Dozens of journalists invoked a classic snobby line of attempted high-brow crticism, comparing former Special Counsel Robert Mueller's "unexciting" Wednesday testimony to a book that's better than the movie.
Matt Kepnes traveled constantly for a decade - never hanging his hat in one place - learning some valuable lessons along the way.
Cruz reportedly lamented Fox News' adoption of Trump during the GOP nomination race and raged about the channel's bias after the Wisconsin primary.
"Many of the things written about me have been false, so this book is my chance to lay myself bare."
Author Alexander Nazaryan claimed the president "almost welcomed" the idea of bringing his controversial former campaign manager back into the fold.
Fans wanted another season with the Monterey Five, but there was just one problem: Moriarty hadn't written a sequel.
"Right now, I'll never rule anything out," Trump Jr. told Fox News host Sean Hannity in March when asked if he planned to run.
"Eventually Trump, either as a sitting president or as a private citizen, will find out that he is not above the law and will be held accountable for his duplicity and his aiding and abetting of Russia," Kenneth McCallion told Newsweek.
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders has been compared to President Donald Trump for failing to release his full tax returns, but he said he will by April 15.
"The Hill to Die On," by Politico journalists Jake Sherman and Anna Palmer, paints Jared Kushner as naive and arrogant.
"My book is an argument that they need to be held to account," author Vicky Ward said of Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner.
Tiny Atlas Quarterly - a photography-led lifestyle travel brand and social community - has just released their first photo book of stunning images from around the world.
"She has taken advantage of everything that her family name and her wealth offered," Trump biographer Michael D'Antonio added during an appearance on CNN.
"The blacks are immeasurably better off here than in Africa, morally, socially, and physically," the book said.
"We're still keeping the same vision of the show. We still have really diverse comics on, great conversations with different celebs."
Watergate journalist Bob Woodward said Trump "does not know what his self-interest is," often refusing to heed the counsel of his close advisers trying to steer him through issues, crises and scandals.
"I'm 56 years old. I'm not going to rule anything out. I still have a lot of life to live and a lot to contribute," Christie told Newsweek.
Christie claims Trump once told him to lose weight by saying, "You gotta look better to be able to win."
The series is inspired by true events.
The 1944 book has chilling details about Jewish communities across the U.S. and Canada.
The president wanted to "get rid of all the snakes," former Trump aide Cliff Sims says in his new book.
The Texas city mayor and her deputy put the Michelle Obama book tour tickets on expenses, but deny they did anything wrong.
"I'm a big boy who understands how the way this business works. But please, sir, don't ever, ever tell me again that I wasn't fired," Christie said he told Trump.
Ehud Barak, Israel's most decorated soldier and a former prime minister, has released a new book—and he has plenty to say about his onetime coalition partner.
Retired U.S. Army Gen. Stanley McChrystal railed against President Donald Trump, saying he believes the man is "immoral," self-serving and not representative of American values.