Trump family tries to block publication of book by president's niece – report

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Donald Trump's family has gone to court to try and block U.S. President Mary Trump's niece's publication of a scrapbook, the New York Times reported.
According to her New York publisher Simon & Schuster, Mary Trump's book will describe "a nightmare of trauma, destructive relationships, and a tragic combination of neglect and abuse" within the Trump clan.
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The New York Times announced that Trump's brother Robert Trump had filed a preliminary injunction with the Queens County Substitute Court in New York, which oversaw the estate of the late family patriarch Fred Trump.
The court records state that Mary Trump had previously signed a nondisclosure agreement and the book violated its terms, the newspaper reported.
Mary Trumps Too Much and Never Enough: How my family created the most dangerous man in the world is expected to be released in July and has already sparked a storm of media coverage based solely on the editor's notes, which include content as an explanation for the inner workings from "one of the most powerful and dysfunctional families in the world".
According to her social media profiles, Mary Trump, a clinical psychologist from Long Island, is not a fan of her famous and powerful uncle and has strongly advocated liberal concerns.
It is also not the only book that is currently burdening the Trump administration. Trump's former national security adviser John Bolton has just released his unvarnished report on working for the White House - which Trump also tried to block. This book has triggered days with negative headlines worldwide.

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