A wave of new books singing the praises of former President Donald Trump as he mulls another run at the White House are reportedly set to be released in the coming weeks.
Former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows on Monday announced his book, “The Chief’s Chief” will be out Dec. 7, but other former top aides are also penning books on the 45th president, the Washington Examiner reported.
The wave comes ahead of Trump’s own possible second shot at the presidency.
“As we approach the halfway point of the first year of the Biden presidency, the American way of life is crumbling,” Meadows writes, the Washington Examiner reported.
A statement from publisher All Seasons Press — created after a January call by writers and literary professionals for publishers to shun deals with Trump administration members — contends Meadows’ book bolsters Trump administration policies.
“The southern border of the United States is effectively wide open, inflation is rising, and the country is hurtling toward defaulting on its debt. It is a failure of leadership unlike anything we have experienced in decades,” the publisher declares, the Washington Examiner reported.
“This is an important book, and we need it now more than ever,” Kate Hartson, All Seasons Press’ editor in chief, told the news outlet.
“Mark Meadows debunks the lies from the left, and shares the true story of the Trump presidency with the millions of Americans who supported President Trump, and long for him to be back in the Oval Office.”
The publishing house is also releasing Navarro’s book. Kellogg’s is being published by Regnery Publishing, long a home to conservative writers.
What’s unclear still is whether Trump will release his own book about his presidency, the news outlet reported.
© 2021 Newsmax. All rights reserved.