Never shy to try to extend her fifteen minutes of fame, immediately following her termination from the White House, Omarosa had begun working on the “tell all” book she’d planned on writing all along.

To promote the book, Omarosa claimed she had audio of President Trump using the N-word (which has never surfaced). A book’s first week of sales is the most important, so you’d think a bombshell like that would be something she’d lead with. She also claimed to have hundreds of hours of secret recordings of Trump team members – which the lefties over at Politico listened to and said there was nothing damning in them (just some trivial gossip).

The book could cause some legal hardships for Omarosa, and judging by her book sales, they probably won’t be worth it. As the New York Post reported, “hardcover sales dropped by more than 40 percent after the first week — when she managed to sell 34,000 copies following a Trump Twitter tirade.” This news comes just a week after Omarosa thanked everyone for their “amazing support” for her book. For contrast, Fox News host Greg Jarett’s book “The Russia Hoax” sold over 70,000 during its first week.

“When you give a crazed, crying lowlife a break, and give her a job at the White House, I guess it just didn’t work out,” Trump tweeted prior to its release. “Good work by General Kelly for quickly firing that dog!”

It really makes you think: if Omarosa had even one one-millionth of the dirt on the Trump administration she claims, why wouldn’t she release it now? Absent an act of God, that would be the only way she could save book sales, which continue their downward trajectory to zero every day.

If you do see Omarosa’s book on the bestseller lists in coming weeks, that’s only because rankings are relative. In absence of any new competition, her book could linger on the top ten for another week or two, but it’s not because her sales trends have reversed.

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