Donald Trump’s disdain for and mistreatment of humanity — including his own flesh and blood — is about to come back and take a giant bite out of his fat ass later this year when his niece, Mary, publishes a book which is reportedly filled with lots of “salacious” details about the president, including how terribly he treated his brother, Fred Jr.
The Daily Beast reports that the book, entitled Too Much And Never Enough, is set to hit bookshelves on August 11, just weeks before the Republican National Convention is held in Jacksonville, Florida on August 24:
“One of the most explosive revelations Mary will detail in the book, according to people familiar with the matter, is how she played a critical role helping The New York Times print startling revelations about Trump’s taxes, including how he was involved in ‘fraudulent’ tax schemes and had received more than $400 million in today’s dollars from his father’s real estate empire.
“As she is set to outline in her book, Mary was a primary source for the paper’s Pulitzer Prize-winning investigation, supplying Fred Trump Sr.’s tax returns and other highly confidential family financial documentation to the paper.”
Mary’s uncle, Fred Jr., was the eldest of the Trump sons. He died in 1982 from a heart attack brought on by chronic alcoholism, and the book will detail exactly how Donald and his father, Fred Sr. failed to help Fred Jr. at a time when he most needed them:
“The circumstances of Fred Trump Jr.’s descent into alcoholism are also aired in the book, with allegations that Donald and Fred Trump Sr. contributed to his death and neglected him at critical stages of his addiction.”
Additionally, there’s the matter of a how Donald and his other siblings callously cut off financial and medical support to a young nephew with a cerebral palsy.
While books have been written about Trump by former staffers, Too Much And Never Enough will be the first time a member of the family has been willing to spill secrets that could potentially humiliate the president so close to the November election.
In an interview she gave in 2000, Mary Trump had this to say about her uncle:
“My aunt and uncles should be ashamed of themselves. I’m sure they are not.”
But as the old saying reminds us, She who laughs last laughs loudest.