We will be hearing (or reading) more about presidential candidate Donald Trump as news sources say that his biography will be released months ahead of its original launch date.
According to National Post, Trump's biography, which is entitled Never Enough: Donald Trump and the Pursuit of Success, was originally planned for a January 2016 release. Now, however, that date has been moved to October 6 of this year.
Is this move a plan to get more votes? That may be the case, as the press statement released states that the early release is due to the current "high demand and heightened interest in Republican Presidential candidate Trump."
Donald Trump already has a few books under his name: Trump: The Art of the Deal, Trump – How to Get Rich, Trump – Think Big and Kick A** in Business and Life, and Trump – Never Give Up: How I Turned My Biggest Challenges into Success.
This time, however, the book was written by Michael D'Antonio and published by Thomas Dunne. What's different in The Donald's new book?
Dunne elaborated further, as the LA Times reports.
"…recognizes Trump as an iconic figure of our media-dominated age, a man who parlayed unequaled fame into astounding wealth. Psychologically informed and rich in detail, it is an accurate, compelling, and balanced assessment of Trump's approach to life, business, and politics."Aside from interviews with Donald Trump himself, the book also consists of in-depth interviews with his children, Ivanka and Eric, as well as his ex-wives Ivana Trump and Marla Maples. It is not clear, though, if the biography will cover issues that Donald Trump has dealt with in the past. As we all know, The Donald seems to be a target of controversy.
According to a survey from Bloomberg Politics, Donald Trump is leading in the polls for the presidential race. A total of 500 registered voters (who have identified themselves as Republicans) were asked which candidate they would be their first and second choice for president. Trump was leading as the first choice with 21 percent of votes with Jeb Bush following at 10 percent, while he was in second place for second choice with 8 percent of votes, following Jeb Bush's 9 percent.
Meanwhile, you can read more about why people want The Donald to be president, here, as reported by the Inquisitr.
Do you think Donald Trump's new biography will help him win the presidential race? Will you be grabbing a copy of his new book? Sound off in the comments section below.
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