A tell-all diary composed by President Donald Trump’s niece asserts that he is a “narcissist” who presently compromises the life of each American.

Mary Trump’s book, Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man, depicts her uncle as a fake and a domineering jerk.

The White House rejects claims made in the book, extracts of which have been spilled to US media.

The Trump family has sued to obstruct its 14 July distribution.

‘More than narcissism’

Ms Trump, 55, composes that for her uncle, “nothing is ever enough” and that the US president displays all the attributes of a narcissist.

“This is a long ways past regular narcissism,” his niece, who has a doctoral certificate in clinical brain science, composes of Mr Trump. “Donald isn’t just powerless, his personality is a delicate thing that must be reinforced each second since he knows where it counts that he is nothing of what he professes to be.”

She says the president was affected by watching his dad, Fred Trump Sr, menace her dad Fred Trump Jr – who passed on from a liquor related disease when she was 16 years of age.

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An undated photograph of the Trump kin, from left to right: Robert, Elizabeth, Fred, Donald and Maryanne

Ms Trump composes that Trump Sr was amazingly cruel to his most seasoned child, whom he needed to assume control over the family land business. However, as Ms Trump’s dad floated away from the business, Trump Sr had no real option except to go to his subsequent child, Donald.

It was anything but an upbeat decision, Ms Trump seems to guarantee. “At the point when things turned south in the late 1980s, Fred could not, at this point separate himself from his child’s merciless idiocy; the dad had no real option except to remain contributed,” she composes of the senior Trump’s mentality towards the future 45th US President.

“His beast had been liberated.”

The White House dismissed the case that Mr Trump’s dad had been grating and cruel, saying that the president “depicts the relationship he had with his dad as warm and said his dad was generally excellent to him”.

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