Mary Trump, Donald Trump's niece, dishes on 'toxic family,' 'dark history' in book coming in July
President Donald Trump's niece Mary Trump has written a book about the president and it will be published on July 28, according to Simon & Schuster.
The Simon & Schuster publishing house describes the book as "an insightful, authoritative portrait of Donald J. Trump and the poisonous family that produced him". The book says that Mary Trump, a clinical psychologist and the president's only niece, "shines a bright light on her family's dark history to explain how her uncle became the man who is now health, economic security, and the social security in the world threatens substance. "
The book, titled "Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Made the Most Dangerous Man in the World" appears less than a month before Trump accepts Republicans' nominations for a second term. The Republican National Convention is scheduled for August 24-27, and Trump's speech has been moved from North Carolina to Jacksonville, Florida for coronavirus. The move came after the governor of North Carolina, Roy Cooper, and the mayor of Charlotte, Vi Lyles, both Democrats, failed to commit to fully organizing Congress, as originally planned, amid the pandemic and social distancing measures Corona virus - which caused Trump's anger to express his displeasure on Twitter. Charlotte will hold some of the business meetings.
"Too Much and Never Enough" teases insight into the Trump family's secrets, saying that the author "spent much of her childhood in the grand, imposing house of her grandparents in the heart of Queens, where Donald and his four siblings She describes a nightmare of trauma, destructive relationships, and a tragic combination of neglect and abuse. "
Mary Trump is the daughter of President Trump's late brother Fred Trump Jr.
The description of the non-fiction calls her "a first-hand witness to countless holiday meals and family interactions", while giving "ruthless" details about "everything from her uncle Donald's spotlight to the family and Ivana's penchant for resurgence to the common injuries and illnesses." her grandmother and "promises the horrific way Donald, Fred Trump 's favorite son, fired and ridiculed him when he started to succumb to Alzheimer's. "
Simon & Schuster has drawn attention to other publisher-related Trump books this month, including an unauthorized biography of First Lady Melania Trump, "The Art of Her Deal," by Washington Post reporter, Mary Jordan, and an upcoming book from President Trump's one-time national security advisor John Bolton. "The room where it happened: A memory of the White House" is expected to be released on June 23, claiming that Trump's attempt to force Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden was not his only foreign misstep.
The publisher and its imprints are also responsible for Bob Woodward's "Fear: Trump in the White House", which debuted at # 1 on USA TODAY's bestseller list and stayed on the list for 16 weeks, and for Omarosa Manigault Newman's "Unhinged" : An Inside Report on Trump's White House, ”which debuted at number 3 and stayed on the list for five weeks. Both books were published in 2018.
Contributors: Andrea Mandell, Julia Thompson Jeanine Santucci, Joey Garrison, Ledyard King
This article originally appeared in the US TODAY: Donald Trump's niece Mary Trump tells everything about the family in a new book
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