The explosive tell-all book by Trump’s niece is coming out two weeks earlier than expected2 min read

-Tithi Aggarwal

A highly awaited tell-all book by President Trump’s niece, Mary L. Trump who is a licensed clinical psychologist, will now be published on 14th July which is two weeks earlier than expected. This comes after the Court cleared the way for the book’s publication following a legal challenge by Trump’s brother and allowing Simon & Schuster to continue distributing copies.

The book titled, Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man, was expected to release on 28th July but due to high demand and astonishing interest of the people, the book is ready to release early.

The book includes several allegations about Trump on how ridicule he showed his father after being diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. He is being presented as a dangerous and damaged man with fatal faults, who threatens the world’s health and economic security. The back cover of the book says that Trump is much as he was at three years old: incapable of growing, evolving and learning.

The book climbed to the top of bestseller lists based on the publicity done and how the book will tell the inside stories of the family that shaped the man who became president. With 75,000 copies already printed off the book, it is currently the No. 1 bestselling book on Amazon.

Whereas, Trump denied all the allegations his niece put on him and told that he had a great relationship with his father. He also disclosed that his niece signed a confidential settlement agreement in 2001 following an inheritance settlement which does not allow her to write the script. Mary Trump remains entangled in the legal battle but the court case will not affect the release of her book.

When it was revealed last month, President’s younger brother Robert took legal action to stop its publication. After losing in Queens County Surrogate Court, he took his case to the New York State Supreme Court, winning an injunction against Mary Trump and Simon & Schuster. But an appellate court removed the temporary restraining order against the publisher the very next day. The restraining order is still there against Mary Trump and that’s why she is unable to comment publicly about the book. But her spokesperson says that she is not afraid of Donald Trump.

The next hearing for lifting the restraining order is on 10th July and her attorney is confident that it will be lifted as Supreme Court has never upheld a prior restraint in any case in history where the political speech was involved. 

This is said to be an important book about the President of the United States.