The first question I have is, "what took you so long to tell us what we already know?
A tell-all book by President Trump's niece Mary, a licensed clinical psychologist, will now be published next week, two weeks earlier than expected, the publisher Simon & Schuster said Monday.
The book portrays the president as a "damaged man" with "lethal flaws" who "threatens the world's health, economic security, and social fabric."
Mary Trump remains entangled in a legal battle over whether she has violated a confidential settlement agreement. But the court case will not affect the release of the book.
"Due to high demand and extraordinary interest in this book, 'Too Much and Never Enough' by Mary L. Trump will now be published on July 14, 2020," Simon & Schuster said Monday.If anyone had damaging, incriminating evidence against Trump and failed to release it when it might have helped save American democracy, I don't know why they held onto it and I don't know why we shouldn't question their motives.
This is why I don't lionize people like Michael Cohen and James Mattis and all the rest. They were well positioned in life to do the right thing and they failed to do it. Mary Trump knew everything about her famous uncle and I just don't remember her writing any books or speaking out in 2015 and 2016 when it might have done some good. And if Mark Burnett really is sitting on tapes of Trump using the "n-word" and worse, then his failure to release them is unethical and disgusting.
I don't care what Mary Trump has to say. It plays into the victimization game that Trump and his surrogates play so well because the media doesn't understand what is really happening to our democratic institutions. This is another distraction from the lawlessness and the savaging of the Federal Government.
Everything that Trump has done out in the open and with the approval and endorsement of the Republican Party is already enough to conclude that he is not fit for office and should be removed immediately. Anything that detracts from that is an opportunity to change the subject.
Honestly, if you couldn't see this coming when Trump came down the escalator, I don't know what to do for you.
And this is a separate thing entirely from Trump's victims. I completely understand why they did not come forward. No one wants to see their life ripped apart. The women who have accused Trump of rape and sexual assault are not to be condemned for wishing to hide from the vicious wrath of his supporters. That's not what this argument is about. Women who choose when and where to report their victimization should be given a pass because of the inequality of our legal system.
No, if you knew Trump was a criminal and a thug and said horrible things in public or private and if you sat on that, hoping to cash in, you do not deserve to be considered a hero.