Washington, July 7
The writer of a tell-all memoir written by US President Donald Trump’s niece Mary is planning to launch the e-book on July 14 regardless of an ongoing litigation aimed toward blocking the e-book, the media report.
On Monday, writer Simon & Schuster introduced that “due to high demand and extraordinary interest”, it was shifting up the e-book’s publication date by two weeks, to July 14 from July 28, Politico information reported.
According to a BBC report, Mary Trump’s upcoming e-book, “Too Much and Never Enough, How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man” claims to disclose “a nightmare of traumas, destructive relationships, and a tragic combination of neglect and abuse”.
Mary Trump, a scientific psychologist, argues within the e-book that Donald Trump was emotionally hobbled at a younger age as a result of his mom fell sick and his hard-charging, real-estate-developer father made no effort to take over childrearing duties.
President Trump brother Robert has launched a authorized drive to attempt to stop publication of the e-book by contending that it violates a non-disclosure settlement (NDA) in a 2001 settlement deal associated to the property of their father, Fred, who died in 1999.
Earlier this month, President Trump mentioned that his niece was violating the NDA, which in accordance with him is a “very powerful one” that “covers everything”.
This is the second e-book that Trump and his associates have been looking for to dam.
Earlier this month, the US Justice Department was denied an injunction to dam a memoir by John Bolton, the President’s former National Security Adviser.
“The Room Where It Happened: A White House Memoir”, is because of go on sale later this month.—IANS