Book publisher Simon & Schuster announced on Monday that it would release "Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man" on July 14, two weeks earlier than originally scheduled. The tell-all book, written by Donald Trump's niece Mary Trump, claims to expose how the president's toxic upbringing turned him into a controversial figure.

The move comes after a New York appellate judge on Wednesday reversed a lower court judge's decision that halted the publication. The book reportedly sheds a negative light on Donald Trump and his family.

“From this explosive book, we learn how Donald acquired twisted behaviors and values like these,” Simon & Schuster notes in a press release. “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.”

Robert Trump, the President’s brother and the uncle of Mary Trump, filed legal action to block the release of the book on the basis of it violating a non-disclosure agreement signed in 2001. The agreement was reportedly signed after a court battle that was fought by Mary Trump, 55, and her brother, Fred Trump III, over their share of their late grandfather's estate.

Mary Trump has been unable to comment on the matter directly due to legal reasons.

“The act by a sitting president to muzzle a private citizen is just the latest in a series of disturbing behaviors which have already destabilized a fractured nation in the face of a global pandemic,” said Chris Bastardi, Mary Trump’s spokesperson. “If Mary cannot comment, one can only help but wonder: what is Donald Trump so afraid of?”

“Too Much and Never Enough” is currently the top-selling pre-order book on Amazon. The “high demand and extraordinary interest” were cited as reasons for its early release.

Mary Trump, who has kept a notably low-profile, has frequently clashed with and opposed her family over the years. The New York Times in 2019 cited her as a major source in debunking Donald Trump's claims that his wealth was self-made. She also supported Trump’s opponent, Democrat Hillary Clinton, in the 2016 presidential election.