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Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World's Most Dangerous Man by Mary L. Trump Ph.D.
Mary L. Trump’s unrelenting tell-all, Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World's Most Dangerous Man, records the pathology behind Donald Trumps’ rise as a real estate mogul until his appointment at the helm of power at the White House. Through the lenses of her personal experience and her practice as a clinical psychologist, Ms. Trump amalgamates the true image of Trump that has been insidiously kept from the public eye until today. The public bought Donald Trump's self-made man narrative peddled by the media with all its brilliance, glamour, and prestige. She calls this a myth orchestrated by Fred Sr., with his wealth and influence, and legitimized by financial institutions and mainstream media that had vested interests in his ventures. Condemning his incompetencies in combating the COVID19 pandemic and his mishandling of the BLM protests, Ms. Trump was moved by a moral obligation to expose her uncle and prevent him from doing further damage to her country. In the end, she asserts that Donald would always be a “terrified little boy” whose monstrous thirst for adulation would eventually parch America.
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