The British bookstore chain Waterstones is quoting a really related critic to promote copies of Michael Wolff’s bombshell e-book Hearth and Fury: Contained in the Trump White Home.
Reuters editor Robin Pomeroy posted this photograph Wednesday on Twitter. It’s a Waterstones show that includes President Donald Trump’s personal ideas on the e-book. “Filled with lies,” the signage says.
The shop quotes a tweet Trump despatched on Jan. four, only a day earlier than Hearth and Fury hit shops. In reality, the e-book’s writer, Henry Holt & Co., moved up the discharge date after Trump’s legal professionals despatched them a cease-and-desist letter trying to cease its publication.
Slightly reverse psychology on the a part of Waterstones, maybe?
A ballot from February 2017 confirmed that 56 % of the British public thinks of Trump as “untrustworthy.” If Trump thinks this e-book is “stuffed with lies,” then perhaps our associates throughout the pond ― 56 % of them, anyway ― will reply to the e-book with an open thoughts.
Properly performed, Waterstones.