When Donald Trump moved into the Oval Office
in January, he placed on the table behind the Resolute Desk a single family photo
—of Fred Trump, his father. Sometime in the spring, White House communications director Hope Hicks told me recently, the president added one of his mother, Mary Trump. When, exactly, and why, Hicks couldn’t or wouldn’t say. This scenario, as uneven as it may seem, was a continuation of the setup in Trump’s office
on the 26th floor of Trump Tower, where a photo of his father always was proudly, prominently situated on his desk—and a photo of his mother, in the words of a former staffer, was “noticeably absent.”
Scots-born Mary Anne MacLeod, the eventual mother of Donald Trump, President of the United States of America and therefore the most powerful individual on the face of the planet.
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