On Tuesday morning, President Trump let the world know that he didn’t care about the numerous things being written about him.
As it turns out, he could be referring to at least three different books (we won’t dive into the articles, since there are plenty of those choose from). We break down the possibilities below.
The most obvious choice is the new memoir from the president’s 2016 Democratic rival, which was released Tuesday. The book includes Clinton’s description of the secondÂ 2016 presidential debate, during which then-candidate Donald Trump loomed behind her onstage.
“Two days before, the world heard him brag about groping women,” she wrote.Â “Now, we were on a small stage and no matter where I walked, he followed me closely, staring at me, making faces. It was incredibly uncomfortable. He was literally breathing down my neck. My skin crawled.”
Trump spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Tuesday that she wasn’t sure if the president planned on reading the book since “he’s pretty well versed on what happened.”
NBC News’ Tur recounts her time on the campaign trail in her own memoir, also out Tuesday. In the memoir, the journalist details the 500-plus days she spent covering the Trump campaign. And unlike some of her colleagues, Tur was often singled out on the trail by Trump, who took to calling her “little Katy.”
She describes a moment in which Trump unexpectedlyÂ kissed her on the cheek: “Before I know whatâ€™s happening, his hands are on my shoulders and his lips are on my cheek. My eyes widen. My body freezes. My heart stops.”
So, technically the news about this book broke after the president’s tweet, but rumors of the projectÂ has been floating around media circles for days. The book, to be written byÂ New York Times reporters Haberman and Thrush,Â will focus on the first years of the Trump administration. Haberman in particular is known for being something of a Trump whisperer, which could draw the president’s attention.
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