Mary Trump Claims President is 'Twisted,' SAT Cheater in New Book

Lawrence Kim
July 7, 2020

There was no immediate response from Mr Trump or the White House to the allegations, made in the book called "Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World's Most Dangerous Man" and reported by United States media outlets.

The memoir is still the subject of a legal dispute between Mary and the Trump family and a hearing is scheduled for Thursday before a judge in Dutchess County, north of New York City. She also supported Trump's opponent, Democrat Hillary Clinton, in the 2016 presidential election. "I didn't think Donald took it seriously", she wrote.

Mary Trump remains entangled in a legal battle over whether the book violates a confidentiality agreement that she signed almost twenty years ago. His daughter, Mary Trump, now writes that Donald Trump's character was formed by watching the traumas inflicted on and suffered by his older brother.

Yet Simon & Schuster plans to push ahead with publication.

A series of conflicting court rulings ensued. As it stands now, Simon & Schuster have the right to publish whenever it wants.

NEW YORK (AP) - President Donald Trump's niece offered a devastating portrayal of him in a book that credits a "perfect storm of catastrophes" for exposing the president at his worst.

Donald Trump's estranged niece's book is set to shed some "light" on the public image of America's 45th president, by calling him a "toxic" man whose "twisted" values include the practice of "cheating as a way of life", according to an excerpt from the memoir released on Monday, as cited by MSN.

President Donald Trump speaks at Mount Rushmore National Memorial, Friday, July 3, 2020. 'This will never happen, ' " Mary Trump wrote.

The book also reveals how Mary Trump became the primary source of the New York Times' explosive 2018 investigation into the Trump family's tax evasion schemes.

"His ability to control unfavorable situations by lying, spinning, and obfuscating has diminished to the point of impotence in the midst of the tragedies we are now facing", she said.

Robert Trump has said the book would violate a confidentiality agreement tied to the estate of his father Fred Trump Sr., who died in 1999.

On CNN Thursday, he said the settlement agreement silencing Mary is null and void because it was the product of fraud.

Robert Trump's lawyer, Charles Harder, best known for representing celebrities in battles with the media, including first lady Melania Trump, has not responded to messages from USA TODAY.

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