As the Trump administration continues to hammer the administration for its latest effort to repeal Obamacare, the most popular titles on Amazon.com have fallen below the number of daily reads of the administration’s first five months.
In fact, the number was just under 100,000 titles in August 2017.
But while Trump and his staff continue to try to sell the repeal of Obamacare as the only solution, the administration has not published a single book on Amazon during its first five-month tenure.
In comparison, President Barack Obama published at least 13 books on Amazon in his first five years, according to an analysis by the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.
While there are some notable exceptions to this pattern, it is unlikely that Trump will have many books on his shelves by the time the president leaves office.
Amazon declined to provide data on the books that the Trump White House has published during his presidency.
Trump has also repeatedly said he would not publish books that he disagrees with on the basis that they are not in the public interest.
This, in turn, could have implications for the number and types of books on the market.
The president’s administration has been publishing a wide range of books, with several notable exceptions.
Here are some of the books Trump’s administration published during its initial five-year tenure.
“The Art of the Deal” by Michael Bloomberg: This is the book Trump has cited for the book deal that helped his reelection in 2016.
It is a must-read for anyone interested in politics.
Bloomberg has advocated for reducing regulations, and he has championed policies that encourage entrepreneurship, which is the foundation of the American economy.
Bloomberg also was one of the first business leaders to declare his support for the Affordable Care Act.
He published “The Big Lie” in 2010.
The book is the culmination of the Bloomberg Presidential Center’s work on healthcare and its focus on the impact of health care policy on jobs, the economy and public health.
“America First: A Proclamation to Restore Prosperity” by John Bolton: This book was originally written for the Bush administration and has become a rallying cry for Trump supporters.
The goal is to bring back jobs to the U.S., which it says will be a boon for America.
“A Better Deal: The Making of a Progressive President” by Nancy Pelosi: This memoir is about how the Democratic Party used the Great Depression to push through massive tax cuts and social safety net programs.
The books are written in a way that makes the story feel authentic and is not just a “measure of success” for the party, according the author, who has not released any of the texts.
Pelosi was the first House Speaker to publicly endorse Trump during the election.
“In My Time: The Secret History of Trump’s Presidency” by David Axelrod: Axelrod was a political strategist who served as a top adviser to both presidents Bill Clinton and Barack Obama.
The memoir, which was written by Axelrod’s wife, Valerie Jarrett, and was published in October 2017, was critical of Trump.
Axelrod also wrote the bestseller “The Audacity of Hope” and penned the book “American Carnage: The War on the American People” and “The Myth of the Rich and the Whiner.”
“How We Won: How the United States Built the New Global Order” by George Soros: Soros has become an increasingly prominent figure in politics and policy circles, particularly during Trump’s first term.
This book is a blueprint for how the world should react to the Trump presidency.
“How to Win Friends and Influence People: How to Make Friends in the World and Influence Anyone” by Stephen Bannon: Bannon has become known for his provocative and often controversial views on politics, race, gender, immigration, and other subjects.
This is a book that the president has praised and published, as well.
“What Happened: The Inside Story of the Elected Officials Who Inspired Donald J. Trump to Take on the World” by Peter Schweizer: This work has been praised by Trump as a blueprint to build a populist political movement that can win back the White House.
It details how Trump defeated Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and how his administration worked to keep the peace during the 2016 election.
The bestseller has also been praised for its analysis of the 2016 campaign.
It also has a section about the election results that includes analysis of how Trump and Republicans were able to keep a close relationship with the Clinton campaign, as the book points out.
The “How Trump Won” book series has been called a “book of essays,” and the most recent installment was released in January 2018.