Mary Trump, the niece of Donald Trump, breaks records with the sale of her new book “Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man», the unauthorized family history of the President of the United States, which the White House has classified as a book of falsehoods.
The controversial book that portrays the history of the Trump family from an insider’s view, has sold nearly a million copies on the first day of its presentation last Tuesday, according to the company Simon & Schuster, who have reported on its sales record.
The niece of the American president, author of the unauthorized biography, which Trump tried to prevent from being sold, had to face litigation with Robert Trump, the president’s brother, who accused her in a court of violating a confidentiality agreement on the inheritance from Fred Trump, Mary’s grandfather, without success, a New York judge allowed the book to be released.
Mary Trump, a clinical psychologist, has based her successful book on a professional analysis of her uncle Donald Trump, whom she has accused of narcissism, “Donald is not simply weak, his ego is something fragile and must be reinforced at all times because he knows deep down that he is nothing of what he claims to be”, says the author, who also tells passages from the president’s youth, and blames his grandfather Fred Trump for having been very hard on his children, while the White House has denied the claim, assuring that Donald Trump had a very good relationship with his father.
The book has revealed details about the magnate’s personality, such as when Mary Trump accuses the President of the United States of having paid a friend to take the SAT test – a test that tests college students – posing as for him, «He feared that his grade point average, which placed him far from the top of his class, would ruin his efforts to be accepted«, says the writer.
Mary’s relationship with the Trumps was always tense because her father Freddy Trump passed away from alcoholism. When her grandfather died, the Trump brothers decided to exclude her from the inheritance, she and her brother had to sue the family so that finally in 2001, under a confidentiality pact, they reached an agreement, a pact that has been broken due to the book.