A children's book written by a former member of the Trump administration is being sold by the former president.
Trump wants to give the book to kids. Trump posted on Truth Social that he wanted to put the book in every school.
…Let’s put this amazing book in every school in America. Big tech should not get to suppress the truth. Click here to buy: https://t.co/y4wL8d2WWj
— Donald J. Trump (from TRUTH.) (@DJTrumpOnTRUTH) June 1, 2022
The plot against the king was written by a Trump loyalist.
The work is being presented as both fairytale and fact by the publisher. The book is described as a "fantasy re-telling of the terrible true story".
For kids, a key player in uncovering one of our nation's biggest injustices tells the whole story. According to a statement by the publisher, the author brings a tale of Hillary's plot against Trump to the entire family. He believes that it is important for people to know the truth.
The book focuses on an evil plot by Hillary Queenton and her "shifty knights" to reveal that King Donald was trying to cheat his way into the Oval Office. In the book, he attempts to prove that King Donald was not guilty.
According to the book, the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election was triggered by the discredited dossier on King Donald and the Russionians. The book states that the document was written by Hillary Queenton and put in a steel box.
The summer of 2016 saw the launch of the U.S. intelligence's investigation. According to the probe, Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered the launch of an influence campaign to get Donald Trump elected in 2016 in order to undermine public faith. The Senate Intelligence Committee supported those findings.
There were numerous links between the Russian government and the Trump campaign found in the investigation. There was no collision, according to William Barr.
Trump likes the idea of the world being written by a man.
The former president's photo was included in an Amazon review of the book. This will be great.
According to a statement to Brave Books obtained by Fox Business, the book publisher was temporarily suspended from the ad platform due to circumventing policy.
The publisher may have broken the rules. The company doesn't want users to feel misled by the content promoted in Shopping ads, and referred to "promotions that represent you or your products in a way that is not accurate, realistic, or honest."
He blasted the move as a witch hunt.
The article was first published on HuffPost.