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The Trump family fired Melania when Donald took her to the Father’s Day meal

Donald Trump’s brother fired Melania when he brutally took the then 28-year-old model to a family day for Father’s Day, his niece claims in her explosive all-telling book.

Trump had brought his girlfriend and future wife to the family gathering in his apartment in Trump Tower in New York City in June 1998.

At the time, he was still married to his second wife Marla Maples, from whom he would not divorce for another year.

Donald’s niece Mary remembers that her uncle Robert Trump noticed that Melania barely spoke the entire meal, she writes in her new memoir Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man.

But when Mary speculated that it might be because the Slovenian model’s English wasn’t very good, Robert scoffed and said to her, “No, she knows what she’s here for.”

Donald Trump's brother, Robert, fired Melania when he brutally took the then 28-year-old model to the family's Father's Day meal, his niece claims in her explosive tell-all book

Donald Trump’s brother, Robert, fired Melania when he brutally took the then 28-year-old model to the family’s Father’s Day meal, his niece claims in her explosive tell-all book

Trump had brought his girlfriend and future wife to the family gathering at his apartment in Trump Tower in New York City in June 1998. At the time, he was still married to his second wife Marla Maples, from whom he would not divorce for a year.  .  Pictured: Trump, Maples and their daughter Tiffany in the late 1990s

Trump had brought his girlfriend and future wife to the family gathering at his apartment in Trump Tower in New York City in June 1998. At the time, he was still married to his second wife Marla Maples, from whom he would not divorce for a year.  .  Pictured: Trump, Maples and their daughter Tiffany in the late 1990s

Trump had brought his girlfriend and future wife to the family gathering at his apartment in Trump Tower in New York City in June 1998. At the time, he was still married to his second wife Marla Maples, from whom he would not divorce for a year. . Pictured: Trump, Maples and their daughter Tiffany in the late 1990s

Mary Trump last month

Mary Trump last month

Cover of Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family created the world's most dangerous man

Cover of Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family created the world's most dangerous man

Donald’s niece Mary remembers that her uncle Robert Trump noticed that Melania barely spoke the entire meal, she writes in her new memoir Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man. But when Mary speculated that it might be because the Slovenian model’s English wasn’t very good, Robert scoffed and said to her, “No, she knows what she’s here for.”

Mary writes that she had never met Melania before. She described Donald’s home as “even colder and less like a home” than the Trump family’s home in Queens, New York.

Mary, 55, writes, “Melania was five years younger than me. She sat a little sideways next to Donald with her ankles crossed. I noticed how smooth she looked ‘.

As they began to speak, Donald commented that Mary “left school,” which Mary admitted was true.

Donald went on to say that Mary’s behavior was “very bad for a while” and “she started using drugs,” which was not true, Mary writes.

Still, it piqued Melania’s interest and she said “really?”

Donald added that according to the memoirs, Mary was a ‘total disaster’ while further embellishing the story.

Trump and Melania married in 2005 after Trump and Maples divorced in 1999.

Mary’s anecdote is just the tip of the iceberg of the 200-page book that curses the entire Trump family.

She claims that Donald beckoned her when she was 29 and in a swimsuit in Mar-a-Lago, his Florida estate, with Donald reportedly saying, “Holy s ** t, Mary, you’re stacked!”

Mary also describes attending a meal at the White House Executive Dining Room in April 2017, claiming that the President made a crude joke about his son Eric and Lara Trump.

At the time, they had been together for eight years, three of which were married.

But despite her disdain for her uncle, Mary was sitting at his desk while visiting the White House in April 2017. Mary is seen smiling as she sat at the Resolute Desk in a photo obtained exclusively by DailyMail.com.  The picture shows a picture of Mary's grandfather on the shelf behind her - a man she despises to despise.  The photo was taken when Mary visited the White House to celebrate her Aunt Maryanne's 80th birthday, a year after her uncle took office

But despite her disdain for her uncle, Mary was sitting at his desk while visiting the White House in April 2017. Mary is seen smiling as she sat at the Resolute Desk in a photo obtained exclusively by DailyMail.com.  The picture shows a picture of Mary's grandfather on the shelf behind her - a man she despises to despise.  The photo was taken when Mary visited the White House to celebrate her Aunt Maryanne's 80th birthday, a year after her uncle took office

But despite her disdain for her uncle, Mary was sitting at his desk while visiting the White House in April 2017. Mary is seen smiling as she sat at the Resolute Desk in a photo obtained exclusively by DailyMail.com. The picture shows a picture of Mary’s grandfather on the shelf behind her – a man she despises to despise. The photo was taken when Mary visited the White House to celebrate her Aunt Maryanne’s 80th birthday, a year after her uncle took office

Mary also describes attending a meal at the White House Executive Dining Room in April 2017, claiming that the President made a crude joke about his son Eric and Lara Trump. At the time, they had been together for eight years, three of which were married. The president said, “Lara there, I don’t even really know who she was, frankly, but then she gave a great speech during the campaign in Georgia to support me.” On the photo: Lara and Eric on June 16

The president said, “Lara there, I don’t even really know who she was, frankly, but then she gave a great speech during the campaign in Georgia to support me.”

But despite her disdain for her uncle, Mary was sitting at his desk while visiting the White House in April 2017.

Mary is seen smiling while sitting at the Resolute Desk in a photo obtained exclusively by DailyMail.com.

The picture shows a picture of Mary’s grandfather on the shelf behind her – a man she despises to despise.

The photo was taken in April 2017 when Mary visited the White House to celebrate her aunt Maryanne’s 80th birthday, a year after her uncle took office.

It will surprise readers of her book, which paints a dark portrait of the Trump family, saying that the President’s father, Fred Sr, neglected him to such an extent that it amounted to ‘child abuse’.

The psychological damage was such that, according to Mary, Donald became a sociopath, a narcissist and a threat to the entire country.

But despite all these doubts – Mary tweeted in 2016 that the election was the “ worst night of my life ” – she accepted the invitation to visit her uncle at the White House.

She set aside the 20-year-old grudge with the Trumps dating back to 1999 when they declared in court documents that she was already a multi-millionaire thanks to payments from the family’s real estate.

The April 2017 trip included a free night at the Trump International Hotel in Washington, where basic rooms cost about $ 300 a night.

In Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the Most Dangerous Man, Mary describes walking past paintings of former First Ladies in the building on the way to meet the President.

Mary portrays the Trump family as severely damaged people, starting with Fred Sr and his wife Mary Ann and filtering to their five children.  Pictured from left to right Robert, Elizabeth, Fred Jr, Donald and Maryanne Trump

Mary portrays the Trump family as severely damaged people, starting with Fred Sr and his wife Mary Ann and filtering to their five children.  Pictured from left to right Robert, Elizabeth, Fred Jr, Donald and Maryanne Trump

Mary portrays the Trump family as severely damaged people, starting with Fred Sr and his wife Mary Ann and filtering to their five children. Pictured from left to right Robert, Elizabeth, Fred Jr, Donald and Maryanne Trump

Mary's book paints a dark portrait of the Trump family, saying that the President's father, Fred Sr, neglected him to such an extent that it amounted to 'child abuse'

Mary's book paints a dark portrait of the Trump family, saying that the President's father, Fred Sr, neglected him to such an extent that it amounted to 'child abuse'

Mary’s book paints a dark portrait of the Trump family, saying that the President’s father, Fred Sr, neglected him to such an extent that it amounted to ‘child abuse’

She stopped at one of Hillary Clinton’s and silently thought “how could this have happened?”

The whole Trump family was there, including Donald’s son Eric, who Mary didn’t recognize because they hadn’t seen each other since he was in high school.

Mary says they all posed for photos in the Oval Office, including Mary who picked up a mug behind the Resolute Desk.

After later looking at the photo of herself, she saw Fred Sr and described it as “floating behind me like a ghost.”

Mary portrays the Trump family as severely damaged people, starting with Fred Sr and his wife Mary Ann and filtering to their five children.

Her own father Fred Trump Jr. died in 1981 at the age of 43 after the fight against alcoholism and the Trumps, who had almost taken her out of family property.

Mary writes, “Donald destroyed my father in imitation of my grandfather and with the complicity, silence, and passivity of his brothers and sisters. I can’t let him destroy my country. ”

In another part of the book, Mary Donald’s eldest sister Maryanne, a now retired federal judge, mocks his presidential run, calling him “a clown” and joking about his “five bankruptcies.”

The Trumps saw ‘cheating as a way of life’ and empathy was for the weak.

Mary, a trained psychologist, diagnoses her uncle as a sociopath for his “chronic crime, arrogance, and contempt for others.”

She writes that “Donald can also meet some of the criteria for dependent personality disorder.”

The features are: inability to take responsibility, discomfort when alone and going to extremes to get support from others.

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