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Trump niece's memoir sells nearly 1 million copies on first day

In a book he sold a million copies on the first day his niece, Trump is sick with lies and a narcissist.

More than 950,000 copies of a new book on US President Donald Trump were written by his niece on the first day of its launch in the United States market.

The book "To Match and Never Enaf" (Too Much and Never Enough: How Has My Family Made the Most Dangerous Man in the World?), Whose French version will be published in October, presents Donald Trump as a patient with lies and a narcissist.

The author of the book, Mary Trump, a psychiatrist, accuses the US president of contributing to the weakening of her father, Fred Trump, Jr., Donald Trump's brother.

Fred, Donald Trump's older brother, died in 1981 when he was 42 years old after suffering a heart attack that his family linked to his alcoholism ten years ago.

Fred Jr. was living under the pressure of his family that prompted him to work with his father on real estate development while he aspired to become a pilot.

The book is the first unfavorable description for the president by someone from his family.

The 950,000 copies were sold in one day, including pre-orders in addition to the audio and digital versions, which is a record for the publishing house "Simon & Schuster," according to what the house announced in a statement Wednesday.

The White House described the book as "full of lies" fueled by unfounded "allegations".

It is reported that Robert Trump, another president's brother, resorted to the law to prevent the book from being published, but to no avail.

The company requested the printing of additional copies, which would make the number of printed copies 1.15 million for the American market alone.

The book topped the Amazon sales list in Canada and Australia. 

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