As if Donald Trump does not have enough to worry about with Joe Biden leading in the polls, protests raging across the nation, his popularity numbers plummeting, a deadly virus making a comeback, questions about his health and John Bolton’s book looming a new threat is on the horizon.
Mary Trump, the daughter of Donald Trump’s deceased brother has written a tell-all book that will be published later this summer and she has no love for her uncle.
Mary Trump, 55, details “harrowing and salacious” stories about Donald Trump, according to people with direct knowledge of the soon to be published book.
Mary is the daughter of Fred Trump Jr. and is Fred Trump Sr.’s eldest grandchild. Her book titled “Too Much and Never Enough” is scheduled to hit bookstores on August 11, just a few weeks before the Republican National Convention.
According to the Daily Beast, one of the major revelations in the book is that Mary played a huge role in aiding the New York Times in print startling facts about Trump’s taxes including how Trump was involved in “fraudulent” tax schemes.
Mary was also a primary source for the Times Pulitzer Prize-winning investigation. She supplied Fred Trump Sr.’s tax returns and another highly confidential family financial documentation to the paper.
The book is being published by Simon & Schuster and most of the book’s content is being closely guarded by the publisher. However, the Daily Beast reports that Mary has included conversations with Trump’s sister, retired federal judge Maryanne Trump Barry, that contains both intimate and damning thoughts about her brother.
Unlike most members of the Trump family, Mary has kept a low profile and has not spoken out publicly for decades. The last time she spoke with the media was in 2000 during a court battle over Fred Trump Sr’s will when she told the New York Daily News, “given this family, it would be utterly naive to say it has nothing to do with money. But for both me and my brother, it has much more to do with that our father [Fred Jr.] be recognized,” she said.
Mary’s book is sure to send major shock waves through the White House just months before the presidential election. Reportedly the bad blood between Trump and his niece goes back more than 20 years to the heated battle over Trump Jr’s will and the actions that Trump took to cut off funding and medical care for Mary’s brother’s sick child.
Now the feud is about to become a public one and most likely a messy one just as Trump struggles to find an answer to his plummeting popularity.
“My aunt and uncles should be ashamed of themselves,” Mary Trump said about Donald Trump and his siblings in that rare 2000 interview, which individuals close to Mary say sets the tone of her book, “I’m sure they are not.”