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(FILES) This file photo taken on September 11, 2018 shows veteran journalist Bob Woodward's latest book "Fear: Trump in the White House" being displayed for sale upon release at a Costco store in Alhambra, California. Fire and Fury," "A Higher Loyalty," "Fear": three books about Donald Trump have each sold more than a million copies in the United States, a first that reflects Americans' fascination with their ever-surprising president.Frederic J. BROWN / AFP

Donald Trump helps publishers sell millions of books both pro and con

"Fire and Fury," "A Higher Loyalty," "Fear": three books about Donald Trump have each sold more than a million copies in the United States, a first that reflects Americans' fascination with their ever-surprising president.

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