Trump Rakes in over $20 Million from First Book since Leaving Office

President Donald Trump’s first book since leaving the White House has been a huge success, raking in a fortune in sales.

Detailing his time in the White House, the book is filled with previously unseen photos along with personalized captions from President Trump.

In one of the captions, Trump calls Pelosi “f*cking crazy.”

According to CNN, the book, “Our Journey Together,” has grossed $20 million in sales in just under two months

The book sold out and his publisher ordered 300,000 more copies to meet demand.

“We did an initial print run of 200,000 copies,” said Sergio Gor of Winning Team Publishing.

“We still can’t keep up with the customers.

“Trump wants to do another book after seeing the success of this one.”

“Attempting to listen to crazy Nancy Pelosi in the Oval Office — such natural disagreement,” writes Trump in one caption.

Next to another image of Pelosi, Trump wrote, “She was screaming and shaking like a leaf, she’s f***ing crazy, hence the name ‘Crazy Nancy.’”

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Adjacent to a picture of the late GOP Sen. John McCain of Arizona, one of his noted adversaries, Trump notes, “Asking for a job for his wife and I am smiling but I didn’t like him even a little bit.”

Not all in Trump’s crosshairs are political. Of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, Trump writes, “Mark Zuckerberg would come to the White House and kiss my ass. His censorship is terrible for America. His ‘campaign contributions’ even worse.”

Some photos are of Cabinet members Trump appointed himself, like Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark Milley and former Secretary of Defense Mark Esper.

“General Mark Milley looks like he’s praying, and ‘Yesper’ (who said ‘yes’ to everything,) doesn’t know if he’s alive,” Trump wrote.

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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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