Seeking to prevent nothing less than the “end of American democracy,” Donald Trump’s niece Mary lays out a long and twisted saga of mind games and family drama in a new book her family attempted to block.
“Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man” presents a damning portrait of the President and seeks to explain his most destructive traits as facets of a dysfunctional upbringing and a domineering father. CNN obtained a copy of the book on Tuesday.
Mary Trump, a licensed clinical psychologist, is open in her disapproval of her uncle’s policies but also uses her knowledge of his childhood to paint a broader portrait of the man who became president.
The White House rejected most of her claims, and other members of the Trump family had attempted to prevent the book’s publication, citing a non-disclosure agreement she signed during a dispute over her grandfather’s will.