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Too Much and Never Enough

How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man

Mary L. Trump

In this revelatory, authoritative portrait of Donald J. Trump and the toxic family that made him, Mary L. Trump, a trained clinical psychologist and Donald’s only niece, shines a bright light on the dark history of their family in order to explain how her uncle became the man who now threatens the world’s health, economic security, and social fabri...
Publish Date
2020
July 14
Goodreads rating
3.82
ISBN
9781982141462
Recommendations
12
Recommendations
Jul 10, 2020
Great book; great review; great thread 👉      source
Jul 14, 2020
Mary Trump: “The costs and benefits of governing are considered in purely financial terms, as if the US Treasury were his personal piggy bank. To him, every dollar going out was his loss, while every dollar saved was his gain.” 👇🏽 (this book is so good)      source
Jul 17, 2020
@realDonaldTrump So it turns out that there is an intelligent, compassionate, astute Trump after all - read her book. #MaryTrump      source
Jul 19, 2020
@itsJeffTiedrich @realDonaldTrump Great book. What a dysfunctional family.      source
Jul 14, 2020
Well, Eric, understandable you and the family are upset. Within the first few pages she describes your conduct, revealing you are an asshole both privately as well as we all knew publicly! Cindy Adams is over-the-hill for even this octogenarian! Mary’s book is essential reading!      source
Jul 19, 2020
Please read @MaryLTrump’s book, #TooMuchAndNeverEnough. Not for the headline grabbing bits already well publicized, but for the incisive, thorough, & devastating analysis of @realDonaldTrump’s deeply damaged psyche. Folks, he’s not going to get better. We are in serious trouble.      source
Aug 23, 2020
In sharing this I will also use this opportunity to recommend @MaryLTrump’s book. Specifically the audio version. It’s not your typical political book. She talks a lot about his dad, upbringing, and family. It helps make sense of a lot of his behaviors.      source
Aug 11, 2020
Mary Trump is my favorite Trump. After reading her riveting book, my heart breaks for her dad Freddy. She is proof that no matter where you come from, you can speak truth to power and inspire the nation. If you haven't read her book yet, get on with it already.      source
Aug 11, 2020
@LeeDeline1 I’ve been reading the Mary Trump book. It’s pretty good, about what you’d expect.      source
Jul 16, 2020
[email protected] is going to hate this. It’s a very good book. People say it’s the best book. Breaking all kinds of records. I wonder where Trump’s adult children, lawyers, and so-called loyal friends were... how did they let this happen? It’s their fault, you know. 🙃      source
Jul 19, 2020
The best analysis of ⁦@realDonaldTrump⁩ I’ve read, drawn from his niece’s book, and filtered through ⁦@MonicaHesse⁩’s brilliant mind: “It doesn’t make him look like a weak man. It just makes him look like a scared boy.” #WeakLittleBoy      source
Jul 19, 2020
I’m reading Mary Trump’s book. As the granddaughter of a psychoanalyst, it’s actually fascinating. She identifies the West Wing as essentially a “total institution” in sociological parlance- a great observation. Trump is institutionalized, and not for the first time.      source