Mary Trump Wins Court Battle, Reveals Tea on Donald Trump & Brings Receipts
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Mary Trump and her publisher, Simon & Schuster, win the court battle to publish her book.
Mary Trump speaks out via court filings revealing that Donald Trump, her uncle, defrauded her, allegedly.
Her affidavit says, “The New York Times’s detailed analysis and investigation revealed for the first time that the valuations on which I had relied in entering into the Settlement Agreement, and which were used to determine my compensation under the Agreement, were fraudulent. I relied on the false valuations provided to me by my uncles and aunt, and would never have entered into the Agreement had I known the true value of the assets involved.”
It appears that Donald Trump defrauded his own niece.
Trump must be extremely worried about what this book will reveal about him.
Trump was reportedly blindsided two weeks ago when news of Mary Trump’s book broke.
Mary Trump is poised to expose Trump just two weeks before the Republican National Convention.
Mary Trump’s new book is expected to share delicious details on how she was the source that leaked her grandfather's tax documents to the New York Times.
Mary’s book also reportedly contains detailed conversations with the president’s sister, retired judge Maryanne Trump Barry. The book allegedly contains, “intimate and damning thoughts about her brother.”
Mary Trump will drop her tell-all book Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World's Most Dangerous Man onJuly 28, 2020.