Trump’s niece wrote a book with “heartbreaking and obscene stories” about her uncle

The release of US President Donald Trump’s niece Mary Trump’s book, Too Much and Never Misses, is scheduled for August 11, The Daily Beast found out. Simon & Schuster keeps its details a secret.

The book (Too Much And Never Enough) will be released on August 11, a few weeks before the congress of the US Republican Party, at which Trump should be nominated for president.

According to the sources of the publication, the book will tell the story of Trump’s niece about how she played a decisive role in the New York Times publications on the tax schemes of the Trump family.

In 2018, The New York Times launched an investigation into Trump and his family’s “apparent fraud” cases in the 1990s. The material claimed that the father and mother of the current president of the United States, Fred and Mary Trump, donated more than $ 1 billion to their children without paying the corresponding taxes. Thanks to fraudulent schemes, they transferred only $ 52.2 million to the state, and they owed $ 550 million. Trump, in particular, then received an amount equivalent to the current $ 413 million. According to the publication, he helped parents evade taxes, so he received more than other children (Trump has two sisters and two brothers). The New York Times received the Pulitzer Prize.

In the book, Trump’s niece said that she was the main source of information for this investigation. She handed over to Fred Trump’s tax returns and other confidential family financial records.

Simon & Schuster is carefully guarding the details of the book, but, as The Daily Beast found out, it will also contain memories of Trump’s older sister, retired federal judge Marianne Trump-Barry. These are intimate and incriminating thoughts about her brother, sources told the publication.

Mary Trump, now 55, is the daughter of Donald Trump’s older brother. Fred Trump Jr. died in 1981 at the age of 42 from a heart attack caused by complications from alcoholism. In the book, according to The Daily Beast, Mary Trump accuses her grandfather Fred Trump and Uncle Donald Trump of involvement in the death of his father. In her opinion, the man suffering from alcoholism was not given the necessary attention.

Trump was elected President of the United States in November 2016, on January 20, 2017, he was inaugurated. He intends to run for a second term. His main rival is likely to be former US Vice President Joe Biden, representing the Democratic Party.