Colbert Enlists Trump’s Niece to Read Faux Excerpts From Upcoming Tell-All

Colbert Enlists Trump’s Niece to Read Faux Excerpts From Upcoming Tell-All

Colbert Enlists Trump’s Niece to Read Faux Excerpts From Upcoming Tell-All

Donald also apparently was a driving force behind a decision to cut off financial support for the medical benefits for Fred the 3rd's son William, who had cerebral palsy. The president has told people close to him that he's having his lawyers look into what they can do to legally threaten his niece over the book, two people familiar with the matter told The Daily Beast.

Mary L. Trump (@MaryLTrump) is the author of "Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World's Most Dangerous Man" (to be published by @simonschuster).

A source said the president has mentioned that his niece had signed a non-disclosure agreement.

She signed the NDA "after litigation disputing Fred Trump's estate..." An unnamed source told the Daily Beast that Mary Trump signed an NDA after her and her brother Fred Trump III's bitter legal battle against the rest of the family in the early 2000s over the legal will of Fred Trump Sr., aka her grandfather and Donald Trump's father.

The bad blood between Mary Trump and her uncle appears to date back to this legal case, details of which were publicized at the time in a New York Daily News article.

US President Donald Trump initiated police reforms with an executive order in the wake of the George Floyd's killing by a Minneapolis police officer but in a move which still left the door open for debate the proposed reform said chokeholds would end "except if the officer's life is at risk".

Trump's three surviving siblings - Maryanne, Robert and Elizabeth all agreed with Trump in an argument over Fred Sr's will. One of the most significant disclosures she makes is revealing herself as the primary source for a 2018 New York Times investigative story that revealed Trump's "dubious tax schemes...including instances of outright fraud", and how he received over $400 million (in today's dollars) from his father Fred Trump Sr.

Sam Nunberg, a frail political adviser to Trump, suggested The Every day Beast the president "could be more upset about" Mary Trump's e-book than Bolton's. The book will be published by Simon & Schuster and is due to release on 28th July, just a few weeks before the next American presidential election is due.

The United States executive on Tuesday sued frail National Security Handbook John Bolton, accusing him of breach of contract and claiming that e-newsletter of his e-book would unlawfully set apart out classified knowledge.

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