Trump’s Lawsuit To Stop Mary Trump’s Tell-all Book Failed!

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Justice Peter Kelly tossed Trump’s legal effort to stop Mary Trump’s tell-all book out of court on Thursday.

Trump seems worried about this book that his niece, Mary Trump, is publishing.

This weekend, Trump bragged to Axios that he had a nondisclosure agreement that prevents her book from being published. Apparently, the judge didn’t agree.

Trump was reportedly blindsided last week when news of Mary Trump’s book broke.

Mary Trump is poised to expose Trump just two weeks before the Republican National Convention.

Her new book is expected to share juicy 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 is seeking payback because Donald Trump was allegedly behind the decision to cut off financial support for needed medical care for Fred’s son William, who suffered from cerebral palsy.

Mary Trump will drop her tell-all book Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World's Most Dangerous Man on July 28, 2020.