BREAKING NEWS: Trump family WIN temporary restraining order to stop president’s niece Mary from releasing tell-all expose calling him ‘the world’s most dangerous man’, as publisher appeals ‘First Amendment violation’
The Trump family has won a preliminary injunction on Tuesday against their niece Mary Trump and her publishers to stop them from publishing her tell-all book.
A judge ruled they had to refrain from ‘publishing, printing or distributing’ any copies of the book ahead of a hearing on July 10th.
The book — titled Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man — is due to come out on July 28th and the ruling could delay its publication.
The decision was made by Judge Hal B. Greenwald at the Dutchess County court just north of New York – and will be a major setback to Mary, the daughter of the president’s brother Fred Jr., who died in 1981 from alcoholism.
Mary’s publisher Simon & Schuster plans to ‘immediately appeal’ the decision, as the company’s lawyer called it a ‘First Amendment violation’.
The 55-year-old’s book promises to describe a ‘nightmare of traumas, destructive relationships, and a tragic combination of neglect and abuse that helped make Donald Trump the man he is today’.
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