Donald Trump’s niece to release unfiltering memoirs

Donald Trump’s niece is set to publish a No Hold-Barred memoir next month.

New York, United States of America:

Donald Trump’s niece is set to publish a no-holds-barred memoir next month that shines “a bright light on the dark history” of the US president’s family, his publisher says.

According to Simon & Schuster, Mary Trump will release “Two Much and Never Enough: How My Family the World’s Most Dangerous Man” on 28 July.

It marked the first time that a member of Trump’s family would publish unaffected stories about the former real estate tycoon and reality TV star.

Mary Trump, 55, is the daughter of Fred Trump Jr., the president’s older brother, who died in 1981 at the age of 42 due to alcohol complications.

This 240-page book will be seen as an incident while spending time at her grandparents’ home in Queens Borough of New York, where her uncle and her four siblings grew up.

Simon & Schuster said in a blurb about the book, “He makes a bad description of trauma, destructive relationships, and a tragic combination of neglect and abuse.”

Mary Trump, a clinical psychologist, would say that the president, despite being his father’s favorite son, “sacked and expelled him when he started suffering from Alzheimer’s”.

In the book, she explains “how specific events and general family patterns created the damaged man who is currently occupying the Oval Office,” the publisher said.

This includes, “the strange and damaging relationship between Fred Trump and his two oldest sons, Fred Jr. and Donald,” Blurb says. Fred Trump died in 1999.

“She can recall this fascinating, unnecessary saga not only because of her insider’s attitude alone, but also because she is the only Trump to tell the truth about one of the world’s most powerful and adventurous families,” It concludes.

The book was first revealed by Daily Beast on Sunday.

The website reported that Mary Trump would state that she was the primary source for New York Times Pulitzer Prize winner Donald Trump’s finances and taxes.

The investigation alleged that the president received more than $ 400 million from his father’s real estate empire, through fraudulent tax schemes.

A spokesman for The New York Times declined to comment in the newspaper’s article on the Daily Beast’s claim that Mary Trump provided them with documents.

Many of Trump’s colleagues and journalists have written the books as important to the president, but have been billed for the first time by an insider from Mary Trump’s family.

The book is scheduled to take place a few weeks before the Republican convention in August, when Trump will accept the party’s nomination for his re-election bid in November.

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