Book by Trump Niece Due 2 Wks. Early

It will likely have the effect of an earthquake, as Americans prepare this fall to mark their ballots.

The publisher of a forthcoming tell-all book about President Donald Trump and his family by his niece Mary Trump said Monday it was moving up the date of the book’s publication by two weeks, to July 14.

The publisher’s change in release date comes days after a New York state appeals division judge lifted a temporary legal restraint on Simon & Schuster from publishing the book issued by a trial court judge.

Simon & Schuster in a statement cited "high demand and extraordinary interest in this book” for advancing its release date. The book, “Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man,” currently is the bestselling book on, which is pre-selling copies.

President Trump’s brother, Robert Trump, has filed several court actions seeking to block release of the book.

Robert Trump argued that Mary, 55, is violating a nondisclosure agreement with him, the president and their sister, retired federal appeals court Judge Maryanne Trump Barry, by discussing family issues.

That NDA was signed in 2001 after a court fight by Mary and her brother, Fred Trump III, over a share of the estate of Fred Trump Sr., the president’s father. Mary and her brother are the children of Fred Jr., who is deceased.

The publisher’s release also says: "From this explosive book, we learn how Donald acquired twisted behaviors and values like these: Financial worth is the same as self-worth; humans are only valued in monetary terms; A 'killer' instinct is revered, while qualities like empathy, kindness, and expertise are punished; Taking responsibility for your failures is discouraged; Cheating as a way of life."