Judge lifts ban on publishing a scandalous book of niece Trump

The Court of Appeal overturned a previous decision to postpone the publication of Mary Trump, the niece of the US president.

The New York State Supreme Court’s Appeals Division said Wednesday that it would reverse the previous decision to delay publication of the book. This decision will allow the Simon & Schuster publishing house to print and distribute the book Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the Most Dangerous Person in the World.

Mary Trump is the daughter of President Fred Trump Jr.’s elder brother, who died of a heart attack in 1981 at the age of 42. Trump’s other brother Robert is suing her and Simon & Schuster to stop printing the book, as this violates the non-disclosure agreement signed by all the president’s relatives.

Judge Alan D. Scheinkman ruled that “the evidence presented is not sufficient for the plaintiff to successfully substantiate his claim.”

The book will be released on July 28.