Trump described as a liar, and narcissist in the book of his niece

Trump décrit comme menteur et narcissique dans le livre de sa nièce

NEW YORK | Donald Trump grew up in a dysfunctional family headed by a father’s ” overbearing “, which has helped make him a liar, narcissistic, according to a forthcoming book of his niece Mary Trump, which the american media have published excerpts on Tuesday.

“This is a book the liar “, has contrattaqué Tuesday, the spokesperson of the White House Kayleigh McEnany. “These are allegations that are ridiculous, absurd, who have absolutely no basis. I have not yet seen the book, but it is a book that is misleading. “

The release of the book, entitled “Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man” (” Too much and never enough: how my family has created the most dangerous man in the world “, in French), has been brought forward to 14 July.

Less than four months of the Us presidential election, it is already number 1 in sales of books on Amazon, just in front of the book of the ex-security adviser John Bolton, released in June, also very critical of Donald Trump.

Presented by the publisher Simon&Schuster as a book of revelations to about three months of the Us presidential election, the book has triggered a legal battle: a brother of Donald Trump, Robert, has tried, in vain, to block it in court.

Mary Trump, psychologist, is the daughter of Fred Trump Jr., the president’s older brother, who died in 1981 at the age of 42, died of his alcoholism.

In his book of 240 pages, this 55 year old female, who has broken since a long time with her uncle became president, mingles with family history and psychological analysis of his uncle, ” according to the Washington Post.

She explains how her father was despised, and “mocked” by his grand-father’s ” overbearing “, Fred Sr. And how Donald Trump, seven years younger than Fred Junior, has learned how “to lie to get put in value” after having been witness to the indignities suffered by his elder by seven years.

According to the New York Times, the niece of the president described a family climate of “lust, betrayals, and tensions fratricidal” to explain how Donald Trump has acquired ” behaviour twisted “.

“The pathologies of Donald are so complex and their behaviour is often so inexplicable that establish a complete diagnosis would require a whole battery of tests psychological and neurophysical it will never pass,” she wrote, according to the daily new yorker.

She also claims that the ex-magnate of new york real estate has paid someone to go in his place, the american tests of admission to the university SAT, according to the New York Times, which does not say if it provides evidence.

“Donald, following the example of my grandfather and with the complicity, the silence and inaction of his brothers and sisters, has destroyed my father. I can’t let him destroy my country “, written still the niece, as cited by CNN.

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