"By the time this book is published, hundreds of thousands of American lives will have been sacrificed on the altar of Donald's hubris and wilful ignorance". It was while he was at University of Pennsylvania where he met Donald Trump.
In the book, Mary Trump makes several revelations, including alleging that the president paid a friend to take the SATs - a standardized test widely used for college admissions - in his place. Donald Trump anxious that his grade point average, which put him far from the top of the class, would "scuttle his efforts to get accepted" into the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, which he transferred to after two years at Fordham University in the Bronx. "White House spokesperson Sarah Matthews called the allegation" completely untrue".
Shriver said over the years she has seen Trump at various tennis events, and every time the president greeted her, saying, "Joe Shapiro was the smartest man I ever met". It is mind boggling.
Ms Trump traces much of her pain to the death of her father when she was 16.
He's been very candid about his feelings about Trump, and Mary's book, saying that it, and Trump's expected response to it, only prove that the president is a loser who would never have had any success without his father's money and name to finance him, and that he's a liar who will soon be raining attacks on his own family.
"It was just not his thing".
Trump, I have often explained, lies as easily as the rest of us breathe. "That would be the biggest mistake. there was sort of a double pressure put on him", Mr Trump told the paper. Robert Trump, the brother of Donald, would have realised that the young woman, he remained in silence during the dinner that was held at the Trump Tower in NY, had not said a word of the night.
"The atmosphere of division my grandfather created in the Trump family is the water in which Donald has always swum, and division continues to benefit him at the expense of everybody else".
Donald Trump's brother dissed Melania when he brazenly brought the then 28-year-old model to a family Father's Day meal, his niece claims in her explosive tell-all book.
It was announced by On July 6 by Simon & Schuster that they moved the publication date to July 14 due to "high demand and extraordinary interest".
Schwartz has announced a book of his own coming out in August, titled My Mother, Trump, and Me, and while he hasn't released any details of the contents, a keynote speech he once gave (PDF archived at the University of MI here) describes his feelings about his own upbringing and how it resulted in the adulthood that brought him into contact with Donald Trump.
"She stated she declined an invitation to attend to her uncle's own election-night celebration in New York City four decades back, convinced she" would not have the ability to include my chills when (Hillary) Clinton's success was declared".
The Trump administration tried blocking the release of the book but a judge last week lifted an injunction on its publication.
She writes that her uncle meets all the clinical criteria for being a narcissist, according to The New York Times.
This is a book that shook the White House. Ultimately, he settled on Donald, she wrote, deciding that his second son's "arrogance and bullying" would come in handy at the office, and encouraged it.