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Donald Trump attacks his ‘book club’ calling Cousin Mary a ‘mess’ and John Bolton ‘lowlife fool’

Donald Trump attacks his ‘book club’: President calls his niece Mary a ‘mess’, says his parents couldn’t stand her and beats John Bolton as a ‘lowlife fool trying to make a few bucks’ after telling – have published all memoirs

  • President Donald Trump slammed recent scathing tell-all memoirs in a Twitter rant on Friday
  • He shot his cousin Mary Trump as a “mess” and accused her of breaking the law
  • He also accused former National Security Advisor John Bolton of breaking the law, calling him a ‘lowlife dummy’ and ‘bellicose fool’
  • Trump called himself the ‘ultimate member of The Book of the Month Club’
  • Both had published books about the President in recent weeks that Trump was trying to stop from coming out
  • In any event, judges refused strike requests
  • Mary Trump’s book alone sold nearly a million copies in pre-orders

Donald Trump beat his cousin Mary and former National Security Advisor John Bolton on Friday for their all-encompassing memoir about the president.

In a Twitter rant, Trump claimed to be the “ ultimate member of The Book of the Month Club ” because of the recent string of scathing stories told about him in new blockbuster books.

The president launched Bolton and called him a “lowlife dummy” and a “war mongering fool” before accusing him of breaking the law.

He then rounded up niece Mary Trump, whom he called a “mess”, claiming that his parents couldn’t stand her while also accusing her of breaking the law.

President Donald Trump posted his niece May and former National Security Advisor John Bolton on Twitter on Friday night on their all-encompassing memoir about the President

President Donald Trump slammed his niece May and former National Security Advisor John Bolton on Twitter about their all-inclusive memoir about the President on Friday evening

Trump accused both of them of breaking the law, calling his cousin a “mess” and Bolton a “fool”

“I’m the ultimate member of The Book of the Month Club,” Trump began Friday night.

“First I have a lowlife dummy John Bolton, a war-making fool, who breaks the law (he has released huge amounts of secret information) and an NDA to build much-needed credibility and earn a few dollars, all of which eventually go to the government anyway.

“Next is Mary Trump, a rarely seen niece who knows little about me, says untrue things about my wonderful parents (who couldn’t stand her!) And violated me, and her NDA,” he continued.

“She also broke the law by submitting my tax returns. She’s a mess!

“Many books have been written about me, some good, some bad. Fortunately and unfortunately there is more to come! ‘

Thursday, it was revealed that Mary L. Trump’s scathing memoir about her uncle has sold nearly a million copies of pre-orders only.

Publisher Simon & Schuster revealed that the book, dubbed ‘Too Much and Never Enough’, had sold a corporate record of 950,000 copies earlier this week in combined print, digital and audio editions.

Mary Trump

Mary Trump

John Bolton

John Bolton

Trump and his allies had tried to stop both books from cousin Mary Trump (pictured left) and former National Security Advisor John Bolton (pictured right)

Mary Trump's 'Too Much and Never Enough' had sold a company record of 950,000 copies in combined print, digital and audio editions earlier this week

Mary Trump's 'Too Much and Never Enough' had sold a company record of 950,000 copies in combined print, digital and audio editions earlier this week

Mary Trump’s ‘Too Much and Never Enough’ had sold a company record of 950,000 copies in combined print, digital and audio editions earlier this week

John Bolton's memoir 'The Room Where It Happened' was released last month

John Bolton's memoir 'The Room Where It Happened' was released last month

John Bolton’s memoir ‘The Room Where It Happened’ was released last month

Simon & Schuster were also the publisher of Bolton’s ‘The Room Where It Happened’, which sold nearly 800,000 copies in the first week of the month last month.

Trump and his allies had tried to prevent both books from being released, because Bolton had revealed classified information and Mary Trump had violated a nondisclosure agreement.

In any event, judges refused strike requests.

In her book, Mary Trump claims that she heard her uncle use the n-word and anti-Semitic insults and that the family was casually intolerant during her childhood.

The White House has called Mary’s claims “a book of lies,” adding, “The President doesn’t use those words.”

Mary described what her family was doing as “shocking anti-Semitism, shocking racism.”

“Homophobia was never a problem because no one ever talked about gay people, well, until my grandmother called Elton John” an anti-gay insult, “she said. The Washington Post.

In the book, she describes her grandmother Mary who called the choice to have John sing at Princess Diana’s funeral “a disgrace” and said he was a “little” blot on six letters.

She said this led to her decision not to come to her family.

Mary Trump was secretly engaged to a woman, but had to reverse her marriage because her grandfather, Fred Trump Sr., died.

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