Donald Trump to Release Book Featuring Private Letters From Celebrities and Political Figures

Former president Donald J. Trump is set to release a new book entitled “Letters to Trump” featuring private letters sent to him by various high-profile figures, including Oprah Winfrey and Kim Jong Un. According to Axios, the book, which captures personal correspondence between the former Commander-in-Chief and some of the biggest names in history, will be Trump’s second since leaving office.

It is a compilation of correspondence from presidents, royals, celebrities, and business titans that the 76-year-old hoarded over four decades at his various residences. Each excerpt includes a photo of the celebrity and Trump’s original commentary regarding his celebrity pen pal. One of the highlights is a 2000 note that media mogul Oprah Winfrey wrote after he had announced he was mulling running for president with the reform party. Unfortunately, Oprah’s endorsement didn’t carry over to Trump’s presidential bid. In the upcoming retrospective, the former president lamented, “sadly, once I announced for President, she never spoke to me again.”

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s correspondence also takes center stage in “Letters to Trump.” His letters were frequently lauded by the “Art of the Deal” author throughout his presidency. Other celeb correspondents include Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan, Bill Clinton, Princess Diana, Hillary Clinton, Ted Kennedy, Mario Cuomo, Arnold Palmer, Jay Leno, Liza Minnelli, and Regis Philbin. The book, slated for an April 25th release, will cost $99, or $399 for a signed copy. The book’s publisher, Winning Team, claims, “no book offers a glimpse into history quite like Letters to Trump!”

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