Explosive tell-all book by trump niece released

Explosive tell-all book by trump niece released

Despite opposition from within her own family, u.S. President niece mary trump’s tell-all book has been published. The book by the doctor of psychology, which paints a damning picture of U.S. President donald trump, went on sale in the U.S. On tuesday.

Donald trump’s younger brother, robert trump, had failed at the last minute in his bid to get injunctions in new york court to stop publication against the author and the publisher, simon & trump cobbler to enforce. Judge hal greenwald declined to issue such orders on monday.

Numerous US media had already reported in advance from the book in which mary trump accuses the US president of being a narcissist. Donald trump meets all the criteria for that, mary trump writes. She compares her uncle in the book to a three-year-old who knows he has never been loved. The title of the 240-page book is "too much and never enough – how my family created the most dangerous man in the world". In germany the heyne-verlag brings the work on 31. August on the market.

The publisher’s description says mary trump draws a "portrait of donald J. Trump and the toxic family" that made him what he is today: a man "who now threatens the health, economic security and social fabric of the world". Mary trump is the daughter of donald trump’s oldest brother fred, who died in 1981.

Robert trump had based the lawsuit against his niece on the fact that mary trump violated a confidentiality agreement with the book. This had been concluded in connection with the estate settlement of her grandfather – i.E. The president’s father. President trump has called the planned publication illegal, citing the confidentiality agreement.

Judge greenwald now found that only the financial aspect to the estate was confidential. The judge also argued that prohibiting the publication would serve no purpose. The book has already been delivered in rough numbers. In addition, constitutional law takes precedence over contracts, in particular the right to freedom of speech from the first amendment to the constitution.

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