• Sources claim Donald Trump has been flooded with offers to write a book on his presidency 
  • Many former presidents have written books about their time at the White House
  • Sources believe that if Trump were to write a book, it would be a hit

Donald Trump, the incumbent president of the United States, has been approached by a flurry of publishers and TV companies, asking him to reflect on his time at the White House.

According to sources, the 45th president of the U.S. has been “bombarded” with books and TV deals that could fetch him hundreds of millions of dollars, Page Six has learned. The insiders believe that anti-Trump books have always been a massive hit in the market and if Trump decides to pen a book himself, then it would be massive, too.

“Book and TV deals are plan-B if he doesn’t win the vote war. Translate 70 million votes into viewers and record book sales. All the anti-Trump books have made big bucks, so this from the Donald is a surefire hit,” Page Six quoted one source, as saying.

A top book source also told the media outlet that a publishing company named Simon & Schuster might be pretty interested in publishing a book about Trump’s presidency. The company published the president’s last book “Crippled America: How to Make America Great Again” in 2015.

In July 2020, Dana Canedy, the publisher of Simon & Schuster, told the New Yorker that it is really “important” for people to know about minor details about his time at the Oval Office.

“Oh, he’s the President. Everyone who leaves the White House has one or more books in them and that becomes part of public history. I think that would be not only appropriate but important,” Canedy said.

There has been a long history of presidents writing autobiographies covering the period of their presidency.

Martin Van Buren, the eighth president of the United States, was the first commander-in-chief to write an autobiography, entitled “The Autobiography of Martin Van Buren," about his reign in 1920.

Other presidents like Theodore Roosevelt, Herbert Hoover, Harry S. Truman, Richard Nixon, Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, George H. W. Bush, Bill Clinton, and Geroge W. Bush have also written books about the challenges they faced during the presidency.

Barack Obama is the latest to join the list with his upcoming memoir “A Promised Land.” The book is based on Obama’s experiences as a president and will also talk about how people can unite to heal divisions.

The book is scheduled to be released on Nov. 17, 2020.

President Donald Trump was 'acquitted' by the Senate but he remains only the third president to be impeached
President Donald Trump was 'acquitted' by the Senate but he remains only the third president to be impeached AFP / Nicholas Kamm