Court Rules Trump’s Niece Is Free To Discuss Her Book

NPR reports:

A New York judge late Monday lifted a restraining order against Mary Trump, niece of President Trump, that had prevented her from speaking publicly about her new tell-all book, Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man.

The Trump family had tried to block both Mary Trump and her publisher from releasing or distributing the book, which is scheduled to go out on Tuesday. An earlier ruling freed Simon & Schuster to move forward with producing the book.

The lawsuit was raised by Robert Trump, the president’s younger brother. A temporary restraining order requested by the younger Trump had previously blocked the book’s release, but that order had already been scaled back in an appeals court.

Mary Trump is #1 on Twitter this morning.