Trump Hints at Future Book

Former President Trump said he rejected book deals from “two of the biggest and most prestigious publishing houses” amid a report that top publishing companies are skeptical of landing a deal with him for a post-White House memoir.

“Two of the biggest and most prestigious publishing houses have made very substantial offers which I have rejected. That doesn’t mean I won’t accept them sometime in the future, as I have started writing the book,” Trump said in a statement to The Hill on Tuesday.

The statement, first reported by Politico, comes amid a report from the news organization that major publishing houses in the U.S. are wary of teaming up with the former president to publish a potential book.

Politico reported Tuesday that the underlying factor driving the companies’ caution is the fear that the content in the book would not be accurate.

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