Trump's niece is publishing a tell-all book that says she leaked tax documents to help The New York Times investigate the president's finances
President Donald Trump's niece Mary Trump's Twitter profile, which is reported to release a report on her family drama in August.
President Donald Trump's niece, Mary L. Trump, is publishing a book that will prove to be the main source of a New York Times investigation into the president's finances, The Daily Beast reported.
Mary Trump will say that she has provided The Times with confidential family tax documents, The Daily Beast said.
The Times' investigation later revealed that the president was not a man-made man, but that his father strengthened his failed business by hundreds of millions of dollars in the 1990s.
Mary Trump is the daughter of Fred Trump Jr., the president's older brother, who died in 1981 from the effects of alcoholism at the age of 42.
People familiar with the book told The Daily Beast that Mary Trump would also accuse her uncle of being involved in her father's death.
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President Donald Trump's niece will publish a comprehensive book on her family drama in August, in which she has published tax documents, according to The Daily Beast, to aid a New York Times investigation into his finances.
Mary Trump, 55, is the daughter of Fred Trump Jr., the president's older brother, who died in 1981 from a heart attack caused by alcoholism in 1981 at the age of 42.
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Her book "Too Much and Never Enough" is due to be published by Simon & Schuster on August 11, three months before the presidential election and days before the Republican National Convention.
People who knew their book told The Daily Beast that it would be filled with "harrowing and brutal" stories about the president.
According to The Daily Beast, she will identify herself as the main source for the New York Times' 2018 Pulitzer Prize synopsis on the president's finances by presenting her grandfather's tax returns and other confidential financial documents.
The Times' investigation had shown that the president was not a homemade man, but that his father had strengthened his failed business in the 1990s by injecting more than $ 400 million into today's dollars.
Trump in the White House.
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Mary Trump's book will also claim that Donald Trump and his father played a role in his brother's death by neglecting him when he needed their help, The Daily Beast reported.
According to the sources, the book would also include talks with the president's sister, Maryanne Trump Barry, a retired federal judge who, according to The Daily Beast, is said to express "damned thoughts about her brother".
Since Fred Trump Sr.'s death in 1999, there has been bad blood between Mary Trump and her uncle Donald.
Mary Trump and her brother Fred Trump III denied Fred Trump Sr.'s will because he divided most of his fortune between his four surviving grandchildren and did not give Mary and Fred their father's share of the inheritance.
However, they received the same $ 200,000 that was given to each surviving grandchild.
Donald Trump, second from right, with his siblings Robert, Elizabeth, Fred Jr. and Maryanne.
In response, Trump and two of his siblings tried to cut the two out of family health insurance - which was a big blow to Fred Trump III, who has a son with cerebral palsy who needs extensive care.
Mary Trump gave the New York Daily News a rare interview about the case in 2000, saying her "aunt and uncles should be ashamed," referring to Donald and his brothers and Maryanne Trump Barry.
Donald Trump told the store at the time that his father discounted the legacy of Mary Trump and Fred Trump III because he had an "enormous dislike" for their mother Linda Clapp. The couple's marriage was short-lived.
"I think he had the feeling that if it goes to the two children, maybe it can go indirectly to the mother," he said. "He felt that the mother was the cause of some of Fred's difficulties and Fred had a difficult life."
The President has spoken several times about his older brother's struggle against alcoholism and said that is the reason why he does not drink.
Fred Trump Jr. was once his father's heir, but eventually left the family business to become a pilot, causing his younger brother to rise through the ranks.
Last year, Trump told the Washington Post that he regretted pressuring his brother to be more interested in the family business.
However, he did not take responsibility for his brother's death and said, "I don't think there was much we could do at that time."
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