Mary Trump book: Court parties with the publisher of the entire book told by Trump’s nephew

"Too Much and Never Enough" by Mary L. Trump, from Simon & Schuster

Bad news for President Trump and his younger brother, Robert Trump, who are trying to block all the books that explain that President’s nephew Mary Trump is ready to release Simon & Schuster in July.

On Wednesday evening, a New York appeal court lifted a temporary restraint order against Simon & Schuster, a decision that allowed the publisher to print and send the book to retailers. The court released a temporary restraining order for Mary Trump until the hearing on July 10.

Make no mistake: This is a blow to Robert Trump’s attempt to block the book. Simon & Schuster said that he had printed 75,000 copies of the book and sent the copies to bookstores. According to the hearing on July 10, the publisher’s book will go further in the process of preparation on the date of publication, which will be released on July 28. In other words, the horse will be much closer to get out of the barn.

The appellate court also noted that “although the parties are free to enter confidentiality agreements, the courts are not obliged to enforce them privately,” and that such agreements “are alternatively feasible through objection to money losses”. The proposal that money was damaged could be a way to resolve the legal dispute instead of a precautionary measure, too, does not look good for Robert Trump’s case …

“We are satisfied”

Simon & Schuster celebrated the court’s decision in a statement. “We are pleased with the decision of the Court of Appeal to overturn the Temporary Restraint Order issued by the lower court against Simon & Schuster,” the company said in a statement. Said. The publisher said he supports Mary Trump’s “right to tell his story.” “As everyone knows, there are deep-rooted precedents against pre-release and pre-release precautionary decisions, and we are sure that the pre-measure will be rejected,” Simon & Schuster said.

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Mary Trump’s lawyer to submit a short file on Thursday

Ted Boutrous, the famous First Amendment lawyer, who also represented Mary Trump, who has also represented CNN in the past, welcomed the court’s decision as “very good news.” “We look forward to explaining to our court of jurisdiction for a short time tomorrow, based on the First Amendment and basic contract law, why the same result is necessary for Mrs. Trump.”

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Meanwhile, the dispute had silence by Robert Trump. I emailed lawyer Charles Harder, who represented him, and I did not get a response. Sometimes he can say silence …

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