Almost all of the world’s elites have brutally attacked Donald Trump.
The entertainment industry and other politicians have attacked him the most.
But now Donald Trump is ready to spill the beans on Oprah Winfrey, the Clintons, and other high-powered elites.
Most Americans forget that Donald was a world-wide celebrity before he ran for political office.
And he certainly was a part of the jet-set crowd, hobnobbing with high society types, world leaders, and of course movie stars, TV personalities, and other entertainment industry kingpins.
Stabbed in the back
But as soon as Trump first became a serious contender for the Republican nomination, his high-society friends started turning their backs on him.
Many even stabbed him in the back.
People who had been friends of Trump suddenly went on the attack.
While much of it was expected from people like Bill and Hillary Clinton, as well as most of Hollywood, some of the attacks were unexpected.
But now Trump is getting ready to set the record straight.
The former President will soon share the way many of these celebrities viewed him privately by releasing a treasure trove of letters written to him over the past 40 years.
The release will be in the form of a new book from Trump.
According to a book promotion on the Winning Team Publishing website, the photo book includes 150 letters to Trump along with a commentary on them from the former President.
“Before President Donald J. Trump created the most significant political movement in American history, he had already achieved tremendous success as one of America’s most prominent real estate moguls and acclaimed media personalities,” the publisher’s post said.
Oprah Winfrey weighs in
According to Axios, one of the letters even comes from Hollywood celebrity and Democrat Oprah Winfrey.
“Too bad we’re not running for office,” she wrote to Trump in 2000. “What a team!”
Winfrey’s note referred to a book written by Trump in 2000 called The America We Deserve.
In the book, Trump said his “first choice for Vice President would be Oprah Winfrey.”
“Americans respect and admire Oprah for her intelligence and caring. She has provided inspiration for millions of women to improve their lives, go back to school, learn to read, and take responsibility for themselves. If I can’t get Oprah, I’d like someone like her,” Trump wrote at the time.
Oprah seemed honored and even open to the idea.
She sent him a handwritten note on stationery that says “Oprah” at the top.
“I have to tell you your comments made me a little weepy,” she wrote. “It’s one thing to try and live a life of integrity — still another to have people like yourself notice.”
Of course, that all changed.
Trump wrote in his new book that while he thinks Winfrey is “amazing,” he admitted that politics came between them.
“Sadly, once I announced for President, she never spoke to me again,” he wrote.
A virtual who’s who of prominent people
In addition to letters from Winfrey, the book includes letters from dozens of other past and present world leaders, politicians, entertainment icons, and professional athletes.
Some of the letters are from Bill and Hillary Clinton, Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan, Princess Diana, Ted Kennedy, North Korea’s Kim Jong-un, former New York Governor Mario Cuomo, Arnold Palmer, Jay Leno, and Liza Minnelli.
“Long before entering politics, Donald Trump lived an extraordinary life. No book highlights his iconic relationships like Letters to Trump,” President of Winning Team Publishing Sergio Gor said.
And long before politics, it seems like the world’s elite thought the same way about Trump.
Patriot Political will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.