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Trump's fired campaign manager writes book
01:27 - Source: CNN

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The Washington Post obtained an advance copy of the book

The book, "Let Trump Be Trump," will be released Tuesday

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In a new book to be released Tuesday, Corey Lewandowski, who was fired as Trump’s campaign manager during the election, and David Bossie, another top aide, detail what it was like to work with Trump when he was running for President.

The Washington Post – which obtained an advanced copy of the book, “Let Trump Be Trump” – reported several anecdotes from the campaign, including that then-press secretary Hope Hicks used a steamer to press Trump’s pants while he was still wearing them and that Trump’s typical order from McDonald’s consisted of “two Big Macs, two Filet-O-Fish and a chocolate malted.”