Donald Trump’s New Election Manifesto Hits Bookshelves in October

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Donald Trump’s next book, his presidential roadmap for “making America great again,” as he likes to say, will be coming to bookstores October 27.

You may have forgotten that, in between stamping his name on skylines, trying to trademark the phrase “you’re fired” and, of course, running for president, his seeming attempts at world domination also extend to many authorial efforts. Trump has published more than a dozen books in the past 20 years on money and politics, such as The Art of the Deal and The America We Deserve.

Trump’s as yet untitled new book will “outline how a crippled America could be restored to greatness,” according to publisher Threshold Editions. Threshold, an imprint of Simon and Schuster, publishes political nonfiction by conservative authors, including Rush Limbaugh and former Vice President Dick Cheney.

Trump’s primary topics will be “the economy, big CEO salaries and taxes, healthcare, education, national security, and social issues.” He will also, of course, discuss his plans for immigration reform.

Veteran author that he is, Trump already seems confident that the new book will be a tremendous success.

“I am excited to announce that work on my new bestseller is almost done,” Trump said, “and I’ll have a new book out from Threshold Editions and Simon & Schuster later this year. Not since The Art of the Deal have I had this much fun writing a book.”

Of course, as far as Trump-related merchandise goes, you may find this to be just as worthy of your money and time.