In his new book, ‘Letters to Trump,’ President Donald J. Trump unveils a collection of 150 personal letters he received over 40+ years, featuring correspondences from some of the most influential figures in the world.
From Oprah Winfrey to world leaders, celebrities, athletes, and business magnates, these letters offer a unique perspective on historical events and showcase a time when exchanging casual letters between celebrities was commonplace.
Trump’s book highlights his prominence among the elites of the time, including correspondence from President Richard Nixon, Princess Diana, Hillary Clinton, and Chairman Kim Jong Un, among others. Each letter has been carefully selected by Trump himself and is accompanied by his original commentary, providing a personal touch to these historic documents.
Before his remarkable political achievements, Trump had already made a name for himself as a successful real estate tycoon and media personality, and these letters offer insight into his influence among the world’s elite.
While some letters express admiration and friendship towards Trump, others reveal a more complicated relationship. Trump wrote that he still considered Winfrey “amazing,” but admits it’s not mutual. “Sadly, once I announced for President, she never spoke to me again.”
Published by Winning Team Publishing, ‘Letters to Trump’ offers a glimpse into the private collection of letters from world leaders, celebrities, athletes, and business magnates who have played a role in shaping the United States and the world.
As a passionate Republican voter, it’s important to understand the breadth and depth of Trump’s influence, both before and during his time as president. ‘Letters to Trump’ offers a unique perspective on this, and I encourage all Republicans to read this book and gain insight into the world of the elites.