The debut for “Fire and Fury,” with its stories of a chaotic White House, is near 400,000 copies.
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"Fire and Fury" sold 29,000 copies, BookScan announced Wednesday. But Wolff's explosive tell-all about the Trump administration only came out last Friday and BookScan's weekly sales run through Saturday."Fire and Fury" seemed to catch everyone off guard, from the Trump administration to publisher Henry Holt and Co., which has raised an initial announced printing of 150,000 to more than 1 million.Clinton's book, about her stunning presidential election loss in 2016 to Donald Trump, had one of the biggest first weeks in recent history for a nonfiction book."Fire and Fury" was supposed to come out Tuesday but Holt moved up the release in response to popular demand and to threats of legal action by Trump, who has denounced the book as fiction.
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