"Thus, Robert Trump will carry on with submitting a new lawsuit in the New York Point out Supreme Courtroom".
Mary Trump's upcoming book, Too Much and Never Enough, which is set to be published on July 28th, will reveal her relationship with the president and the events and patterns that shaped the person that Trump is today.
"Democracy thrives on the free exchange of ideas, and neither this court nor any other has authority to violate the Constitution by imposing a prior restraint on core political speech", Boutrous tweeted. Mr Trump called Mr Cook a "genius" during a meeting a year ago at the White House. "The courts will not tolerate this brazen violation of the First Amendment", he added.
Mary Trump, the president's only niece, lives in NY with her daughter, according to Simon & Schuster, the publisher.
"They are pursuing this unlawful prior restraint because they do not want the public to know the truth".
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The Trump clan insists that their niece's book violates a non-disclosure agreement that came about after Mary Trump and her brother settled a lawsuit related to their inheritance or relative lack thereof. "Therefore, this matter was filed in that court".
Adam Rothberg, a spokesman for Simon & Schuster, said the attempt to prevent the book's publication would fail.
Mary Trump and Fred Trump III are the children of Fred Trump Jr, the president's older brother who left the family business and died of heart problems arising from alcoholism in 1981, at the age of 42.
The filing said that after the death of Fred Trump, litigation ensued over his will. As part of a settlement, according to the filing, all parties agreed to a confidentiality provision, including Mary Trump.
President Donald Trump speaks at the Students for Trump conference at Dream City Church, Tuesday, June 23, 2020, in Phoenix.
"Her attempt to sensationalise and mischaracterise our family relationship after all of these years for her own financial gain is both a travesty and injustice to the memory of. our beloved parents", Robert S Trump said in a statement cited by the newspaper. "1999-3949-A-002.pdf" target="_blank">court's ruling, "Robert claims such publication [of the book] would be violative of the terms of a nondisclosure/confidentiality agreement contained in a stipulation of [a] settlement signed by Robert, his siblings Donald and Mary, as well as the respondent and her brother Fred".