Trump’s new picture book mocked mocked as an ‘Instagram photo dump’

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Critics of Donald Trump have a new target of derision as the former president plans to release his first presidential piece of “writing.”

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A picture book featuring more than 300 photographs taken during one term of the president is due to be released early next month. Published by a company founded by Mr Trump’s eldest son and a former Trump 2020 campaign employee, the book costs $230 for the signed copy or $74.99 for the regular edition, an expensive gift for the coffee table of a Trump loyalist. Is.

It was the target of a joke Monday from Jimmy Kimmel, who quipped that it was an “Instagram photo dump” from the Trump presidency.


Donald Trump Jr. “claims that his father chose every single photo and wrote all the captions himself — that’s exactly how my son’s preschool teacher describes his projects to his mother,” joked Kimmel on Monday.

He showed several pictures from the book, in one of which he mocked Mr Trump, asking, “Who was making a ‘fart’?” The face next to the Queen”, referring to Queen Elizabeth.

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The former president is heavily marketing the book as a Christmas gift to his followers, proving that he intends to capitalize on his presidential brand as much as possible, even as he is considering a second White House bid. Have been

“The book is illuminated with powerful images of the greatness of the past four years,” Mr Trump said in a statement.

Granthshala Trump’s office has reached out for a response to Kimmel’s joke.

Kimmel wasn’t the only one aiming for a book release. Several Twitter users mocked the choice of a picture book instead of the traditional writing for the first offer of the presidency by former presidents, among them Illinois Congressman and Trump impeachment-supporter Adam Kinzinger.

“Anything for the cash! Only $75 dollars for a book of pictures,” he tweeted.

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