Melania Trump : your 1st meeting disastrous with the family of Donald Trump

Donald Trump and Melania Knauss in New York city in 1999 Zuma Press  Bestimage

Donald Trump and Melania Knauss in New York city in 1999 Zuma Press Bestimage

The White House immediately hit back, describing Ms Mary Trump's Too Much And Never Enough: How My Family Created the World's Most Dangerous Man as "a book of falsehoods".

Mary L Trump, a psychologist, writes that Trump's re-election would be catastrophic and that "lying, playing to the lowest common denominator, cheating, and sowing division are all he knows".

In her new e-book, Mary Trump alleges that, when Donald was a boy, he hid his child brother Robert's adored Tonka vehicles and pretended he did not know exactly where they were being.

Mary Trump wrote that she considered speaking out against her uncle at various times, including the summer of 2016, but was reluctant to do so for fear of being "painted as a disgruntled, disinherited niece looking to cash in or settle a score".

White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said of the book: "It's ridiculous, absurd accusations that have absolutely no bearing in truth".

In the book, Mary Trump said she didn't take her uncle's run for the presidency seriously when he first ran.

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Mary wrote that Trump exclusively weighs individuals with cash and has made dishonest dishonest a lifestyle.

She said the two men did not meet until after Trump had transferred to the prestigious Wharton for his junior year, when Shapiro was an undergraduate at the University of Pennsylvania. The book is titled, Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World's Most Dangerous Man.

He's been very candid about his feelings about Trump, and Mary's book, saying that it, and Trump's expected response to it, only prove that the president is a loser who would never have had any success without his father's money and name to finance him, and that he's a liar who will soon be raining attacks on his own family.

Their father, Fred Trump Jr., is the president's older brother; he died in 1981.

Fred Trump Sr. wanted his eldest son, Fred Jr.

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Mary writes: "Donald, following the lead of my grandfather and with the complicity, silence and inaction of his siblings, destroyed my father".

In one particularly disturbing scene from a trip to Mar-a-Lago, Mary recounts how when she was 29 and wearing a bathing suit and a pair of shorts to lunch at the resort, her uncle looked up at her and remarked, "Holy shit, Mary".

It was announced by On July 6 by Simon & Schuster that they moved the publication date to July 14 due to "high demand and extraordinary interest". Donald mentioned that Mary had previously signed a "very powerful" non-disclosure agreement that "covers everything" and hence she wasn't allowed to write the book.

The Trump administration tried blocking the release of the book but a judge last week lifted an injunction on its publication.

Mary, 55, writes: "Melania was five years younger than I was".

She stopped at one of Hillary Clinton and silently thought to herself 'how this could have happened?' The questions prompted CNN's Erin Burnett to ask Alice Hafter-Frankston - who has been conducting interviews as Mary Trump's "best friend" while Mary is under a gag order - to account for the discrepancy between stories.

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