Mary Trump's book about the president a bestseller

Brunilde Fioravanti
Luglio 19, 2020

President Donald Trump's niece discussed his racism during a Thursday interview with MSNBC's Rachel Maddow.

Bolton's e-book from inside of the White Residence, "The Room In which It Transpired", arrived at No. 1 on Usa TODAY's best-sellers record before this month, promoting additional than 780,000 copies in its initially 7 days.

He added, "She also broke the Law by givng out my Tax Returns".

"Mary Trump's tell-all book had sold a staggering 950,000 copies by the end of its first day on sale, publisher Simon & Schuster said Thursday", CNN reported Thursday.

President Trump brother Robert had launched a legal drive to try to prevent publication of the book by contending that it violates a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) in a 2001 settlement deal related to the estate of their father, Fred, who died in 1999. "He is not going to get better and he is without question going to get worse".

In a Twitter tirade, Trump claimed that he is the "ultimate member of The Book of the Month Club" because of the recent string of scathing stories told about him in new blockbuster books. "Many books are written, some great, some terrible".

"Both thankfully and regrettably, there'll be more to come back " He composed of the future biographers.

Mary's lawyer, Theodore Boutrous had said, "This book, which addresses matters of great public concern and importance about a sitting president in an election year, should not be suppressed even for one day".

Maddow asked Mary Trump whether that was a generalization about her family's casual bigotry or if she'd actually heard her uncle use racist language.

"Honestly, I'm in very good company", she added.

In the sequence of tweets Friday, Trump also had option text for John Bolton, calling his former countrywide protection adviser a "lowlife dummy".

"Just generally with the older generations as if it were horrifically commonplace and ordinary to say such things", she said. But a NY judge ultimately allowed its release.

Donald Trump has described his psychologist niece as a "mess" who knows little about him after she criticised the US President as a narcissist who was "utterly incapable" of leading the country.

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