Is this where they gathered and contracted to keep each other silent?
It’s called “Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man.” It’s by the daughter of the president’s elder brother, Fred, Jr. who died in 1981 of an alcohol-related heart attack.
What would the rest of your family think if you asked them for a non-disclosure agreement? In the trump family, evidently it’s normal. The president’s brother Robert says it’s so. Or at least we can infer it.
The president’s niece Mary has written a tell all book. The family went to court to block distribution. Robert trump says there are things in it that would “violate a pact among family members.”
The State Supreme Court judge Hal Greenwald, sitting the thriving upstate metropolis Poughkeepsie rules that he needs until after a hearing about “the validity of the claims” on July 10th.
Mary’s been pretty public about all this. She gave an interview to the New York Daily News 20 years ago in which she berated donald’s treatment of her father -- his brother.
When the 2016 election results came in, she tweeted “This is one of the worst nights of my life. I fear the American dream has failed.” She doesn’t tweet much these days. But she re-tweets plenty, mostly stuff that would make most Democrats proud.
The book is to be published by Simon & Schuster, not exactly small timers. They plan an immediate appeal. Freedom of expression… while we still have that.
Amazon accepted a pre-order, figuring the court decision will duplicate the publication of Johnboy Bolt-on’s book, now available.
Mary trump has a Ph.D. in psychology. That’s probably a handy degree in anyone with the name trump and also is a member of the family.
According to brother Robert the no-tell clause in a settlement of some family civil war says no member will publish anything about it unless all agree.
So, to answer the question “Do we need another trump book?”
NOTES FROM ALL OVER:
(WASHINGTON) -- For you Supreme Court watchers thinking about signing up for the John Roberts Fan Club, think again. Roberts was part of the 5-4 decision allowing states to contribute to religious schools. The case was called Espinoza v. Montana. Look it up. And weep. This opens the door for further similar rules by the Supreme Open Cesspool.
(WASHINGTON) -- Dr. Fauci says under present conditions, C virus cases could top 100-thousand cases a day. And those would be only the ones reported.
(WASHINGTON) -- Your friends at the IRS remind you that income tax returns are due July 15th.
-- Chickengate Update: the Pennsylvania town that banned a little girl’s pet chickens for no good reason and threatened $500 daily fines starting today, has backed down. Sort of. It now has suspended all the nonsense and the price of filing an appeal for four months.
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