Well folks, we’ve got some exciting news today.

We all know that President Trump is a man of many talents, from his success in the real estate world to his stint as a reality TV star on The Apprentice. But did you know that he’s also been corresponding with some of the biggest names in politics and entertainment for the past four decades?

That’s right! A new photo book called “Letters to Trump” is set to be released soon, featuring 150 letters written to Trump over the years, along with commentary from the man himself. Winning Team Publishing, the company behind the book, says that before Trump became a political powerhouse, he was already one of America’s most prominent real estate moguls and media personalities.

One of the most surprising letters in the book comes from Oprah Winfrey, who wrote to Trump in 2000, “Too bad we’re not running for office. What a team!” Winfrey was referring to Trump’s book, “The America We Deserve,” and Trump responded by praising her as “amazing” and saying that he’d like someone like her as a running mate.

But, sadly, politics came between them. As Trump writes in the new book, “Once I announced for President, she never spoke to me again.” It’s a shame, really. Americans respect and admire Oprah for her intelligence and caring. She’s inspired millions of women to improve their lives and take responsibility for themselves.

The book also includes letters from other big names, like Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan, Bill Clinton, Princess Diana, Hillary Clinton, Ted Kennedy, North Korea’s Kim Jong-un, former New York Gov. Mario Cuomo, Arnold Palmer, Jay Leno, and Liza Minnelli, to name just a few.

One particularly interesting letter comes from Regis Philbin, who addresses Trump as “My Dear Trumpster.” It’s clear that Trump had some very close relationships with these people before he entered politics. Long before he was President, he was already a man of great influence and connections.

In fact, as the Associated Press reported last year, Trump and Nixon were frequent correspondents in the 1980s. In one letter from June 1982, Trump wrote to Nixon, “I think that you are one of this country’s great men, and it was an honor to spend an evening with you.” Nixon, in turn, wrote to Trump in 1990 to offer his support and say that the media attacks on him had put Nixon in Trump’s corner.

And let’s not forget about the Clintons. Hillary Clinton wrote to Trump in 2009 to congratulate him on a successful season of The Apprentice, saying that she had been “proud” to appear on the show. Of course, their relationship would take a turn for the worse when Trump ran against Clinton in the 2016 Presidential election.

Now, some might wonder why these letters are being published now, after all these years. Well, it’s clear that Trump still has a lot of fans and supporters, and many people are interested in his life before he entered politics. As Sergio Gor, the president of Winning Team Publishing, said, “Long before entering politics, Donald Trump lived an extraordinary life. No book highlights his iconic relationships like ‘Letters to Trump.'”

So there you have it, folks. A fascinating look into the personal life of one of the most influential people of our time. Love him or hate him, there’s no denying that Donald J. Trump has lived an extraordinary life, and this new book gives us a glimpse into some of the relationships that helped shape him into the man he is today.

Sources: WesternJournal, Winning Team Publishing, Associated Press, Axios

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