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Politics Judge lifts restraining order on Mary Trump on eve of book's release

03:25  14 july  2020
03:25  14 july  2020 Source:   thehill.com

Donald Trump's Niece Speaks Out in Affidavit as She Fights Tell-All Book Restraining Order

  Donald Trump's Niece Speaks Out in Affidavit as She Fights Tell-All Book Restraining Order Too Much and Never Enough is currently set to be released on July 28 . In an affidavit submitted on Thursday night and obtained by PEOPLE on Friday, Mary wrote that she “never believed” the confidentiality agreement she signed “could possibly restrict me from telling the story of my life.

An appellate court judge has lifted a temporary restraining order on Simon & Schuster that previously blocked the publisher from releasing an upcoming tell-all book from the president’ s niece, Mary Trump — but the author still remains barred from publishing contents of her book until a court hearing

* Mary Trump spent much of her academic & professional life studying personality disorders and family dysfunction. *That training came in handy when From a Yahoo blog, “Don Jr. tried to counter Mary Trump ’ s book with a book of his own but found out he can’t because of a NDA his father made him

A New York judge on Monday lifted a temporary restraining order preventing Mary Trump from discussing her forthcoming tell-all book about her uncle President Trump and their family on the eve of the memoir's release.

a person posing for the camera: Judge lifts restraining order on Mary Trump on eve of book's release © Courtesy Simon & Schuster Judge lifts restraining order on Mary Trump on eve of book's release

Judge Hal Greenwald of the Dutchess County Supreme Court denied Robert Trump's bid for a preliminary injunction preventing Mary Trump or her publisher, Simon & Schuster, from publishing or distributing "Too Much Is Never Enough: How My Family Created the World's Most Dangerous Man."

Trump's niece Mary says his reelection would spell 'the end of American democracy'

  Trump's niece Mary says his reelection would spell 'the end of American democracy' Mary Trump is publishing a tell-all book about her "dangerous" uncle and their "toxic" family. It is due to release on July 14. © Simon & Schuster Mary Trump's book is set to be released on July 14. Simon & Schuster Writing in her upcoming book 'Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World's Most Dangerous Man," Mary Trump said that if her uncle was reelected, it "would be the end of American Democracy," according to an advanced copy of the book obtained by The Associated Press (AP).

A New York judge has extended a temporary restraining order against Mary Trump until Monday, a day before the release of her tell-all book about her uncle, President Trump , and his family.

Robert Trump has previously said the scheduled July 28 release of “Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’ s Most Dangerous “The court got it right in rejecting the Trump familys’ effort to squelch Mary Trump ’ s core political speech on important issues of public concern

The development marked a win for the president's niece and a loss for his brother, who filed multiple lawsuits to block the release on the grounds that Mary Trump was violating a nondisclosure agreement (NDA) signed by members of the Trump family. It will allow Mary Trump to promote her book when it hits bookshelves on Tuesday.

The book, portions of which were reported by The Hill and other news outlets last week, offers a scathing critique of President Trump, accusing him of a penchant for lying and cheating and describing him as a narcissist.

Mary Trump, a clinical psychologist, also paints a bleak portrait of the Trump family, writing that the president's father, Fred Trump, neglected his children and that his behavior had a lasting effect on the President Trump and other members of the family.

Mary Trump Memoir Publisher Says 600,000 Copies Already Shipped

  Mary Trump Memoir Publisher Says 600,000 Copies Already Shipped More than 600,000 copies of a controversial memoir by President Donald Trump’s estranged niece have already been shipped to bookstores across the U.S., publisher Simon & Schuster Inc. told a judge who’s weighing a Trump family request to block its release. © Bloomberg Photographs of U.S. President Donald Trump's parents, Mary Anne MacLeod Trump and Fred Trump, sit on a desk in the Oval Office at the White House in Washington, D.C.

The book is due out on Tuesday and is not subject to restraint after a TRO against the publisher was recently lifted . Judge extends temporary restraining order on Mary Trump . Joanna Walters. JUST IN: Judge extends temporary restraining order on Mary Trump , punting decision until Monday.

(CNN) Mary Trump 's attorneys are pressing a judge to fully clear her path to publish a bombshell book about dealings with her family, including her uncle In a blow to Robert Trump 's efforts, a court decided earlier this week to lift the temporary restraining order against the book ' s publisher, Simon

"Notwithstanding that the Book has been published and distributed in great quantities, to enjoin MARY L. TRUMP at this juncture would be incorrect and serve no purpose. It would be moot," Greenwald wrote in the decision issued Monday.

He wrote that stopping the publication and recalling hundreds of thousands of books would be an "insurmountable" task.

"By the looks of it the horse is not just out of the barn, it is out of the country," wrote Greenwald, quoting a D.C. judge's opinion from a case involving a book written by Trump's former national security adviser John Bolton.

Robert Trump had sought to block the book's publication, claiming Mary Trump was violating an NDA she signed when the family settled Fred Trump's estate.

In late June, Greenwald imposed a temporary restraining order on Mary Trump and Simon & Schuster pending arguments in the case, but an appellate judge later narrowed the order to apply only to Mary Trump.

New York judge clears way for publication of Mary Trump's book

  New York judge clears way for publication of Mary Trump's book A New York judge has rejected the Trump family’s attempt to stop the release of Mary Trump’s book, “Too Much and Never Enough," scheduled to come out Tuesday. © Simon and Schuster The cover of the book by President Donald Trump's niece, Mary Trump, entitled, "Too Much and Never Enough, How My Family Created the World's Most Dangerous Man." The Dutchess County judge denied an application for a preliminary injunction Monday, saying the nondisclosure agreement signed by Mary Trump, President Donald Trump's niece, when the estate of her grandfather was settled should have had "more clarity.

Andrew Weissmann to release ‘meticulous account’ later this year, while Trump ’ s niece set to find out if restraining order on memoir will be lifted . Andrew Weissmann’ s book will be the latest in a lucrative stream of books about Trump , his presidency and the Russia investigation.

A judge granted a temporary restraining order against the publication of Mary Trump ' s "Too Much Is Never Enough," and set a hearing for July 10. A New York judge temporarily blocked publication of Mary Trump ' s book about her uncle, President Donald Trump , to await more information before

The publisher then moved up the book's publication by two weeks to Tuesday, July 14.

Ted Boutrous, Mary Trump's attorney, cheered the ruling as a victory for the First Amendment in a statement Monday evening.

"The court got it right in rejecting the Trump family's effort to squelch Mary Trump's core political speech on important issues of public concern," Boutrous said. "The First Amendment forbids prior restraints because they are intolerable infringements on the right to participate in democracy. Tomorrow, the American public will be able to read Mary's important words for themselves."


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Mary Trump Alleges She Heard President Use Anti-Semitic Slurs, N-Word .
Donald Trump's niece made the allegation in a bombshell interview on 'The Rachel Maddow Show.'In an explosive interview Thursday night on MSNBC’s The Rachel Maddow Show, Mary Trump was asked repeatedly if she had heard the president use racist language and slurs. "Yeah, of course I did," she told host Rachel Maddow, adding, “And I don’t think that should surprise anybody, given how virulently racist he is today.

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