The book was able to secure the top spot despite a number of controversies and criticism from the left.
President Donald Trump's son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner has been "aggressive" in his border wall demands, according to one unnamed official.
The Saudi government is a part-owner of a company building a Trump-branded property that Kushner's wife Ivanka Trump holds a stake in, a watchdog alleged.
The president's son-in-law also defended himself against comments from Joe Biden that he was not qualified to do his job.
Ivanka Trump reportedly started crying and pleading to a magazine editor that an unflattering story on her husband Jared Kushner be taken down.
The president tweeted Saturday: "Camp David is a special place. Cost of the event will be totally paid for by me!"
During a speech about criminal justice reform, the president credited Kushner for pushing him to sign the First Step Act.
"Their argument is that this is all political and I think all you have to do is read the statement of charges," Attorney General Brian Frosh told Newsweek. "The living conditions—these apartments were not habitable."
Dr. David Shulkin has written in a new book about his time amid the "toxic, chaotic, and subversive" environment of the Trump administration.
"I mean, giddy-up, let's do it," Stephanie Ruhle suggested.
Trump's business ties in Turkey have raised concerns that White House policy is being influenced by the president's own commercial interests.
Kushner has not been mentioned in the spat, in which Donald Trump is accused of pressuring Ukraine to get dirt on Joe Biden.
"We love Jason, so he's always additive to the team," Trump said of Middle East envoy Jason Greenblatt's resignation. "But the plan's in a great place."
The president's son-in-law owns a real estate company with rental properties in the Maryland city that's been cited with hundreds of code violations in recent years, including for rat infestations.
Kushner "figured a higher profile with government ties might do the trick" in digging himself out of debt, the report states.
Trump and Kushner reportedly walk to an Orthodox Chabad shul near their home in the Kalorama neighborhood of Washington, D.C.
Kushner reportedly did not meet with any Palestinian leaders, who believe his peace plan favors Israel.
The president prompted outrage when he attacked Rep. Elijah Cummings and described his Baltimore district as "disgusting" and "rat-infested."
"Maggots, mice and mold. That is what tenants in the Baltimore area say they have experienced in properties owned by Kushner Companies," CNN reporter Randi Kaye said.
"Repairs were made only after the county threatened to withhold rent or issue fines," former Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz said in 2017.
"A merit-based approach makes sense, and most of our members agree with that. But ... it's gonna be a very heavy lift," the Senate Majority whip said.
Betsy DeVos is the eighth Trump administration official the House Oversight Committee found used personal email for government business.
"Jared, what are you talking about?" Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus reacted. "This is as bad as it gets."
The committee seeks to compel witness testimony and documents from several high-profile Trump associates and current and former officials, including the president's son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner.
"I'm not grooming her for office," President Trump added about his daughter and senior White House adviser.
Kushner said, "the door is always open for the Palestinian leadership."
The report quoted anonymous sources saying, "Don Jr. and Jared really dislike each other," and that there is an "escalating cold war" between them over control of the reelection campaign.
"I choose to focus on the values that I share with my husband, and those are the same liberal values that I was raised with," Kloss said.
Several current and former White House and administration officials have reportedly used private email accounts or messaging services to conduct official government business.