Donald J. Trump’s oldest sister Maryanne Trump Barry dead at 86 – Cause of death revealed

Maryanne Trump Barry, the older sister of former President Donald Trump and a former federal judge, died aged 86 in November 2023.

As per ABC News, Barry’s body was found in her Fifth Avenue apartment at about 4 a.m.

Until her retirement in 2019, Barry was a senior judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit appointed to the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey by then-President Ronald Reagan in 1983 and was then appointed to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit in 1999 by then-President Bill Clinton.

Barry used to spoke of her father’s wealth and said during many occasions that she sort of “stepped down” because she didn’t want to be Donald’s rival in running the business. “I knew better even as a child than to even attempt to compete with Donald,” she told New York Mag. “I wouldn’t have been able to win. He was building models when he was very young. Huge buildings.”


In the book The Trumps: Three Generations That Built an Empire, she wrote: “There’s no question Donald helped me get on the bench. I was good, but not that good.”

However, despite the support the siblings had provided for one another throughout the years, The Washington Post published secretly recorded audios in which Barry could be heard describing Donald Trump as a “cruel” man with “no principles.”

“All he wants to do is appeal to his base,” Maryanne tells her niece Mary Trump in one of the recordings. “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.”

“His g——- tweet and lying, oh my God,” the sister added. “I’m talking too freely, but you know. The change of stories. The lack of preparation. The lying. Holy s—.”


“He got into University of Pennsylvania because he had somebody take the exams,” Maryanne Trump Barry said in the recording. “SATs or whatever. That’s what I believe.”

At the time, the White House rejected these allegations.

Barry was married to the late John Barry, a trial and appellate lawyer.

At the time of her death it was determined that there were no signs of trauma or foul play. According to sources, emergency crews responded to a call of a person in cardiac arrest.

May she rest in peace.

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