Then National Security Adviser John Bolton listens to U.S. President Donald Trump speak during a meeting with Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sisi in the Oval Office of the White House April 9, 2019 in Washington, DC.

Mary Trump: President claims niece set to publish book had signed a nondisclosure agreement

Mary Trump, the President’s niece and the daughter of his late more mature brother, Fred Trump Jr., has penned a guide described as a “revelatory, authoritative portrait of Donald J. Trump and the poisonous family members that manufactured him.” The book is set to be released on July 28, according to the book’s publisher Simon & Schuster.

“She’s not authorized to produce a book,” Trump told Axios in an job interview Friday. “You know, when we settled with her and her brother, who I do have a superior partnership with — she’s acquired a brother, Fred, who I do have a great connection with, but when we settled, she has a full … signed a nondisclosure.”

Simon & Schuster declined to remark Sunday evening. CNN had earlier attained out to Mary Trump for comment.

Trump has dealt with various unflattering portrayals of his presidency written by former staffers, including a shortly-to-be published e book by previous national safety adviser John Bolton. Mary Trump’s book is the initial from a spouse and children member that criticizes the President.

The Each day Beast initial noted on Mary Trump’s book, “Way too Much And In no way Adequate,” and that she had signed a nondisclosure settlement subsequent a 2001 settlement from litigation disputing Fred Trump Sr.’s estate, citing people today common with the make any difference.
Citing people today with knowledge of the make any difference, the Day-to-day Beast reported that Mary Trump reveals in her reserve that she was a principal source for The New York Moments‘ 2018 investigation that observed Trump aided “his dad and mom dodge taxes” in the 1990s, including “instances of outright fraud” that authorized him to amass a fortune from them.

The President has not go through his niece’s impending e-book, White Property push secretary Kayleigh McEnany said Friday.

According to the book’s description, Mary Trump recounts how her uncle “dismissed and derided” his father, Fred Trump Sr., “when he began to succumb to Alzheimer’s.”

The President known as the allegation “completely wrong” in his interview with Axios.

“It is thoroughly bogus the reverse,” he claimed. “Truly, the reverse. I always had a terrific partnership. I didn’t know that she said that. That’s a disgraceful detail to say.”

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