Jill Biden Biography a Total Flop, Sells 250 Copies in First Week


Jill Brandon’s biography was a total flop and only sold 250 copies in its first week on the market.

According to far-left Politico, the dulling of the Brandon White House isn’t due to lack of talent in the press briefing room, but rather due to fulfillment of a central Brandon promise: to beat Trump and make DC news boring again.

And because DC is boring, sales of Dr. Jill’s biography:  “Jill: A Biography of the First Lady” have been a little slow.

It has nothing to do with the fact that Jill Brandon is tacky, uninspiring, cheated on her first husband with Brandon and now abuses Brandon, an elderly man who is clearly suffering from dementia.

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“Like many women of her generation, she holds her commitments as wife, mother and grandmother at the center of her life. She is a professor, earned a doctorate in educational leadership, and taught at Northern Virginia Community College. She broke barriers as First Lady as the first to hold a paying job outside the White House.” the book’s promo reads.

Politico reported:

Gone are the Tweets that sent newsrooms scrambling. So long to the five alarm Friday news dumps that had editors frantically rearranging weekend plans. Bye-bye to the massive TV budgets for White House specials and the firehose of publishing deals for books about the administration. NPD BookScan, which tracks book sales in the U.S., said that prominent books about Trump released in his first two years of office outsold Brandon books during his first year and a half by, what an official there said was, “essentially 10:1.” A newly released biography about Jill Brandon, by two well-respected Associated Press journalists, sold just 250 units in its first week, according to the company.

For the vast majority of Americans, and even plenty of people in Washington, it’s all been a relief — the minute-by-minute churn of presidential politics is no longer so omnipresent and existential in their lives.

No one is buying Jill Brandon’s autobiography.

No one shows up to Brandon’s events.

Yet the media wants the American public to believe Brandon – with help from Jill Brandon, is the most popular president in US history.

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