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Trump Family’s Attempt To Stop Mary Trump’s Book Release Fails, Judge Tosses Filing: Report



The Daily Beast reported on Thursday that a judge tossed out an application by Donald Trump’s brother, Robert Trump, that attempted to stop their niece Mary Trump from releasing her book: Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man.

“Queens County Surrogate Court Judge Peter Kelly cited ‘several improprieties’ in Robert Trump’s filing that rendered it ‘fatally defective’—including that it was based on the official disposition of patriarch Fred Trump Sr.’s estate, which wrapped up in 2001 and is thus for legal purposes ‘nonexistent.’ That settlement included a confidentiality clause that niece Mary Trump signed, and which the elder Trumps have argued prevents her from publishing the sort of titillating family secrets her memoir is set to contain,” the Beast reports.

You can read the full report HERE.

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