President Donald Trump may think that special counsel Robert Mueller's damning report on his actions is "total bullsh*t," but that isn't stopping it from being a hot seller.
CNN's Brian Stelter brings word that Mueller's report is in such hot demand that two separate versions of it now occupy the top two spots on Amazon's bestselling books chart.
"Skyhorse's version of "The Mueller Report," which advertises an introduction by Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz on the cover, has consistently led the sales pack," Stelter reports. "On Thursday night it was No. 3 on Amazon's constantly-updated chart; on Friday morning it hit No. 1. The Washington Post's version of the report, which is being published by Scribner, is close behind at No. 2 on Amazon."
There is even a third version of the report, which is being published by Melville House, that has already hit No. 13 on the chart on Friday morning.
Although Trump earlier this week tried to portray Mueller's report as a "total exoneration," the report actually details 10 separate instances that could constitute obstruction of justice, including ordering former White House counsel Don McGahn to fire Mueller and then lie about it after the fact.