'Fire and Fury' book sales top 29000 in first weekend
11 January, 2018, 21:16 | Author: Charlene Valdez
It was unclear whether Trump was referring to a specific statement he believes to be false, but the White House has taken particular issue with author Michael Wolff's account of goings-on in Trump's administration on what it claims is a similar basis.
That number, announced Wednesday, is likely to grow far higher in future reports.
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"The first couple of days of sales figures aren't giving us the full picture", said Kristen McLean, the NPD Group's book industry analyst. The publisher has come under criticism for not printing more copies in advance of the release date. But that book "was hugely anticipated and very well stocked", she said. BookScan, which tracks about 85 percent of the retail market, only counts an order as a sale once the book has been shipped.
The publisher, Henry Holt & Co., has struggled to keep up with demand for the hardcover book.
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Bee, who frequently targets President Donald Trump and members of his administration, has now also slammed the book for its inaccuracies. Audio sales exceed 100,000.
Mr. Hansen said he was in Washington on Friday when Mr. Wolff's hotly debated book, "Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House", was released, but was shocked to realize that some people were snatching up his book of the same name by accident. "Fire and Fury" will appear at No. 1 on The New York Times' hardcover nonfiction list in the edition that runs on January 21.
It has also sued five largest fossil fuel companies for their major contribution to the climate change and its impact on the City. Later on Twitter, de Blasio added, "We are fighting for our lives and we will not wait for anyone else to do it for us".
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USA media are reporting that officials in Ottawa are increasingly convinced that Trump will pull his country out of the NAFTA. The Canadian and Mexican currencies both weakened against the USA dollar after Reuters broke the news.