Mary L. Trump, President Trump’s niece, leaked important monetary paperwork in regards to the Trump household to the New York Times in 2017 in an effort to wreck the president, she wrote in a coming ebook that tells a bitter story in regards to the president’s upbringing and household dynamics.
In her memoir, Ms. Trump stated she determined to share the paperwork—some associated to a decades-old dispute inside the household over her grandfather’s property—due to her considerations concerning the insurance policies of the president.
“I needed to take Donald down,” Ms. Trump wrote in “Too A lot and By no means Sufficient: How My Household Created The World’s Most Harmful Man,” a duplicate of which was obtained by The WSJ. The ebook shall be printed on July 14 by Simon & Schuster, the book-publishing arm of ViacomCBS Inc.
“I grabbed copies of my grandfather’s wills, floppy disks with all the depositions from the lawsuit, and a few of my grandfather’s financial institution data—all of which I used to be legally entitled to as a part of the lawsuit—and stuffed them into my luggage,” she wrote.