President Donald Trump’s niece Mary Trump has written a book titled Too Much and Never Enough with publishing company Simon & Schuster and it is set to come out on August 11. The book will reveal inside secrets about the Trump family and the relationship between Donald and his late brother, Mary’s father, Fred Trump Jr.

The release date is a few weeks before the Republican National Convention this year and could potentially have some affect on the president’s campaign. Mary, who is known for not speaking publicly, is going to address the role she played as the primary source for The New York Times’ investigation in Donald’s tax schemes in 1990. 

In addition to Mary’s, it will also reveal some of the thoughts of Donald’s sister, Maryanne Trump Barry, who is a retired federal judge. 

In 1981, Fred Jr. died of a heart attack, however, he was known to have had a long and painful struggle with alcoholism. In 2000, his children brought the issue of his will to court claiming that it had been produced while Fred Jr. was under the influence and that Donald had somehow manipulated Fred Jr. 

Mary told the New York Daily News, “given this family, it would be utterly naive to say it has nothing to do with money. But for both me and my brother, it has much more to do with that our father [Fred Jr] be recognized.”  

Too Much and Never Enough is going to touch upon this issue as well as discuss how Donald was an enabler when it came to his brother’s disease. 

In August 2019, Donald told Business Insider, “I do regret having put pressure on him, “to run the family business. He added, “I think the mistake that we made was we assumed that everybody would like it. That would be the biggest mistake.”