Donald Trump’s niece, Mary Trump heavily criticizes the president in her forthcoming book, accusing him of “hubris and willful ignorance” in the past.
Mary Trump’s book, “Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man,” states that Donald Trump’s father made a toxic family environment that explains the outcome; President Trump. She also charges that she could “no longer remain silent” after the last three years of his presidency.
“Donald, following the lead of my grandfather and with the complicity, silence and inaction of his siblings, destroyed my father. I can’t let him destroy my country,” Mary Trump wrote in the book. Also Read– Donald Trump’s bizarre way of thinking
Mary Trump claims the book is constructed from her own memory and some dialogue from other family members, as well as legal documents, tax returns, bank statements, and other documents.
Mary Trump is a clinical psychologist, and says she did not vote for Donald Trump and did not attend Trump’s election party because she “wouldn’t be able to contain my euphoria when Clinton’s victory was announced, and I didn’t want to be rude.”
The psychologist said she didn’t take her uncle’s run for president seriously at first. “I didn’t think Donald took it seriously,” she wrote. “He simply wanted the free publicity for his brand.”
Due to high demand, Mary Trump’s book is being published early by Simon & Schuster on July 14. The publisher has already printed over 75,000 copies.
The President attempted to prevent Mary Trump’s book release
After news of Mary Trump’s book was released last month, Robert Trump, the president’s younger brother, took legal action against its publication.
He briefly won the injunction against the book however, an appellate court lifted the temporary restraining order against Simon & Schuster.
The restraining order is still in place against Mary Trump. Her spokesman, Chris Bastardi, said Monday: “The act by a sitting president to muzzle a private citizen is just the latest in a series of disturbing behaviors.”