Page From Mary Trump’s Book Leaked Via Legal Loophole Of Spokesman


Amidst a legal fight over the book among the Trumps, President Donald Trump’s niece, Mary Trump, will have her widely touted book released two weeks earlier than expected, according to the publisher, Simon & Schuster. The previous publication date for Mary Trump’s upcoming book was July 28, but now, it’s coming out on July 14. The book is called Too Much and Never Enough, and it’s marketed as revealing the personal background of Donald Trump and how that background helped build Donald into the chaotic, “dangerous” man that he is at present while in the White House.

Mary Trump is currently barred from public comment thanks to a temporary restraining order that has been issued amidst the family legal fight. The president’s brother, Robert, has asked a court to block the publication of Mary Trump’s book on account of a nondisclosure agreement that she signed nearly twenty years ago amidst a fight over family finances. Donald has openly supported the legal battle against Mary Trump’s book.

Chris Bastardi, a spokesperson for Mary Trump, pointedly commented:

‘The act by a sitting president to muzzle a private citizen is just the latest in a series of disturbing behaviors which have already destabilized a fractured nation in the face of a global pandemic. If Mary cannot comment, one can only help but wonder: what is Donald Trump so afraid of?’

Simon & Schuster has newly published the back cover of Mary’s book, and it’s scathing. Besides her obvious background as a member of Donald Trump’s own family, she’s also a licensed clinical psychologist. Amidst the president’s increasingly erratic behavior, there have long been concerns about his mental state.

The back of Mary Trump’s book says, in part:

‘Today, Donald is much as he was at three years old: incapable of growing, learning, or evolving, unable to regulate his emotions, moderate his responses, or take in & synthesize information.’

The rest of the cover, which contains an excerpt from the book itself, zeroes in on the inherently destructive nature of Donald’s relationship with his father, Fred. Check it out below:

Simon & Schuster’s planned publication of the book follows another recent victory for the publisher — they’re the ones who recently released the memoir from Trump’s former national security adviser John Bolton, which the Trump administration had tried unsuccessfully to block in court.