Trump officials are anxiously awaiting the books set to be published by actual colleagues, chief among them counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway and Jared Kushner, who plan to write their own accounts of the Trump presidency.
“I think it’s fraught right now as to who is telling the truth,” said a Trump adviser. “They’re all trying to go back in time and curate their own images.” Privately, former administration officials and top campaign aides have shared concerns about Conway’s upcoming tell-all in particular.
The ex-president’s loyal former counselor is expected to give a hold-no-punches account of her time in the White House and those she worked alongside. Conway herself sat down with Trump for her book at Mar-a-Lago.
Read the full article. There’s much more.
The rush of books related to Trump seems like an avalanche compared to past administrations. And Trump officials are anxiously awaiting the books set to be published by actual colleagues. https://t.co/BWMxswWvEO
— POLITICO (@politico) July 15, 2021