A source close to the president has reported that Donald Trump is being offered book and TV deals worth about $100 million as part of a ‘Plan B’ if his election legal challenge fails to guarantee him a second term.
On Tuesday, November 10, the source told Page Six that the president is being ‘bombarded’ with lucrative book deal offerings regarding his tenure in the White House as well as TV outlet offers.
‘Book and TV deals are plan-B unless he wins the voting battle,’ said the source.
Translate 70 million votes and record book sales into audiences. All the anti-Trump books have made big bucks, so that’s a surefire hit from the Donald.’
This comes as, amid the expected win, Trump has declined to concede to Joe Biden, alleging voter fraud without presenting any facts to back up the charges.
Former leaders of the White House also seal large-figure deals to give readers a glimpse at life in the seat of government behind the scenes.
A $65 million contract with Crown in 2017 is reported to have been bagged by former President Barack Obama and Former First Lady Michelle Obama, with Barack’s new book ‘A Promised Land’ expected to be published next week.
A book insider, however, told Page Six that Trump’s ‘don’t sound right’ $100 million price tags with no publishers yet to confirm that they are in negotiations with Trump for a book on his time in office.
Due to his work with Trump in the past and the personal relationship of the top boss with him, the insider cited Simon & Schuster as “one publisher to watch.”
‘[Trump’s] last book was released. There, and at Random House, CEO Jonathan Karp released some of his books and went to Melania for Trump’s wedding,’ they told Page Six.