Donald Trump’s mother, Mary Anne, was ‘never the same’ again after she underwent an emergency hysterectomy, and her absence caused a ‘void in her children’s lives,’ the president’s niece claims in her all-encompassing book.
The impact was “particularly serious” for her youngest sons Donald and Robert, who were then two and a half years old and nine months old, according to the memoirs obtained by DailyMail.com.
Donald’s sister Maryanne had found their mother unconscious nine months after Robert’s birth in 1948. She was rushed to the hospital for a hysterectomy due to labor complications. A hysterectomy is the surgical removal of the uterus and may also include removal of the cervix and ovaries.
Matriarch Mary’s absence caused a rift in the Trump family and led to Donald becoming the man he is, writes President Mary’s niece in her new book Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man.
Mary, 55, is the daughter of Trump’s late older brother, Fred Jr, who died in 1981 of alcoholism, and her explosive all-tales about her uncle come out on July 14.
Donald Trump’s mother, Mary Anne, was ‘never the same’ again after undergoing an emergency hysterectomy, and her absence caused a ‘void in her children’s lives,’ claims the president’s niece in her Tell-All book . President Trump with his mother in 1977; Mary Anne died in 2000 before becoming president, but after becoming a famous businessman
The impact was “particularly severe” for her youngest sons Donald (far left) and Robert (center), who were two and a half years old and nine months old, respectively. Donald’s sister Maryanne (second from right) had found their mother unconscious. She was rushed to a hospital to undergo a hysterectomy due to complications from Robert’s birth
Mary, 55, is the daughter of Trump’s late older brother, Fred Jr, who died in 1981 of alcoholism and releases the damning all-time stories about her uncle. In the bomb book, Mary provides insight into Donald’s childhood and compares the relationship between Fred Sr and Donald to Dr. Frankenstein and the monster of Dr. Frankenstein
In the bomb book, Mary provides insight into Donald’s childhood and compares the relationship between Fred Sr and Donald to Dr. Frankenstein and the monster of Dr. Frankenstein.
Mary writes that Donald’s mother and father were “problematic parents” from the start.
Her grandmother rarely spoke of her own upbringing in Scotland, but she was the youngest of ten, because Mary suspects she wasn’t getting enough attention.
Mary writes that she was “the kind of mother her children used to comfort themselves rather than comfort them.”
The book says, “She took care of them when it suited her, not when they needed it. Often unstable and needy, prone to self-pity and martyrdom, she often put herself first.
“Especially when it came to her sons, she pretended she couldn’t do anything for them.”
When matriarch Mary Anne withdrew from the family after surgery, workaholic Fred Sr became the primary caregiver for the children, but refused to shorten his hours.
Neglected, Mary claims that Donald has “suffered deprivations that would leave him with lifelong scars.”
Mary calls Fred Sr a “high-functioning sociopath,” characterized by a lack of empathy, an ability to lie, and a lack of interest in others.
The greater the distress of Donald and Robert, the more “Fred Sr rejects them,” Mary claims.
As a result, “need” in Donald’s mind was equated with humiliation and despair. “
Mary writes that Donald’s mother and father were “problematic parents” from the start. On the photo: Donald with his mother and father in 1992
Mary wrote that her grandmother complained that Donald was a “slob” and that Fred Sr “let him get away with murder.” She wrote in her book that her grandmother complained that Donald was “such a slob. At school he received medals for cleanliness and when he got home he was still such a slob! “In the photo: Donald in military uniform with his parents
Mary describes how Donald, when he was a boy, hid Robert’s favorite Tonka trucks and pretended he had no idea where they were.
The last time he did it, Robert had a tantrum and Donald threatened to tear them apart if he didn’t stop making noise.
Their mother responded by hiding the trucks in the attic and basically punishing Robert for something Donald did.
As the years went on, Donald’s mother Mary Anne believed it was Fred Sr’s fault for his behavior and said he could “get away with murder.”
The matriarch reflected with her granddaughter Mary as she recovered from a hospital after being brutally ambushed while loading her groceries into her Rolls Royce in 1991.
With a broken pelvis and several broken bones, she thought indignantly of Donald’s childhood.
Around this time, Donald’s casino empire in New Jersey had collapsed and his first marriage to Ivana collapsed.
Around this time, Donald’s casino empire in New Jersey had collapsed and his first marriage to Ivana collapsed. In the photo: Donald with Ivana and his parents in 1987
Mary Anne told her granddaughter Mary, “Poor Donald. He always was that way.
“When he went to military academy, I was so relieved. He didn’t listen to anyone, especially me, and he tormented Robert.
“He was such a slob. At school he received medals for cleanliness and when he got home he was still such a slob! ‘
She shook her head as she continued, “He never listened to me. And your grandfather (Fred Sr) didn’t care. Donald got away with murder. ‘
Mary writes that Fred Sr was not treating his wife’s illnesses well and he never missed a day’s work, even when she was nearly dead.
Mary is the child of Fred Trump Jr, the President’s older brother, who died in 1981 after struggling with alcoholism
When she was suffering, he always said to her, “Everything is great. Right Toots? You just have to think positively ‘and then walk away.
Sometimes Mary, his wife said, “Yes Fred” and clenched her jaw to keep her from crying.
Mary reveals that her grandmother turned against her when she sued more of her grandfather’s estate after Fred Sr died in 1999.
She received a call from her grandmother, who told her “you better not” file a lawsuit. The elderly grandmother added, “Do you know what your father was worth when he died? A lot of nothing ‘, referring to her eldest son Fred Jr.
Then she hung up.
Other bombshells from Mary’s book include that she believes her uncle is not only a narcissist, but “meets the criteria for antisocial personality disorder, which in its most serious form is widely regarded as sociopathy.”
She also claims that Donald paid a friend to take his SATs for him to attend the University of Pennsylvania for his famous Wharton School of Business.
And in another chapter, Mary claims that her uncle stared at her when she was 29 years old and in a swimsuit in Mar-a-Lago, with Donald reportedly saying, “Holy s ** t, Mary, you’re stacked!”