Clinton Book Sales Sluggish In First Week Compared To Trump Bestseller List Debut

Kerry Picket Political Reporter
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Sales for Hillary Clinton’s latest book, “Stronger Together,” show consumer interest in her policy outline as way down. According to Nielsen BookScan, The New York Times reports, only 2,912 copies were sold in book’s first week on sale.

Although Clinton and her running mate, Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine, push their book during stump speeches on the campaign trail, none of her supporters are going out of their way to buy copies.

Clinton’s Republican opponent Donald Trump had a better run this year at the book store. His campaign policy book, “Crippled America,” debuted on the New York Times best seller list at #5 and has sold 239,000 copies since its November release, The Dallas Morning News reported this week.

“Stronger Together” — $10.97 Paperback/$4.99 Kindle

“Crippled America” — $10.30 Paperback/$15.33 Hardcover

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