Trump says niece was ‘rightfully shunned and mocked her entire life’ as book reveals he was branded ‘cheap’

PRESIDENT Donald Trump has launched a twitter attack on his niece saying that she was "rightfully shunned and mocked her entire life".

Trump took to social media after his niece, Mary L. Trump revealed his own sister, Maryanne, had called him "cheap" in an explosive tell-all book.

He branded Mary, who works as a psychologist, "unstable" in his Twitter post: "About the only way a person is able to write a book on me is if they agree it will contain as much bad "stuff" as possible, much of which is lies.

"It's like getting a job with CNN or MSDNC and saying that "President Trump is great".

"You have ZERO change. FAKE NEWS!"

He added another: "Even whether it’s dumb warmongers like John Bolton, social pretenders like Bob Woodward, who never has anything good to say, or an unstable niece, who was now rightfully shunned, scorned and mocked her entire life, and never even liked by her own very kind & caring grandfather!"

Mary released her book titled 'Too Much and Never Enough: : How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man." in July 2020 where she spilled family secrets.

The book, has been given 4.5 stars on Amazon and sold nearly one million copies on the day of its release.

About the only way a person is able to write a book on me is if they agree it will contain as much bad "stuff" as possible, much of which is lies.

The memoir is the latest in a long line of family feuds.

The Trumps attempted to sue Mary but were unsuccessful in stopping the book from hitting the publishers by saying she had signed a non-disclosure agreement previously, but the judge rejected it.

In the scandalous book, Mary claims that Trump paid someone to take his college admission test, that he attempted to steal inheritance money from his siblings and that Trump and ex-wife Ivana once regifted Mary a Christmas present of a hamper of food – but took the tin of caviar out first.

Mary also appeared on MSNBC on Thursday night following  her uncle's speech at the Republican National Convention.

Anchor Nicolle Wallace asked Mary about her reference to Ivanka as the "co-president" and asked if she could "pull back the curtain on that relationship."

"I think that with all of his kids, his adult children anyway, it’s a very transactional relationship," Mary said.

"They all know on which side their bread is buttered, so to speak. And none of them has ever been independent of him, financially or otherwise."

"They also understand that in my family, money and power are the only currencies. And she seems quite determined to get as much as she can out of her association with her father.

For research for the book, Mary secretly recorded Maryanne Trump Barry, Trump's oldest sister, shunning the president.

In the audio clip, the 83-year-old was heard saying: "All he wants to do is appeal to his base.

“His goddamned tweet and lying, oh my God. I’m talking too freely, but you know. The change of stories. The lack of preparation. The lying. Holy s***.

"He has no principles. None. None. And his base, I mean my God, if you were a religious person, you want to help people. Not do this.”

The book claims that Trump's dad, Fred Trump Sr, neglected, manipulated, and emotionally abused him – but its allegations have been dismissed by Trump's press office.

"Mary Trump and her book’s publisher may claim to be acting in the public interest, but this book is clearly in the author’s own financial self-interest," his spokesperson Sarah Matthews told The Sun.

"President Trump has been in office for over three years working on behalf of the American people – why speak out now?" Matthews added.

"The president describes the relationship he had with his father as warm and said his father was very good to him. He said his father was loving and not at all hard on him as a child."

In the recording, obtained by the Washington Post, Barry, 83, is also heard complaining about her brother's lying.

She also branded Ivanka Trump as a "mini Donald", Eric a "moron" and Don Jr. "cheap, just like his father".

“His goddamned tweet and lying, oh my God.

"I’m talking too freely, but you know. The change of stories. The lack of preparation. The lying. Holy s***.

“It’s the phoniness of it all. It’s the phoniness and this cruelty. Donald is cruel."

Her scandalous statements were recorded in 2018.

When Trump's niece asked Barry what Trump has read, she answered: "No. He doesn't read."

She blasted the president for not reading her immigration opinions and said she did not agree with "what they’re doing with kids at the border."

Barry also called her brother a "brat."

She claimed to have done his homework for him and “drove him around New York City to try to get him into college.”

Maryanne was born in 1937 and is Trump's eldest sister.

She was a senior federal judge on the Third Circuit Court of Appeals, but became inactive in 2017 after her brother took office.

The audio came to the surface a week after Robert Trump died aged 71, he was one of Trump's four siblings.

Trump's three older siblings are Maryanne, Fred Jr, and Elizabeth.

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