“The detailed analysis and research of the New York Times revealed for the first time that the assessments I relied on when concluding the Settlement Agreement, which were used to determine my compensation under the Agreement, were fraudulent,” said Mary Trump Jury. confirmation. “I relied on the false assessments given to me by my aunts and uncles and I would never have entered into the Agreement if I knew the true value of the assets involved.”
In an interview with CNN’s Chris Cuomo on Thursday night, Mary Trump’s lawyer, Ted Butros, said there was no reason for the court to continue to abide by the confidentiality agreement.
“The settlement agreement that includes the non-disclosure agreement was a product of fraud, so it is invalid, it cannot be implemented,” Butros said. “It’s one of the many reasons it’s not worth the paper that’s printed at this point.”
The court’s latest allegations – which acknowledge that Mary Trump was the source of the Times’ tax investigation – only reveal teases about the kind of revelations that could accumulate in her forthcoming speech.
Mary Trump’s lawyers said the book was “his own life story as a member of the Trump family – a story involving information about financial and family offenses by the President of the United States and his brothers,” she said. filing on Thursday. “This book deals with issues of profound importance to our country, with critical knowledge about the President of the United States, the years of its formation and the financial transactions of his family. Mrs. Trump offers a personal perspective on President Trump – valuable source material for historians and citizens. “
In her affidavit, Mary Trump claimed that she never envisioned a settlement agreement that could one day prevent her from telling the story of her life.
“I never thought that the Settlement Agreement to resolve distinct financial disputes could prevent me from telling the story of my life or publishing a book that discusses everything in the Book, including my uncle’s behavior and character. “My aunt Maryanne, a former federal judge, or my uncle Robert, a prominent public figure,” said Mary Trump, during his campaign for re-election. “In addition, my uncle, the president, , he spoke about our family and the disagreement in many cases. “
Charles Harder, Robert Trump’s lawyer, did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Thursday’s submission.
Mary Trump’s lawyers claim that if the attempt is to prevent possible damage to the family’s reputation, it is too late.
Robert Trump “worries that Mrs Trump will reveal details about her dealings with The New York Times, her difficult relationship with her family and Trump’s family’s financial dealings. But all of this has been made public.” , Mary Trump’s lawyers said in a statement, citing the Times’ tax investigation and other family news. “Modern news about Mrs. Trump’s costume twenty years ago put a quick link between the Trump family and Mrs. Trump.”