In her memoir Too Much and Never Enough, set to come out next week, Mary Trump, the niece of President Trump, claims Trump paid someone to take his SAT while in high school. The proxy's scores were enough to get Trump into Fordham University and then the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania — an education Trump brags about to this day, The New York Times reports via an advance copy of the book. Mary Trump, a psychologist, also warns against armchair diagnoses of the president and shares that Trump's sister had huge doubts and criticisms of his 2016 campaign. The Trump family had tried to suppress the memoir's publication, but publisher Simon & Schuster announced Monday it will come out two weeks early.

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