Court Will Not Block Mary Trump's Tell-All Book on the President
Mary Trump's book Too Much and Never Enough will go on sale July 28.
Mary Trump is President Trump's niece. She discloses "How My Family Created the World's Most Dangerous Man.
In this revelatory, authoritative portrait of Donald J. Trump and the toxic family that made him, Mary L. Trump, a trained clinical psychologist and Donald’s only niece, shines a bright light on the dark history of their family in order to explain how her uncle became the man who now threatens the world’s health, economic security, and social fabric.
The President claims the book violates a nondisclosure agreement but he lost that case in court today.
Judge Tosses Lawsuit
Trump Files Claim in Wrong Court
The Surrogate Court strictly handles the wills and assets of the deceased.
Queens County Surrogate Court Judge Peter Kelly cited “several improprieties” in Robert Trump’s filing that rendered it “fatally defective”—including that it was based on the official disposition of patriarch Fred Trump Sr.’s estate, which wrapped up in 2001 and is thus for legal purposes “nonexistent.”
“The irrefutable conclusion is, regardless of the outcome of this matter, the administration of this estate will not be impacted one iota," said Kelly
Judge Kelly suggested the New York State Supreme Court.
Internal Family Dynamics
The Daily Beast has the Family's concerns.
In the book, Mary Trump is not only expected to discuss difficult internal family dynamics and offer revelations about a younger Donald Trump; she is also expected to out herself as a primary source behind a Pulitzer-winning New York Times investigation into her uncle’s taxes.
Temporary Restraining Order
The president and his brother claim 'no amount of money' can undo the damage that will be done if the book is published.
In their application for a temporary restraining order, the Trumps said that they would suffer 'irreparable harm' if Mary's book is released next month as planned.
They argued that Mary agreed not to write a memoir back in 2001 under the terms of a settlement which resolved a bitter family dispute over the estate of family patriarch Fred Trump Sr.
As soon as the book is published, Trump will dismiss it as old nonsense.
His claim of irreparable harm will then vanish, even if it's true, at least until the election.
At that time Trump will blame his niece, the media, China, Russia, Covid, BLM, liberals, fake conservatives, Germany and Martians.