A photo has emerged of former President Donald Trump posing with Hillary Clinton in happier times. Trump and his two sons, Don Jr. (far left) and Eric during a visit to the White House in 1996.
Meanwhile, Tuesday night, former President Donald Trump released a book of letters he received from global stars lamenting the heyday of stage and screen.
The ‘Letter to Trump’ includes messages from presidents, politicians and Hollywood superstars such as Kirk Douglas, golf legend Arnold Palmer, music star Michael Jackson as well as Princess Diana and Oprah Winfrey.
In an age where anyone with a social media account can become an online influencer, or when appearing on a reality show is the ticket to stardom, that makes a difference. nostalgic look at a time when celebrity meant a lot more.
“In previous years, Hollywood was much sexier,” Trump said DailyMail.com.
“It means something to be a star. Today, some are elevated to stardom with little talent and a lot of notoriety.
“It’s just not the same, but a star is still a star!”
The book is published by Publish the winning team, was founded by Donald Trump Jr and Sergio Gor, on Tuesday.
“From President Richard Nixon, to Princess Diana, and from Hillary Clinton, to Chairman Kim Jong Un, no book offers a glimpse of history like “Letters to Trump,” website of the book said.
It costs $99, though fans can get a signed copy for $399.