We can expect President Trump’s niece to start making appearances on cable television soon. A judge ruled on Monday that Mary Trump is free to do a press run for her new tell-all book Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man.
President Trump’s younger brother Robert Trump sued Mary in an effort to freeze the release of the book. According to NPR, in Monday’s court ruling, Judge Hal Greenwald said that the 2001 Non-disclosure agreement signed by Mary Trump did not cover enough specifics and that the eventual prominence of the Trump family could not have been understood at the time of its signing.
The book is scheduled to release to the public on Tuesday, but some news outlets received an early copy of the scathing tell-all that reveals internal strife within the Trump family.
Mary is the daughter of President Trump’s older brother Fred Trump Jr. who died of alcoholism when Mary was a teenager. The New York Times describes Mary as an “outcast” amongst her relatives.