A damaged man from a “dysfunctional family President Donald Trump” turned by the head of the family my grandfather is guiding forward America towards the threat, says Mary Trump.
Exclusive interview by ABC News chief anchor George Stephanopoulos of America’s President, only niece Mary Trump at the release of her memoir,” Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man.”
A trained psychologist Mary Trump described her wealthy grandfather Fred Trump as a man with no empathy and used people – including his wife and children as pawns.
She told how her uncle used to have a “spark of kindness,” but her grandfather trained him to suppress his emotions, always viewing sadness and kindness as “Superfluous” and “unmanly.”
She also wrote in her book that now she has “no problem calling Donald a narcissist – he meets all nine criteria as outlined in the ‘Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders.’
Mary added, “There are so many parallels between the circumstances in which my family operated and in which this country is now operating… I saw, firsthand, what focusing on the wrong things, elevating the wrong people, can do. The collateral damage can be created by allowing someone to live their lives without accountability.”
Mary Trump told the anchor that the saddest part of the lawsuit was losing a healthy and friendly relationship with her grandmother.
Mary’s accusations are slammed by The White House, tagging her memoir as a “book of falsehoods” and putting a violation on her for saying all these statements for money.
“If I had wanted money or revenge, I would have done this ten years ago when it was infinitely safer, but neither one of those things interested me,” replied Mary.
Mary’s uncle Robert, the president’s younger brother, tried to block the release of her book and urged for it in the court, but it went unsuccessful. Again he attempted to stop Mary from promoting her book publicly also failed, and she got permission by a New York judge ruling that she can develop her book freely in public.
Mary’s book became the No.1 best- selling book of Amazon.