Like social networks, publishing houses do not seem to be opening the “door” to former US President Donald Trump. What the former White House chief describes as “the book of all books,” according to leading US publications, quoted by Politico will not be taken over by any of the major publishing houses, for fear that there may be inaccuracies.
When Trump left the White House in January, the Washington Post wrote that he had filed 30,573 false allegations while in power.
Former presidents traditionally publish memoirs when they step down, as happened with Trump’s predecessor, Barack Obama.
In January 2018, Michael Wolff published the book “Fire and Fury”, which turned out to be a gold mine due to sales and media coverage.
In a statement last week, Trump, 75, said he had rejected two book deals from publishers, whom he did not name. “I do not want a deal now,” he said. “Anyway, I’m writing like crazy, and when the time comes, you’ll see the book of all books.”
Arrangements with publishing houses have not been easy for the right-wingers, who wrote about the deadly attack on the US Capitol on January 6, 2021.