A Warning knocks Triggered from atop the New York Times nonfiction list amid reports Republicans attempted to boost sales
Nearly ten conservative groups or officials have been accused of inflating sales of Donald Trump Jr.’s new book by purchasing it in bulk. The New York Times reported on Thursday that conservative student group Turning Point U.S.A. is “stocking piling” roughly 2,000 copies of Trump’s book “Triggered.” According to the Times, at least nine organizations [
Michael Steele, former chairman of the Republican National Committee, trashed the organization he once led over revelations that donor money was used to boost sales of Donald Trump Jr.’s new book. The former RNC chair told MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” that he wasn’t a bit surprised by the reports, and said the GOP organization has been [
For Wednesday’s “Trump, Inc.” episode, we spoke to a person who has a lot to say about business corruption and Russian influence in the U.S. He’s also become a central figure in the very story he’s been researching for years. He’s Glenn Simpson. Simpson first came to these issues as an investigative journalist at The [
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“Triggered,” published Nov. 5, topped the best-seller list thanks in part to a big order from the Republican National Committee.
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“We have netted $500,000 for the party fundraising off the book,” an RNC spokesperson said.
U.S. President Donald Trump poses one of the biggest challenges for the European Union because he is "praying" for the breakup of the bloc, European Council President Donald Tusk said.
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POTUS said the first lady was caught off-guard by his visit to the medical centre for a routine checkup and wondered if he had a heart attack.
Lara Trump could win or "at the very least it would be very competitive," retiring Republican Congressman Peter King said.