And critics on Twitter suggested it could be a short read if fact-checkers are involved, given how a cornerstone of McEnany’s tenure was pushing the ex-president’s falsehoods, despite her promise to never lie.
The 65,000-word biography has a December release date.
It will detail McEnany’s “journey to the White House and offer never-before-told anecdotes about what really happened within the Trump administration,” according to promotional material on Amazon.
McEnany described Trump as “awesome,” “a ray of light” and a “really, really cool guy” in her announcement.
While some Twitter users congratulated McEnany on her book deal, others proposed mocking titles and asked if it would be categorized as fiction.