The Top 10 Current Fox News Authors | Conservative Book ClubPresident Donald Trump has tweeted praise for nearly two dozen books shortly after watching their authors be interviewed on Fox, according to a Media Matters review of his Twitter feed and of Fox News and Fox Business programming during his presidency. He frequently tweets about segments that interest him in near-real time, triggering international incidents and congressional feuds. I read -- I read areas, I read chapters. I just -- I don't have the time. Their authors are often Fox personalities some of whom serve dual roles as outside presidential advisers or former members of his campaign or administration. He then sends a tweet telling his followers to read their books, often just minutes after the segment airs. By my count, the president has praised 23 different books a total of 27 times after seeing the book promoted on Fox.
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