US A New York judge temporarily blocks a revelation book on the Trump family

01:05  01 july  2020
01:05  01 july  2020 Source:   lexpress.fr

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A New York judge has temporarily blocked President Donald Trump 's niece from publishing a damning tell-all memoir about the First Family . Mary Trump 's upcoming book , Too Much and Never Enough, How My Family Created the World's Most Dangerous Man, is due to be published on 28 July.

A judge in Dutchess County, N . Y ., on Tuesday temporarily blocked publication of a tell-all book by Judge Hal Greenwald of the New York State Supreme Court issued the temporary restraining order until a hearing Ms. Trump ’s book has been described as a unique inside look at the Trump family .

Le président Donald Trump lors d'une réunion à la Maison Blanche le 26 juin 2020 © MANDEL NGAN President Donald Trump during a meeting in the White House on June 26, 2020

A New York judge temporarily blocked the publication on Tuesday of a book written by Donald Trump's niece, due to be released on July 28 and promises to be embarrassing for the president three months before the presidential election.

In a two-page decision, judge Hal Greenwald indicates blocking the publication of the book entitled "Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World's Most Dangerous Man" most dangerous man in the world ", in French), at least until July 10.

He invites the lawyers of Mary Trump and his publisher Simon & Schuster to present to him by this date the reasons why the book would not violate a confidentiality agreement that the niece had accepted in connection with the legacy of Fred Trump , the president's father.

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Donald Trump 's niece Mary Trump on Tuesday vowed an "immediate appeal" after a New York judge temporarily blocked the publication of Too Much Mary, a 55-year-old clinical psychologist living on Long Island, had been set to share revealing details of her years in the Trump family , according to

A judge on Tuesday temporarily blocked the publication of a tell-all book written by the president’s niece, Mary Trump , a Hal Greenwald, a New York State judge , granted a temporary restraining order to Trump ’s brother, Robert, halting Simon & Schuster from publishing Mary’s book , Too Much

Since the publisher's announcement of its release in mid-June, this book, supposed to shine "a harsh light on the dark history" of the Trump family, has been the subject of a legal battle.

Last week, a brother of the president, Robert Trump, had seized a specialized court of New York to prevent the publication of the work, but the latter declared himself incompetent to resolve the dispute.

Via his lawyer Charles Harder, Robert Trump welcomed the blockage announced Tuesday, and said he decided to fight to the end to limit "the enormous damage" caused by what is for him a blatant "breach of contract".

Mary Trump's lawyer, Theodore Boutrous, immediately promised to appeal.

Even if the blocking is only temporary, "it flatly violates the First Amendment" of the American Constitution, which protects freedom of expression, he said.

"This book, on subjects of great interest and importance for public opinion concerning a president in office during an electoral year, should not be censored, if only for one day", he added.

55-year-old psychologist Mary Trump is the daughter of Fred Trump Jr., older brother of the Republican billionaire who died in 1981 at the age of 42 from alcoholism.

In this 240-page book, she recounts events she witnessed in her grandparents' house in New York, where Donald Trump and his four siblings grew up.

"She describes a nightmare of trauma, destructive relationships, and a tragic mixture of neglect and abuse," says her publishing house Simon & Schuster.

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