The book made the Publisher’s Weekly and Wall Street Journal lists.
- Political commentator and Newsmax host Dick Morris’ book The Return: Trump’s Big 2024 Comeback has been conspicuously absent from the New York Times‘ best seller’s list.
- The Return outsold most of the books on the publication’s top 15 list and made it to No. 7 on Publisher’s Weekly hardcover nonfiction list as of Monday morning in its 13th week in the top 25.
- The book also made The Wall Street Journal’s list for hardcover nonfiction at No. 8 for the week ending Sept. 10.
ABOUT THE BOOK:
- “In his new bestseller ‘THE RETURN’ Morris explains that we cannot repeat 2020—and we can’t let the Democrats get away with it again or America is lost,” said one description of the book. “Dick Morris provides the road map that Trump is prepared to implement in his effort to take-back the White House and the nation.”
- “Conservatives and MAGA supporters must realize that there are new rules. The Democrats, Big Media, Soros, and the Deep State have decided Trump must be stopped at any cost,” the description went on. “In ‘THE RETURN’ Morris reveals how to beat the Democrats and the radical left at their own game – and getting freedom-loving Americans to rise up for Trump and our democracy.”
- American Faith previously reported that The New York Times was accused of censoring a book written by political commentator Alex Jones about the World Economic Forum’s future plans.
- Fox News’s Tucker Carlson called out the New York Times, saying the news outlet lied about what book was the best-selling book from last week.
- “Last week, the paper told us that the best-selling book in the United States was a title called ‘I’m Glad My Mom Died’ by a child actress called Jennette McCurdy. But that was not true. That book was not the best-selling book in America,” Carlson explained on his show “Tucker Carlson Tonight.”
- “In fact, the best-selling book in America last week was ‘The Great Reset: And The War For The World’ written by Alex Jones. Jones sold more than 56,000 copies of his book last week,” the host went on, saying that the book the Times said took the top spot only sold 34,686 copies.