Clinton Cash: A Graphic Novel will debut at #1 on the New York Times graphic novel bestsellers list, according to data released by the Times’ book review.
Like the New York Times bestselling book and documentary film that inspired it, Clinton Cash: A Graphic Novel, adapted by Chuck Dixon and Brett R. Smith, follows the shady connections and dealings between the Clinton Foundation donors, paid speeches given by Bill Clinton, and actions approved by the U.S. State Department while Hillary Clinton was Secretary of State.
Since its highly-anticipated August 8 debut, the book has already entered its second print after seeking out in less than 24 hours. In a matter of days, the book quickly rose to the #5 spot on the Amazon bestsellers list.
Clinton Cash: A Graphic Novel conveys the fact-based reporting found in Clinton Cash “in a way that makes it accessible to people who don’t have time to sit down and read a serious nonfiction book,” Clinton Cash author Peter Schweizer told Fox & Friends.
“I think millennials love this sort of approach because it’s humorous. They put in humor. It’s a lot of great visual images.”
Propelled by online endorsements from talk radio host Mark Levin to the infamous non-profit publisher of corporate and government documents WikiLeaks, Clinton Cash: A Graphic Novel beat out the popular comic book Batman: The Killing Joke to snag the NYT #1 bestseller spot.
“Stunningly illustrated, hilariously retold, and inspired by the blockbuster book that reshaped the contours of the presidential election, Clinton Cash: A Graphic Novel brings to life Hillary and Bill’s brazen plot to fleece the planet for maximum profit,” publisher Regnery said in a press release.
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