Publisher: High-Demand Trump Book Out of Print Due to Paper Shortage

Publisher: High-Demand Trump Book Out of Print Due to Paper Shortage president donald trump looks toward the media on the south lawn of the white house Former President Donald Trump (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

By Eric Mack | Tuesday, 07 December 2021 07:01 PM

The publisher of former President Donald Trump's newest book, officially released Tuesday, reports there have been over 130,000 copies sold, but supply chain issues are dogging printing.

Trump's "Our Journey Together" coffee-table, picture book is available at 45books.com, but those who order now will receive a Christmas card from the president in time for Christmas, followed by the book in early January, according to Winning Team Publishing's Sergio Gor.

"President Donald J. Trump has sold more books than any other author in the same week by a wide margin – an incredible success," Gor told Newsmax on Tuesday. "Only in Joe Biden's America have higher gas prices, out of control inflation, and printers running out of paper become the unfortunate norm. We look forward to delivering hundreds of thousands additional copies in the new year."

Trump's publisher announced it had sold over 100,000 copies in the first nine days, but it has since gone out of stock due to supply chain issues, including a paper shortage.

Still, since Sunday, Winning Team Publishing has already sold more than 30,000 additional copies for delivery in January, Gor told Newsmax.

"Everybody wanted it," Trump told Newsmax's "Spicer & Co." in an exclusive interview Monday night. "And the reason everyone wants it was, despite all the witch-hunts and all of the Russia, Russia, Russia hoax and the impeachment scam No. 1 and impeachment scam No. 2, we had an incredible presidency what we've done. All of those things I just state and many more, many, many more.

"And people wanted to see it. People were calling, 'pictures, we'll take anything.

"It's a beautiful book," Trump added. "It was a beautiful job. The printer is really fantastic, the job that they've done."

The book is "proudly printed in America," Gor added, noting the publishing world has seen multiple books out of print due to shortages of paper under the Biden administration's supply chain woes.

Among the 130,000-plus copies sold, Gor added none of the sales are to groups and are solely individual orders from 45books.com, Barnes & Noble, or Amazon.