Mary Trumps Book Sells Record 950000 Copies On First Day

Mary Trumps Book Sells Record 950000 Copies On First Day

Mary L. Trump's tell-all on President Trump, "To an extreme and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World's Most Dangerous Man," set a first-day record for Simon and Schuster after the distributer said Thursday it sold 950,000 duplicates, including presales.
The consolidated print, computerized and sound version deals beat out previous national security counsel John's Bolton's blockbuster "The Room Where it Happened," another reprimand on the president distributed by Simon and Schuster, that was discharged a month ago. Bolton's book sold 800,000 duplicates in its first week.

"'To an extreme and Never Enough' has entered the national discussion such that couple of books ever do, turning into a social marvel and should peruse for anybody looking to comprehend the solitary relational intricacy that delivered the most influential man on the planet today," Simon and Schuster CEO Jonathan Karp said in an announcement, as indicated by The Los Angeles Times. "It is immediately a noteworthy mental representation and a work of memorable significance."

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