Jared got a book deal before his father-in-law
Trump claims he has book deal offers
But...nobody wants his memoir
Trump says he is
Kushner's book to come out in 2022
So far untitled
Will Kushner's book be a hit or a miss?
Some think the book will be far from the truth
The Trump Whisperer?
A pivotal role
Plenty of controversies
Will he talk about the pandemic?
Publishing industry debate
Mike Pence's book caused protests
Will it be truth or fiction?
Jared Kushner beats Donald Trump to the punch with his "tell-all" book
(1/18)
Jared got a book deal before his father-in-law

Donald Trump has been bragging for a while now that he has been writing an extraordinary book about the truth regarding everything that happened during his time at the White House. However, it seems his son-in-law and former presidential adviser, Jared Kushner, has beaten him to the punch.

Jared Kushner beats Donald Trump to the punch with his "tell-all" book
(2/18)
Trump claims he has book deal offers

Although the ex-president has made proclamations about having fantastic book deal offers with major publishers before, nothing official has ever come to light.

Jared Kushner beats Donald Trump to the punch with his "tell-all" book
(3/18)
But...nobody wants his memoir

According to 'The Guardian, ' "major figures in US publishing said on Tuesday that no big house is likely to touch a memoir by the 45th president."

Jared Kushner beats Donald Trump to the punch with his "tell-all" book
(4/18)
Trump says he is "writing like crazy"

However, Trump has been quoted as saying he has been working on "the book of all books." According to 'The Guardian' last week, Trump released a statement saying "he was “writing like crazy” and had turned down two offers “from the most unlikely of publishers,” a claim widely disputed within the industry."

Jared Kushner beats Donald Trump to the punch with his "tell-all" book
(5/18)
"The headaches outweigh the potential"

'Politico' asked the powers that be at the Big Five publishing houses if they had heard anything about Trump's supposed book deal. They received this answer from Keith Urbahn, president of Javelin literary agency: “It doesn’t matter what the upside on a Trump book deal is, the headaches the project would bring would far outweigh the potential in the eyes of a major publisher.”

Jared Kushner beats Donald Trump to the punch with his "tell-all" book
(6/18)
"A fact-checking nightmare"

Keith Urbahn also told 'Politico,' “Any editor bold enough to acquire the Trump memoir is looking at a fact-checking nightmare, an exodus of other authors, and a staff uprising in the unlikely event they strike a deal with the former president.”

Jared Kushner beats Donald Trump to the punch with his "tell-all" book
(7/18)
Kushner's book to come out in 2022

Kushner's book is set to come out at the beginning of 2022 and will be published by Broadside Books, a conservative imprint of HarperCollins Publishers.

Jared Kushner beats Donald Trump to the punch with his "tell-all" book
(8/18)
So far untitled

As of yet, the book doesn't have a title, but according to 'The Guardian,' Jared has already begun to write the memoir, which will include "everything from the Middle East to criminal justice reform to the pandemic."

Jared Kushner beats Donald Trump to the punch with his "tell-all" book
(9/18)
"...the truth from behind closed doors"

According to The Associated Press, Broadside released this statement about Kushner's book: “His book will be the definitive, thorough recounting of the administration — and the truth about what happened behind closed doors.”

Jared Kushner beats Donald Trump to the punch with his "tell-all" book
(10/18)
Will Kushner's book be a hit or a miss?

It will be interesting to see how Jared Kushner's book does once it is released. Some speculate that it will bomb and that the book will be full of nonsense.

Jared Kushner beats Donald Trump to the punch with his "tell-all" book
(11/18)
Some think the book will be far from the truth

In an article in 'Vanity Fair' released on the subject, the author wrote: "Given that Kushner, like the Trumps, is not one for self-reflection, and that he’s unlikely to write a book called Here Are All the Ways I F--ked Up, he’ll presumably be glossing over a lot of key moments."

Jared Kushner beats Donald Trump to the punch with his "tell-all" book
(12/18)
The Trump Whisperer?

In the role of Presidential Advisor alongside his wife Ivanka Trump, Jared Kushner was frequently at the center of Trump's policies.

Jared Kushner beats Donald Trump to the punch with his "tell-all" book
(13/18)
A pivotal role

Kushner assisted in working on relations between Israel and the UAE, Bahrain, Sudan, and Morocco to having a pivotal role in passing a criminal justice bill in Congress in 2018.

Jared Kushner beats Donald Trump to the punch with his "tell-all" book
(14/18)
Plenty of controversies

Of course, Kushner has also been involved in plenty of controversies. From his financial dealings to conflicts of interest to the Trump administration's handling of COVID-19.

Jared Kushner beats Donald Trump to the punch with his "tell-all" book
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Will he talk about the pandemic?

The Trump Administration's handling of the pandemic is a particularly sore spot for many. According to The Associated Press, "In April 2020, less than two months into the pandemic, Kushner...dismissed “the eternal lockdown crowd” and also said: “I think you’ll see by June a lot of the country should be back to normal and the hope is that by July the country’s really rocking again.”

Jared Kushner beats Donald Trump to the punch with his "tell-all" book
(16/18)
Publishing industry debate

Kushner's book deal has arrived in the middle of a long and ongoing debate in the book industry regarding which Trump officials, including Donald Trump, can be signed with causing problems for the publishing house.

Jared Kushner beats Donald Trump to the punch with his "tell-all" book
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Mike Pence's book caused protests

When former Vice President Mike Pence was signed this past spring, Simon & Schuster suffered the consequences. Hundreds of the publishing company's employees and thousands of non-employees signed a petition chastising Simon & Schuster for signing Pence.

Jared Kushner beats Donald Trump to the punch with his "tell-all" book
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Will it be truth or fiction?

It will be interesting to see the finished product that will be Kushner's "tell-all" from inside the White House, whether it be truth or fiction. And only time will tell if any publishers are willing to risk their necks and publish Trump's book.

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