team have made baseless claims of voter fraud.

Trump's campaign has launched legal battles in several states.

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