Then-presidential candidate Donald Trump holds a copy of his book, The Art of the Deal in June 2015. Publishing industry staff are conflicted over the possibility that he will publish a memoir after leaving The White House. Photo: Reuters Then-presidential candidate Donald Trump holds a copy of his book, The Art of the Deal in June 2015. Publishing industry staff are conflicted over the possibility that he will publish a memoir after leaving The White House. Photo: Reuters
Then-presidential candidate Donald Trump holds a copy of his book, The Art of the Deal in June 2015. Publishing industry staff are conflicted over the possibility that he will publish a memoir after leaving The White House. Photo: Reuters
US Politics

Donald Trump’s memoir would be a cash cow and a moral dilemma – how publishers will deal with a score-settling book to follow those by Barack Obama, Mary Trump and John Bolton

Donald Jr, Sean Hannity and Sarah Huckabee Sanders have already sold their stories in tell-all tomes and a presidential memoir on top would be a gold mine for publishers – but will their left-leaning workers walk out, like they did at Hachette over Woody Allen’s recent autobiography?

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Then-presidential candidate Donald Trump holds a copy of his book, The Art of the Deal in June 2015. Publishing industry staff are conflicted over the possibility that he will publish a memoir after leaving The White House. Photo: Reuters Then-presidential candidate Donald Trump holds a copy of his book, The Art of the Deal in June 2015. Publishing industry staff are conflicted over the possibility that he will publish a memoir after leaving The White House. Photo: Reuters
Then-presidential candidate Donald Trump holds a copy of his book, The Art of the Deal in June 2015. Publishing industry staff are conflicted over the possibility that he will publish a memoir after leaving The White House. Photo: Reuters
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