Maryanne Trump Barry, the eldest sister of former President Trump and a former federal judge, dies at 86

Maryanne Trump Barry, the older sister of former President Donald Trump, and a former federal judge, passed away at the age of 86 in her Manhattan apartment. The cause of her death is currently under investigation by the New York Medical Examiner’s office.

Maryanne Trump Barry was appointed by President Bill Clinton in 1999 and served as a senior judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. She retired in 2019, coinciding with the closure of an inquiry into alleged tax and financial transactions involving the Trump family. The investigation did not result in any findings against her.

Despite challenges in their relationship due to publicized audio recordings made by Trump’s niece, Mary, in which Maryanne criticized her brother’s principles and trustworthiness, reports suggested that Trump and his sister were working to mend their relationship, with a recent meeting at Trump’s Bedminster golf course signaling a possible reconciliation. The former president has not publicly commented on his sister’s passing.

Maryanne’s passing marks the third sibling of Donald Trump to pass away, following the deaths of his younger brother Robert in August 2020 at the age of 71, and Fred Trump Jr., who died of a heart attack in 1981 at 42.

Maryanne Trump Barry’s legacy extends beyond her judicial career and family connections. Her life story reflects a commitment to breaking barriers and serving her country with honor. Her death is not only a loss to the Trump family but also to the legal community where she made a lasting impact.

As family and friends remember Maryanne Trump Barry, they reflect on her life and dedication to upholding the law. Her memory will undoubtedly continue to influence those who knew her and the many lives she touched through her work as a judge.

In conclusion, the nation mourns the loss of a respected figure in the legal field and a prominent member of the Trump family. Maryanne Trump Barry’s contributions to the judiciary and her role as a sister to a president will be remembered as part of her enduring legacy.

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