Here Are Some Quick Reveals From Mary Trump’s New Book About Her Uncle

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Sarah Shaiman

Trump details how her uncle cheated his way into college and left his uncle to die alone in the hospital.

President Trump’s niece Mary Trump plans to publish her tell all book, “Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man,” next week detailing how the then-real estate mogul scammed his way into becoming a household name, according to the New York Times

  • Trump’s estranged niece describes her uncle’s practices as a “cheating way of life,” only viewing people in “monetary terms.” The book is set to detail several notable scandals to illustrate the president’s moral bankruptcy.
  • Trump’s conning began at a young age when he paid someone to take the SAT exam for him, his niece writes. These illegitimate scores would later help Trump “earn” acceptance to the prestigious Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania. The president has repeatedly boasted about his time at Wharton, calling it “the best school in the world,” though no one at the school is eager to acknowledge his attendance. 
  • Mary recounts the story of the president’s brother Fred Trump Jr. who left the family business to become a pilot. After suffering an alcohol-induced heart attack, no one went to visit him at the hospital as he lay dying. She says Donald Trump went to see a movie. 
  • Trump’s sister Maryanne called Donald a “clown” and never believed his presidency would happen, according to Mary’s book. The president’s sister said his support among evangelicals baffled her because Trump only ever attended church when the cameras were watching. 
  • Mary Trump is a clinical psychologist herself. She asserts the president fits the nine criteria for a narcissist. She wrote, “Donald has been institutionalized for most of his adult life, so there is no way to know how he would thrive, or even survive, on his own in the real world.”

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