Mary Trump, the daughter of Donald Trump’s late brother Fred Trump Jr., will write a tell-all book titled ‘Too Much and Never Enough,’ to be released in August, detailing her role in acting as the primary source for the Pulitzer-winning NY Times investigation into “Trump’s dubious tax schemes,” and share “harrowing and salacious stories” about the president.
Like many stories about the Trump family, this book promises to share “intimate and damning thoughts,” including Donald’s contributions to his brother’s death, by which he put pressure on him to run the family business while he was suffering from alcoholism. Although he has said he feels regret for doing so.
Courtroom drama ensued in 2000, when the subject of Fred Trump Sr.’s will came about, with accusations from Trump Jr.’s children saying that Donald and his siblings had it “procured by fraud and undue influence.” The resulting feud ended up with Trump and his siblings opting to cut off healthcare coverage for his nephew’s chronically-ill child. Mary Trump, in comparison to her family, has not been the most visible in the media, but her dismay with her uncle finally spurred her into speaking out.
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