Fred Trump

The president’s niece also suggested why her uncle was drawn to Vladimir Putin in an interview with MSNBC's Joy Reid.
Donald Trump's niece writes in her forthcoming tell-all that the pandemic has increased her uncle's "belligerence and need for petty revenge."
Mary Trump's book, “Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man," was set to hit bookstores in July.
Donald Trump's younger brother plans to file in another court to try to stop publication of a book that reportedly has "salacious" details about the president.
Mary Trump, the president’s niece, is writing a book that will detail her uncle’s mistreatment of his father during his Alzheimer’s decline.
A new tell-all by Mary Trump promises to expose the president's “appalling” treatment of his father.
Mary Trump was also reportedly the source behind a Pulitzer-winning story into Trump’s tax schemes, The Daily Beast said.
The actor and artist portrays the president as a crying, cowardly soldier.
In a new Washington Post interview reflecting on the 1981 death of his brother Fred, the president had a rare moment of admitting mistakes.
"Not a great guy, Caesar," one player adds. "I like Emperors that aren’t murdered. ... Romans come up to me every day and tell me how much they love me."