On Sunday evening, news broke of Mary L. Trump’s, the disgruntled niece of President Trump, donations to Hillary Clinton among a host of additional Democratic candidates in previous years. Mary Trump recently released a tell-all book, ‘Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man’, of President Trump and his family. Paul Sperry, the Former D.C. Bureau Chief for Investor’s Business Daily revealed the donations via Twitter.

President Trump broke his silence on a tell-all book that dives into the president’s upbringing and family life, distancing himself from his author niece and calling her a “mess.” Trump called his niece Mary Trump’s new memoir about their family “disgraceful” during a Fox News interview Sunday, marking the first time the president has addressed the book at length since its release last week.

“She was not exactly a family favorite,” the President said Sunday of the woman who has said he “is utterly incapable of leading this country”

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“Mary Trump, a seldom seen niece who knows little about me, says untruthful things about my wonderful parents (who couldn’t stand her!) and me, and violated her NDA,” Trump wrote on Twitter. “She’s a mess! Many books have been written about me, some good, some bad. Both happily and sadly, there will be more to come!”

The book by Mary Trump, daughter of the president’s late older brother, Fred Trump, Jr., is an attempt to share her diagnosis of the President as a serial liar suffering from multiple psychological disorders as a result of a fraught relationship with his parents. Speaking with CNN’s Chris Cuomo just hours after Trump’s tweet, Mary Trump echoed previous comments in which she labeled her uncle as a racist and dismissed the president’s accusation that she was an outcast from the family.

President Trump said Sunday Mary “ought to be ashamed of herself” for her book, echoing what brother Robert said previously. Mary’s brother, Fred Trump III, has also disavowed her book.

On Sunday, the president defended his father as a “great, wonderful man,” according to People. “He was strong, but he was good,” Trump told Fox News. “For [Mary] to say the kind of things, a psychopath, that he was a psychopath, anybody that knew Fred Trump would call him a psychopath? And you know what, if he was I would tell you.”

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