Jared Kushner, you might say, was the Michelle Obama of the Trump administration. She was the first lady and he was the first son-in-law.
Michelle’s eventual book, “Becoming,” sold 1.4 million copies in its first week.
Jared’s book, “Breaking History,” didn’t do as well – only 59,700 copies according to NPD Book Scan.
“Breaking Wind” debuted on the NY Times bestseller list at number 2, the week of those sales it fell to number 2 for the second week. But the Times is still ten days behind real-time book sales.
“Breaking Legs” is currently number 86 on Amazon’s bestseller list. The Kindle edition is number 1131.
On the Barnes and Noble bestseller list, the hardcover is at 1,248.
Wholesale sales may have fueled the first week on amazon. Reality has set in.
In “Breaking Wind,” Kushner explains how he made millions in the Middle East at the expense of the American taxpayer, taking credit for everything Trump has done. He devotes a single page to the diagnosis of thyroid cancer, which others in the White House have downplayed as possibly not even being true.