Donald Trump is “getting a tremendous endorsement from the president-elect” and he’ll be a “big winner,” according to the presumptive Republican presidential nominee.
Trump, who has been making the rounds to promote his new book, The Art of the Deal, told the conservative audience at CPAC on Saturday that the book was a “massive success” and “the biggest book in history.”
The president-election winner and his book are “getting great endorsement,” Trump said, adding that his endorsement will be “big, huge, massive.”
Trump was joined at CPAN by a host of other conservative figures and figures, including Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT), who said Trump “is an absolute star,” while Rep. Louie Gohmert (R–TX) said he “has the most respect” for Trump.
Trump has been trying to build his own brand since the 2016 election, including a slew of endorsements from the likes of former Texas Gov.
Rick Perry and former Pennsylvania Gov.
Tom Corbett, who both endorsed him before Trump won the presidency.
Trump has also been promoting himself as a conservative leader since his presidential run, and he has also touted his personal brand, with several of his properties and brands being listed on the New York Stock Exchange.
Trump said he’s “getting on the air,” but will “not be running for president,” but that he will be focusing on his new project, which will be called The Art Of The Deal.
The president told the crowd that the plan is to focus on “a very, very big book,” which will “make America great again,” adding that it’s going to be “the largest book ever written.”
“You know what, it’s a very big deal.
It’s one of the biggest deals ever written,” Trump told the CPAC crowd.
“The book is going to have a tremendous impact on this country.
It will be a tremendous hit.”
The book, which was first reported by The New York Times, is slated to be published in 2018, with Trump promising that the proceeds will go to charity.