Trump’s book sells 200,000 copies in just six weeks

President Trump’s first post-White House book, “Our Journey Together,” sold a stunning 200,000 copies within the first six weeks of it being released.

“Our Journey Together Sells 200,000 Copies in First 6 weeks,” Trump announced through his Save America PAC Tuesday.

Sergio Gor, founder of Winning Team Publishing alongside Donald Trumo Jr., celebrated the milestone on Twitter, writing, “Congratulations to President Donald J. Trump on his new book OUR JOURNEY TOGETHER!’

As numerous publishers attempted to prohibit Trump from publishing books, “Our Journey Together” grossed more than $1 million in sales within the first 24 hours of it being announced.

“We have seen such an incredible response to President Donald Trump’s newest book,” Gor told the Washington Examiner. “Selling a million dollars worth of books in 24 hours is just extraordinary.”

Trump made the unexpected announcement that he would be releasing a book back in November. The book was revealed through an exclusive statement shared with the Washington Examiner and Washington Secrets Columnist Paul Bedard.

“Today I am thrilled to announce I will be publishing a wonderful book in time for Christmas! ‘Our Journey Together’ is a collection of beautiful photos captured during our successful time in the White House. From center stage to behind-the-scenes — this is a must-have for all Patriots,” Trump announced.

The coffee style book reflects the most unforgettable moments of the Trump presidency through 300 photographs handpicked by President Trump. Each photograph contains special captions written by Trump himself.

“These proud accomplishments stand in stark contrast to the destruction of our country taking place right now,” the 45th president contended.

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