Donald Trump has undergone ‘child abuse’ at the hands of his father, the president’s niece will claim in her explosive memoir.
Mary Trump will write that “love meant nothing” to Fred Trump Sr, and he just wanted obedience that the president had forced him to give.
She will write that Donald’s mother fell ill when he was two years old, making him “completely dependent on a caregiver (Fred Sr) who also caused him terror”.
Neglected by his workaholic father, Mary claims that the president has “suffered deprivations that would leave him with lifelong scars.”
On the back of her book it says, “Today, Donald Trump is about what he was when he was three years old: unable to grow, learn or evolve, unable to regulate his emotions, moderate his reactions or record and synthesize information. ‘
Simon & Schuster released the back cover when they announced they created Mary’s memoir Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family the world’s most dangerous man two weeks earlier.
Donald Trump suffered ‘child abuse’ at the hands of his father Fred Trump Sr, the President’s niece, Mary Trump, claims in her explosive memoir
The 55-year-old will write that ‘love meant nothing’ to Fred Sr and he just wanted obedience that Donald had forced him to give The book claims that Fred Sr ’caused [Donald] terror “and he” suffered hardships that would leave him with lifelong scars. ” In the photo: Donald Trump as a child
Simon & Schuster released the back when they announced they created Mary’s (left) memoir Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family the world’s most dangerous man (right) two weeks early
The book is now out on July 14 instead of July 28 due to “ high demand and extraordinary interest, ” making it number 1 on the Amazon bestseller list.
The memoir is still the subject of a legal dispute between Mary and the Trump family, and a hearing is scheduled for Thursday before a judge in Dutchess County, north of New York City.
On the back of the book it says that “child abuse is in a sense a question of” too much “or” not enough “.
It says, “Donald’s mother fell ill when he was two and a half, suddenly taking away his main source of comfort and human contact. His father, Fred, became his only available parent.
But Fred firmly believed that it was not his duty to deal with young children, and he kept his job of twelve hours a day, six days a week at Trump Management, as if his children could take care of themselves.
From the beginning, Fred’s self-interest lost his priorities and his care for children reflected his own needs, not theirs. He couldn’t empathize with Donald’s plight, so his son’s fears and desires stayed away.
“Love meant nothing to Fred; he expected obedience, that was all. Over time, Donald became concerned that asking for comfort or attention would stir his father’s anger or indifference when Donald was most vulnerable.
That Fred becoming the primary source of Donald’s comfort if he were more likely to be a source of fear or rejection put Donald in an intolerable position: total dependence on a caregiver who also caused him terror. Donald suffered hardships that would leave him scarred for life. ‘
The memoir is still the subject of a legal dispute between Mary and the Trump family and a hearing is scheduled for Thursday before a judge in Dutchess County, north of New York City
On the back cover (photo) of her book it says, “ Today Donald Trump is about what he was when he was three years old: unable to grow, learn or evolve, unable to regulate his emotions, his reactions to moderate or record and synthesize information ‘
Mary, 55, is a psychologist and her publishers say she has a unique insight into what makes the Trumps tick.
She spent much of her childhood at her grandparents’ home in Queens, New York, sitting in the front row of her “toxic” family.
The book is also expected to reveal that Mary was the primary source of the New York Times’ Pulitzer Prize-winning survey of the president’s tax history.
Mary is the child of Fred Trump Jr, the President’s older brother, who died in 1981 after struggling with alcoholism
That report, published in October 2018, found that the President received more than $ 400 million in today’s dollars from his father’s real estate empire and had been involved in “fraudulent” tax systems, crushing his image as a self-made man .
The legal battle over the book revolves around a nondisclosure agreement that Mary signed twenty years ago over a dispute over her grandfather Fred Sr.’s estate. to settle.
The Trumps claim this prevents her from writing a memoir, but she disagrees.
Simon & Schuster have already revealed other details from the book, including how the Trump family’s financial value is the same as self-worth; people are valued only in money. ‘
The book will reveal that ‘a’ killer ‘instinct is revered, while qualities like empathy, kindness and expertise are punished.
According to Mary, “taking responsibility for your failures among the Trump family is discouraged” and “cheating as a way of life.”
In an affidavit filed last week, Mary claimed she relied on “false valuations” from the rest of her family to determine how much she got from Fred Sr’s will.
Mary previously claimed in a lawsuit that the Trump family abused a mentally handicapped Fred Sr to have her and her brother, Fred Trump III, removed from his will.
The siblings are the children of Fred Trump Jr, the president’s older brother, who died in 1981 after struggling with alcoholism all his life.