Bibliography of Donald Trump

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This bibliography of Donald Trump is a list of written and published works, by and about Donald Trump, 45th President of the United States. Prior to his 2016 campaign for U.S. president, Trump was already the focus of many books describing his life as a businessman and politician.[1] Works written by Trump himself include self-help books, personal finance books, political policy treatises, and autobiographies.[1][2]

His first published book in 1987 was Trump: The Art of the Deal, written by ghostwriter Tony Schwartz.[1][3][4] Trump made a practice of hiring ghostwriters and co-authors to write his books.[5][6][7] In some cases the ghostwriters are credited on the cover, while in other instances, including Time to Get Tough (2011) and Crippled America (2015), Trump makes mention of the writer's contributions in the acknowledgements sections.

The Washington Post journalist Carlos Lozada observed that a continuous theme throughout Trump's written works is a focus on Trump himself, such as citing examples from his business in real estate investing and work on television.[2] Parties and individuals discussed in books by Trump are reduced to a zero-sum game, with Lozada writing: "Trump’s world is binary, divided into class acts and total losers."[2] Trump often makes use of hyperbole to illustrate his points in his works.[2] In other books, Trump repeats the same stories of what he views as key successes from his business career; for example, a tale about a 1980s business deal improving the Wollman Rink in Central Park, New York.[2] Trump's published writings shifted post-2000, from generally memoirs about himself to books giving advice about finance.[2]

The amount of coverage in published written works about Trump over time is due to his fame prior to his 2016 presidential campaign.[1] Biographer Michael D'Antonio observed in Never Enough: Donald Trump and the Pursuit of Success (2015) that Trump "has been a topic of conversation in America for almost 40 years. No one in the world of business – not Bill Gates, Steve Jobs or Warren Buffett – has been as famous as Trump for as long."[1] Almost one year after his inauguration as president, The Guardian noted that more than 4,500 English-language books about Trump had been published since he took office, compared to just over 800 works about predecessor Barack Obama during his first year in office.[8] Due to the sheer volume of books about Trump, the titles listed here are limited to non-fiction books about Trump or his presidency, published by notable authors and scholars. Tertiary sources (including textbooks and juvenile literature), satire, and self-published books are excluded.

By Trump

Title Year first published Publisher ISBN / ID Ghostwriter(s) Notes
Trump: The Art of the Deal 1987 Random House ISBN 978-0345479174 Tony Schwartz[3][4] Schwartz discussed his ghostwriting, in a 2016 article in The New Yorker.[9]
Trump: Surviving at the Top 1990 Random House ISBN 978-0394575971 Charles Leerhsen[10] Subsequently, as:
The Art of Survival (1991), ISBN 978-0446362092
Trump: The Art of the Comeback 1997 Times Books ISBN 978-0812929645 Kate Bohner[11]
The America We Deserve 2000 Renaissance Books ISBN 1580631312 Dave Shiflett[12] Published during decision-making process for the Donald Trump presidential campaign, 2000.[13]
How to Get Rich 2004 Random House ISBN 978-0345481030 Meredith McIver[14][15]
The Way to the Top: The Best Business Advice I Ever Received 2004 Crown Business ISBN 978-1400050161
Think Like a Billionaire: Everything You Need to Know About Success, Real Estate, and Life 2004 Random House ISBN 978-0345481405 Meredith McIver[15]
The Best Golf Advice I Ever Received 2005 Crown ISBN 978-0307209993
Why We Want You to Be Rich 2006 Rich Press ISBN 978-1933914022 Meredith McIver[15] Robert Kiyosaki as coauthor. Debuted at number one on The New York Times best seller list[16]
How to Build a Fortune: Your Plan for Success From the World's Most Famous Businessman 2006 Trump University ASIN B000JFQ2RQ Audiobook[17]
The Best Real Estate Advice I Ever Received: 100 Top Experts Share Their Strategies 2006 Thomas Nelson ISBN 978-1401602550
Trump 101: The Way to Success 2006 Wiley ISBN 978-0470047101 Meredith McIver[15] The Washington Post, Politico, and CNN called the work a "Trump University book".[18][19][20]
Think Big and Kick Ass 2007 HarperCollins ISBN 978-0061547836 Bill Zanker[21] Trump and Zanker had prior business dealings through Zanker's company The Learning Annex.[22][23]
Never Give Up: How I Turned My Biggest Challenges into Success 2008 Wiley ISBN 978-0470190845 Meredith McIver[15]
Think Like a Champion: An Informal Education in Business and Life 2009 Vanguard Press ISBN 978-0762438563 Meredith McIver[15]
Time to Get Tough: Making America #1 Again 2011 Regnery Publishing ISBN 978-1596987739 Wynton Hall[24][25]
Peter Schweizer[24][25]
Meredith McIver[26]
On the Issues noted changes in political views compared with prior book The America We Deserve.[27]
Midas Touch: Why Some Entrepreneurs Get Rich – And Why Most Don't 2011 Plata Publishing ISBN 978-1612680958 Second collaboration with co-author Robert Kiyosaki after Why We Want You to Be Rich[28]
Trump Tower 2011 Vanguard Press ISBN 978-1593156435 Jeffrey Robinson It was billed as Trump's "debut novel", and later released with Jeffrey Robinson credited as the sole author.[29][30][31][32]
Crippled America: How to Make America Great Again 2015 Threshold Editions ISBN 978-1501137969 Uncredited ghostwriter[33][34] Subsequently, as:
Great Again: How to Fix Our Crippled America (2016)[35]

About Trump

Author Title Publisher Year first published ISBN / ID Notes
Wayne Barrett Trump: The Deals and the Downfall HarperCollins 1992 ISBN 978-0060167042
Gwenda Blair Donald Trump: The Candidate Simon & Schuster 2007 ISBN 978-1416546542 [36]
Hal Brands American Grand Strategy in the Age of Trump Brookings Institution Press 2018 ISBN 978-0815732785
David Brody The Faith of Donald J. Trump Broadside Books 2018 ISBN 978-0062749598 [37]
Richard Bronson The War at the Shore: Donald Trump, Steve Wynn, and the Epic Battle to Save Atlantic City The Overlook Press 2012 ISBN 978-1468300468
Anastasia Catris Where's Trump?: Find Donald Trump in his race to the White House Orion 2016 ISBN 978-1409167730
Ann Coulter In Trump We Trust: E Pluribus Awesome! Sentinel 2016 ISBN 978-0735214460 The e-book was a New York Times bestseller in September 2016.[38]
Michael D'Antonio Never Enough: Donald Trump and the Pursuit of Success Thomas Dunne Books 2015 ISBN 978-1250042385 Subsequently, as:
The Truth About Trump. St. Martin's Press, 2016. ISBN 978-1250105288.[39]
David Ewen Chasing Paradise: Donald Trump and the Battle for the World's Greatest Golf Course Black & White Publishing 2010 ISBN 978-1845023119
David Frum Trumpocracy: The Corruption of the American Republic Harper 2018 ISBN 978-0062796738
Newt Gingrich Understanding Trump Center Street 2017 ISBN 978-1478923084 The book topped The New York Times' Hardcover Non-Fiction Best Sellers list on July 2.[40]
Joshua Green Devil's Bargain Penguin Press 2017 ISBN 978-0735225022
Luke Harding Collusion: Secret Meetings, Dirty Money, and How Russia Helped Donald Trump Win Vintage 2018 ISBN 978-0525562511
David Horowitz Big Agenda: President Trump’s Plan to Save America Humanix Books 2017 ISBN 978-1630060879
Harry Hurt III Lost Tycoon: The Many Lives of Donald J. Trump W. W. Norton & Company 1993 ISBN 978-0393030297
David Cay Johnston The Making of Donald Trump Melville House Publishing 2016 ISBN 978-1612196329 The author researched Trump for 30 years prior to writing the biography.[41]
David Cay Johnston It's Even Worse Than You Think: What the Trump Administration Is Doing to America Simon & Schuster 2018 ISBN 978-1501174162
Jackson Katz Man Enough?: Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, and the Politics of Presidential Masculinity Interlink Publishing 2016 ISBN 978-1566560832
Michael Kranish and Marc Fisher Trump Revealed: An American Journey of Ambition, Ego, Money, and Power Scribner 2016 ISBN 978-1501155772 Trump urged his Twitter followers not to buy the biography.[42][43][44]
Howard Kurtz Media Madness: Donald Trump, the Press, and the War Over the Truth Regnery Publishing 2018 ISBN 978-1621577263
Bandy Lee The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump Thomas Dunne Books 2017 ISBN 978-1250179456
Corey Lewandowski and David Bossie Let Trump Be Trump: The Inside Story of His Rise to the Presidency Center Street 2017 ISBN 978-1-5460-8330-6
Allan Lichtman The Case for Impeachment Dey Street Books 2017 ISBN 978-0062696823
Jeffrey Lord What America Needs: The Case for Trump Regnery Publishing 2016 ISBN 978-1621575238
Stephen Mansfield Choosing Donald Trump: God, Anger, Hope, and Why Christian Conservatives Supported Him Baker Books 2017 ISBN 978-0801007330
Seth Milstein The Little Book of Trumpisms Portico 2016 ISBN 978-1911042389
Malcolm Nance The Plot to Hack America: How Putin’s Cyberspies and WikiLeaks Tried to Steal the 2016 Election Skyhorse Publishing 2016 ISBN 978-1510723320 The Wall Street Journal Best Seller in nonfiction ebooks[45]
Michael Nelson Trump's First Year University of Virginia Press 2018 ISBN 978-0813941448
Timothy L. O'Brien TrumpNation: The Art of Being the Donald Warner Books 2005 ISBN 978-0446578547 Trump sued the author for libel and the case was dismissed, Trump then appealed, and the dismissal was affirmed.[46][47][48]
John O'Donnell and James Rutherford Trumped!: The Inside Story of the Real Donald Trump – His Cunning Rise and Spectacular Fall Simon & Schuster 1991 ISBN 978-0671737351 Trump called the author O'Donnell "a fucking loser".[49]
Keith Olbermann Trump is F*cking Crazy (This is Not a Joke) Blue Rider Press 2017 ISBN 978-0525533863
Caitriona Perry In America: Tales from Trump Country Gill 2017 ISBN 978-0717179534
Ted Rall Trump: A Graphic Biography Seven Stories Press 2016 ISBN 978-1609807580 [39]
George H. Ross Trump-Style Negotiation: Powerful Strategies and Tactics for Mastering Every Deal John Wiley & Sons 2008 ISBN 978-0470225295
Michael Savage Trump's War: His Battle for America Center Street 2017 ISBN 978-1478976677
Phyllis Schafly; posthumously, with Ed Martin and Brett M. Decker The Conservative Case for Trump Regnery Publishing 2016 ISBN 978-1621576280
Hart Seely Bard of the Deal: The Poetry of Donald Trump HarperCollins 2015 ISBN 978-0062465160
Rob Sears The Beautiful Poetry of Donald Trump Canongate Books 2017 ISBN 978-1786892270
Marc Shapiro Trump This!: The Life and Times of Donald Trump, An Unauthorized Biography Riverdale Avenue Books 2016 ISBN 978-1626012646
Robert Slater No Such Thing as Over-exposure: Inside the Life and Celebrity of Donald Trump Prentice Hall 2005 ISBN 978-0131497344
Jon Sopel If Only They Didn’t Speak English BBC Books 2017 ISBN 978-1785942266
Roger Stone The Making of the President 2016: How Donald Trump Orchestrated a Revolution Skyhorse Publishing 2017 ISBN 978-1510726925
Matt Taibbi Insane Clown President: Dispatches from the 2016 Circus Spiegel & Grau 2017 ISBN 978-0399592461 Book was both on The New York Times Best Seller list and the Los Angeles Times Best Seller list[50][51]
Time editors Donald Trump: The Rise of a Rule Breaker Time 2016 ISBN 978-1683304166
Ivana Trump Raising Trump Gallery Publishing Group 2017 ISBN 978-1501177286
Jerome Tuccille Trump: The Saga of America's Most Powerful Real Estate Baron Penguin Group 1985 ISBN 978-1556110696
Katy Tur Unbelievable: My Front-Row Seat to the Craziest Campaign in American History Dey Street Books 2017 ISBN 978-0062684929
Alan Whiticker Trumped: the Wonderful World and Wisdom of Donald Trump New Holland Publishers 2016 ISBN 978-1742578965
Kevin D. Williamson The Case Against Trump Encounter Books 2015 ISBN 978-1594038778
Michael Wolff Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House Henry Holt and Company 2018 ISBN 978-1250158062

See also

References

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