According to rumors from the USA, Apple TV + has picked up the rights to “Confidence Man,” a book written by New York Times writer and journalist Maggie Habermann that has collected more than 200 sources, including interviews with Donald Trump himself and some. From his former aides, to tell the story of the life of the former US president as a businessman first in New York and after his election to the White House.
Apple decided to buy the rights to turn the book into a series but then decided not to pursue the deal.
In Maggie Haberman’s book — which is on sale on Amazon and from which Trump has distanced himself by talking about “made-up stories” — there are revelations of all kinds, such as the time he was about to fire his daughter Ivanka and son-in-law Jared Kushner, the idea of bombing drug labs in Mexico (which shocked the secretary Then-US defense Mark Esper), fear of dying from coronavirus, details about trying to overturn the 2020 election “at any cost,” problems with his tax return, destruction of official documents in the White House restroom, mistaking his staff members belonging to ethnic minorities for waiters and many other revelations. .
Perhaps for the sake of a quiet life, Apple at one point preferred to block production of the series for Apple TV +, despite the initial agreement.
“Honestly, it doesn’t seem like anyone in Hollywood is really interested in broaching this topic,” a source who wished to remain anonymous told the outlet. anchor. “The British did it with Boris Johnson, but we can’t face the fact that we elected Trump president.”
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