Prior to its release today, the controversial tell-all book written by US President's niece Mary Trump has become Amazon's #1 best selling book, as the public grows more curious than ever to learn more about the 45th president of the United States, who might be able to score a second term in the White House next November.
@realDonaldTrump— Kataclysmic (@Katnnthehat) July 14, 2020
Just sitting down with a good book...
DADDY ISSUES-Narcissism/Antisocial personality disorder/
Dependant personality disorder/Learning disability/Caffeine Induced Sleep dis-
This hot mess sits in the white house..
Oh yeah, & DEAD PEOPLE#COVID19, #MaryTrump pic.twitter.com/kyiZNu5kMz
I don’t have enough red stickies to flag everything that’s good in Mary Trump’s book. pic.twitter.com/nU8nqYNtNU— Tim O'Brien (@TimOBrien) July 7, 2020
The book titled "Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World's Most Dangerous Man" has stirred a lot of debate weeks before its release, especially as it was described as a bombshell book that will "reveal many of the US President's darkest secrets."
Last night, a New York judge ruled that Mary Trump can finally speak to the press to promote her new book, lifting a previous gag rule, a decision that came just in time for the controversial book's release.
Mary Trump, daughter of Trump's late older brother, Fred Jr, is a certified professional life coach who took the chance to "diagnose" her uncle and grandfather's behaviors using psychology terms; saying "Fred Sr was a sociopath" and Donald Trump is "a narcissist who suffers an antisocial personality disorder."
I understand his motivations better after reading Mary Trump’s introduction to her book. pic.twitter.com/VRjVvqdqJR— Suzanne Stephens (@suzstephens) July 14, 2020
Here's Mary Trump, recently, smiling in the Oval Office, proud of her uncle Donald Trump, before she became the latest 'liar for hire' trying to cash in with a book deal. Notice the President keeps a picture of his father behind him, even though she claims he hated him: pic.twitter.com/Jn843ukv1w— MARK SIMONE (@MarkSimoneNY) July 9, 2020
Despite many social media users expressing their rejection of the book's content, saying that it's "all an attempt to cash in some money by the president's niece", especially as the US approaches critical elections, many others posted pictures, showing that they're reading the book that has already been made available on Kindle devices, in addition to excerpts that "shocked them the most."
1. Donald Trump hit on his 29-year-old niece Mary when he saw her in a bathing suit during a family vacation at his Mar-a-Lag resort in Florida, reportedly "complementing her breasts".
Trump, talking about his niece “Holy shit Mary, you’re stacked!!”— Bas ‼️ anti facist‼️ (@baswip) July 9, 2020
His niece for Christ sake. ?? pic.twitter.com/5tjdvr2cor
2. The US President paid to get a high SAT score so he could enter undergraduate school.
Paging Joe Shapiro. On p. 72 of her new book, Mary Trump says Donald Trump paid Shapiro — “a smart kid with a reputation for being a good test taker” — to sit in for him during the SAT tests so he could get into Wharton. Donald “paid his buddy well,” Mary writes. pic.twitter.com/nqmHajVFwP— Tim O'Brien (@TimOBrien) July 7, 2020
3. He went to the cinema the day his older brother Fred Jr passed away in 1981.
Trump's brother Fred died on 26 September 1981. In his niece's book, Mary claims DT didn't go to the hospital but chose to go to the cinema instead— Quint (@Indy_Quint) July 8, 2020
She didn't know what film
On 25 September 1981 True Confessions was released
4. Donald Trump didn't recognize his daughter-in-law, who had joined the family 8 years earlier during a 2017 family dinner. but praised her speech.
And this gem: "Donald gestured towards Eric Trump’s wife, his daughter-in-law. 'Lara, there,' he said. 'I barely even knew who the fuck she was, honestly, but then she gave a great speech during the campaign in Georgia supporting me.' The couple had been together for 8 years." https://t.co/BE9y6D6KiM— Michael Bonfiglio (@mbonfiglio2000) July 7, 2020
5. His own sister, Maryanne Trump Barry, responded to his announcement of running for president in 2015 in shock describing him as "a clown."
According to Mary Trump’s forthcoming book, this is how President Trump’s sister, who is a retired federal judge, talks about her brother.— Yashar Ali ? (@yashar) July 7, 2020
“He’s a clown...he has no principles!” https://t.co/4V243X07al pic.twitter.com/7NRcYaFye1
6. Ivanka's in-laws "didn't think she was good enough" for their son, Jared Kushner, until she converted to Judaism.
The most interesting bit in Mary Trump's new book to me is that Ivanka was sneered down upon by the Kushner's. They thought she was too trashy for their family being a sniveling Trump and all. Ivanka converting to Judaism got her in good with Jared's Daddy however.— Giant Communist Robot ☭?? (@scatterblack) July 7, 2020
7. Donald Trump's father had often used anti-semitic language such as "Jew me down."
NEW: Some details from Mary Trump's new book: Trump cheated on the SAT ... Trump's sister called him a "clown" after campaign launch ... Trump's dad used anti-Semitic language ... Trump's history of crude remarks about women extends into his own family. https://t.co/haqiu4ZzC4— Daniel Lippman (@dlippman) July 7, 2020
8. The US President has suffered an "un-diagnosed learning disability" for years.
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