Donald Trump and father Fred Trump at opening of Wollman Rink, Nov. 6, 1987.Dennis Caruso | New York Every day Information | Getty ImagesWASHINGTON — President Donald Trump is a textbook narcissist and his late father, the true property developer Fred Trump Sr., was a sociopath, writes the president’s niece, Mary Trump, a medical psychologist and the creator of the forthcoming “Too A lot and By no means Sufficient: How My Household Created the World’s Most Harmful Man.”The extremely anticipated household tell-all is because of be launched subsequent Tuesday. CNBC has obtained an advance copy of the manuscript.On the root of President Trump’s narcissism, writes his estranged niece, is a childhood that was scarred by the emotional abuse Trump suffered by the hands of his father and by his mom’s absence because of a prolonged sickness. Mendacity, dishonest and hiding one’s true emotions have been all rewarded within the Trump family, Mary Trump writes, and because of this, these behaviors are all basic components of President Trump’s persona. For her uncle, “mendacity was primarily a mode of self-aggrandizement meant to persuade different folks he was higher than he really was,” writes Mary Trump.To today, Trump exaggerates his personal accomplishments recurrently, even below the tough glare of the presidential highlight, the place his claims are swiftly disproved. Trump’s lies are additionally nicely documented. Based on The Washington Put up’s truth checkers, between his inauguration in January 2017 and April of this yr, Trump has made a staggering whole of 18,000 false statements.As for Trump’s dishonest, Mary Trump writes that it dates all the best way again to his teen years, when she alleges that her uncle paid somebody to take the school entrance examination, the SAT, in his place. Mary L. TrumpSource: Peter Serling, copyright 2020On Tuesday, White Home deputy press secretary Sarah Matthews denied that Trump had paid somebody to take the SATs for him, calling the declare, “utterly false.” Matthews additionally disputed Mary Trump’s characterization of the president’s relationship together with his father. “The President describes the connection he had together with his father as heat and mentioned his father was superb to him,” mentioned Matthews. “He mentioned his father was loving and in no way arduous on him as a baby.”In June, President Trump’s brother Robert Trump filed a lawsuit in search of to bar the e-book’s publication, on the grounds that it violated a confidentiality settlement that Mary Trump had signed a long time in the past.The go well with remains to be pending, however the e-book’s writer, Simon and Schuster, informed a decide final week that hundreds of copies of the e-book had already been shipped out, making all of it however unattainable to forestall the e-book’s contents from being made public.A psychological portraitThe e-book is one half tragic household memoir and one other half medical evaluation of President Trump’s persona.”By limiting Donald’s entry to his personal emotions and rendering lots of them unacceptable, Fred [Trump Sr.] perverted his son’s notion of the world and broken his potential to dwell in it,” writes the president’s niece.Elsewhere she writes, “Nothing is ever sufficient. That is far past garden-variety narcissism; Donald is just not merely weak, his ego is a fragile factor that should be bolstered each second as a result of he is aware of deep down that he’s nothing of what he claims to be.””The very fact is, Donald’s pathologies are so complicated and his behaviors so typically inexplicable that developing with an correct and complete prognosis would require a full battery of psychological and neuro-physical assessments, that he’ll by no means sit for,” she writes at one other level within the e-book. Mary Trump additionally describes her uncle as having been sheltered from the true world and from the results of his personal habits. “Donald has been institutionalized for many of his grownup life, so there isn’t any solution to understand how he would thrive, and even survive, on his personal in the true world.”Too A lot and By no means Sufficient by Mary L. TrumpSource: Simon and SchusterTrump, 74, has additionally been enabled all through his life, she writes, by individuals who have permitted him to violate guidelines and mores with impunity.Trump’s presidency and the a number of crises at present engulfing the nation, Mary Trump writes, are the “finish results of Donald’s having frequently been given a move and rewarded not only for his failures however for his transgressions — towards custom, towards decency, towards the legislation, and towards fellow human beings.” Trump’s coronavirus responseMary Trump ranges particularly sharp criticism at her uncle’s dealing with of the worldwide coronavirus pandemic, which has to this point contaminated nearly three million Individuals and claimed the lives of almost 130,000. Based on his niece, Trump was unable to acknowledge the specter of the coronavirus pandemic early this yr as a result of “in Donald’s thoughts, even acknowledging an inevitable risk would point out weak point.”She provides: “Taking accountability would open him as much as blame. Being a hero — being good — is unattainable for him.”The previous six months of the pandemic, says Mary Trump, have revealed the president to be a “petty, pathetic little man — ignorant, incapable, out of his depth, and misplaced in his personal delusional spin.””He’ll withhold ventilators or steal provides from states that haven’t groveled sufficiently,” she writes, including: “What Donald thinks is justified retaliation is, on this context, mass homicide.”Trump repeatedly complained this spring about governors he felt had given him inadequate credit score for serving to their states purchase lifesaving coronavirus provides. In March, Trump mentioned he had instructed Vice President Mike Pence to not attain out to governors who weren’t “appreciative” sufficient of what the Trump administration had accomplished for his or her states. “If they do not deal with you proper, I do not name,” Trump mentioned.”I say, ‘Mike, do not name the governor of Washington. You are losing your time with him. Do not name the girl in Michigan. It does not make any distinction what occurs,'” Trump mentioned, referring to Washington Gov. Jay Inslee and Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer.For Mary Trump, the dynamic she noticed between Trump and the governors in the course of the pandemic was a well-recognized one. Her father, Fred Trump Jr., “could not retaliate when his little brother mocked his ardour for flying due to his filial accountability and his decency, simply as governors in blue states, determined to get sufficient assist for his or her residents in the course of the COVID-19 disaster, are constrained from calling out Donald’s incompetence for concern he would withhold ventilators and different provides wanted with a purpose to save lives,” she writes. “Donald realized a very long time in the past tips on how to choose his targets.””Too A lot and By no means Sufficient: How My Household Created the World’s Most Harmful Man,” is scheduled for launch on July 14, two weeks sooner than the July 28 date the writer had initially introduced. — CNBC’s Kevin Breuninger contributed to this report.