DONALD Trump’s sister has been found dead in her Upper East Side apartment.
Maryanne Trump Barry died at 86 in her Fifth Avenue apartment around 4am on Monday.Barry was 86 years old[/caption]
Barry was found in her bedroom and was pronounced dead on the scene.
Medical examiners will determine her cause of death, but there were no signs of trauma.
Her death followed a call about a person in cardiac arrest according to ABC News.
Barry was a federal judge and the sister of the former president.
She was born in 1937 and held top judicial positions for presidents Ronald Reagan and Bill Clinton during her career.
In 1974 Barry became an Assistant United States Attorney for the District of New Jersey, one of only two women out of 62 lawyers in the office.
Barry retired from her position as a federal judge in 2019 after an investigation into tax fraud.
The investigation was prompted by a report that Barry and her siblings, including Donald Trump, were participating in tax schemes to maximize their inheritances.
The Trumps were allegedly receiving millions in untaxed gifts from their father and avoiding a 55 percent tax on gifts over a certain value.
However, because of her retirement the investigation was immediately dropped.
Barry didn’t make many comments about Donald Trump, but was usually supportive of his business endeavors.
However, she was caught in 2018 saying he has “no principles” and blasting his “goddamn tweets and lying.”
The audio was obtained by the Washington Post and recorded by the president’s niece Mary Trump.
“All he wants to do is appeal to his base,” she said in the recording.
“He has no principles. None. None. And his base, I mean my God, if you were a religious person, you want to help people. Not do this.”
Barry’s death is one of multiple personal losses former president Donald Trump has faced in recent years.
His younger brother, Robert S. Trump died while he was president in 2020, and his first wife Ivana Trump died in 2022.
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