REPORT: CNN’s Jim Acosta Does In-Store Book Signing And Sells About 30 Books

CNN’s Jim Acosta just published a new book and he is clearly very proud of it.

Unfortunately for him, not many people are as interested in his new work as he is. He showed up at a bookstore in Virginia this week to sign books in person and only sold about 30 books.

The Daily Caller reports:

JIM ACOSTA’S ‘QUIET’ BOOK SIGNING: 30 BOOKS SOLD

CNN White House Correspondent Jim’s Acosta’s tell-all book, “The Enemy of The People,” describes his time “fighting on the front lines in President Trump’s war on truth.”

Acosta showed up Wednesday to the Barnes & Noble in Arlington, Virginia, for an impromptu book signing. Acosta tweeted out pictures of himself at the “surprise signing” displaying a stack of books and himself signing one.

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An Arlington Barnes & Noble employee told The Daily Caller the signing was not a planned event, but Acosta had called the store in advance to alert them he would be coming. The employee told the Caller the signing consisted of Acosta standing behind a counter and signing books for about an hour.

“It was kind of very quiet — he showed up and signed,” she said. She said there were “no customers waiting for him to sign his book” — he simply appeared without an announcement.

A manager at the Arlington Barnes & Noble told the Caller that the store sold “like 30-or-something” copies of Acosta’s book while he was there. He said the store still has some of Acosta’s books in stock.

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He looked so excited about it, too.

He apparently takes some cheap shots at FOX News hosts in the book. Who could have guessed?

Jim is a hero in his own mind.

Just ask him.

 

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