A New York appeal court judge has lifted the temporary restraining order against the publication of a potentially explosive tell-all book, written by Donald Trump’s niece Mary.
In the book, Mary nicknamed the US President as the “world’s most dangerous man”.
Trump’s brother, Robert sought a ban citing a non-disclosure agreement Mary L Trump signed in 2001, hence a temporary restraining order was issued on July 1.
Appeal court judge Alan Scheinkman ruled that the publisher, Simon and Schuster, is not a party to the agreement so the block of their publication of the books is vacated.
The judge, however, postponed addressing the alleged violation of the non-disclosure agreement preventing her from revealing the family’s secrets through a book.