Trump family tries to stop publication of revelation from President’s niece – Deadline

Donald Trump’s family is trying to block a revealing memory that the President’s niece will publish next month.

Trump’s brother Robert Trump filed a request for a temporary restraining order Tuesday in a New York court, The New York Times reported.

The book, Too much and never enough: how my family created the most dangerous man in the world, will be published by Simon & Schuster on July 28, and is expected to describe unflattering details about the family. In advance advertising, the editor said Mary Trump “sheds a bright light on her family’s dark history to explain how her uncle became the man who now threatens the world’s health, economic security and social fabric.”

However, the Trump family said Mary Trump is violating a confidentiality agreement related to the liquidation of the assets of the president’s father, Fred Trump, according to the Times.

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Simon & Schuster also published The room where it happened, says it all the former national security adviser to Donald Trump, John Bolton. Last weekend, a federal judge rejected a move by the Trump administration to block publication of the book, noting that thousands of copies were already in circulation.

In a statement, Simon & Schuster said: “As the plaintiff and his lawyer are well aware, the courts have an unclear view of the prior restriction, and this attempt to block publication will have the same fate as the previous ones. In Too much and never enough: how my family created the most dangerous man in the worldMary Trump has written a compelling personal story of global importance, and we look forward to helping her tell her story. “

Mary Trump is the daughter of the President’s late older brother, Fred Trump Jr.