The first month of Donald Trump’s presidency has been a record-breaking one for the president.
That’s because, according to an Associated Press analysis, his popularity and brand are already more than $1 billion ahead of the April quarter when his approval ratings were still high.
And Trump has been doing better than anyone expected.
Trump has sold nearly 4 million books in May alone, up from 1.5 million in April.
And while that’s still far behind what former president Barack Obama sold in April 2016, the number of books sold in May is more than three times that of the same period in 2016.
The sales of Trump’s books are also growing at a faster pace than those of his predecessors.
And as Trump continues to grow his popularity, he’s already surpassed the record set by Ronald Reagan, who sold more than 3 million books.
In May 2017, Trump sold more books than any other president, and was the most popular U.S. president during that period.
The president’s popularity has also increased from the first month in 2016, when it stood at 40.7 percent.
Since then, it has remained steady at around 30 percent.
Here are a few ways Trump’s success has been going: Sales of his books are growing at an incredible rate.
Since April 2018, the president has sold more titles than any president in history.
The total sales of his bestselling books in the first quarter of 2018 are now $2.8 billion, according the AP.
That would be more than 10 times the sales of Ronald Reagan in April, and more than 30 times the total sales in 2016 during his second term.
And his popularity has been surging.
In April, Trump was at just 27 percent approval rating, according a new CNN poll.
By May, he was up to 53 percent approval, according CNN’s latest poll.
And since May, Trump has also risen in popularity with a higher percentage of Americans identifying as “very or somewhat satisfied” with him, according data from Real Clear Politics.
More than 40 percent of Americans are “very satisfied” or “somewhat satisfied” now, compared with about 20 percent in April and 18 percent in 2016 (see chart below).
And Trump’s approval rating has risen in each of his first four months in office.
His approval rating in May has risen from 38 percent in May 2016 to 42 percent in June.
And it rose again in July, climbing to 45 percent in August.
And in September, his approval rating climbed from 33 percent in September 2016 to 36 percent in October.
The fact that Trump has done so well at such a rapid rate is a testament to how popular he is.
And what’s more, the books are actually being read more than ever.
In an effort to get his books out there, Trump’s team is working hard to get them to retailers.
“We’re trying to get people to buy the books because they’re great,” Kellyanne Conway, the counselor to the president, said at a recent White House event.
“And then they’re also reading them.
They’re listening to them.”
Sales of Trump books are increasing by leaps and bounds.
During the first four weeks of May, the sales are up by more than 50 percent over the same periods of 2016 and 2016, according for Amazon.
The book store chain, which sells more than half of the books sold on Amazon, reported a surge in sales for May as Trump’s popularity surged.
And by early September, the Trump books were outselling the books from his predecessor by a wide margin, the Associated Press found.
Amazon reported that sales of all Trump books, including The Art of the Deal and The Artful Deal, topped $1 million in May.
This marks a massive increase from May 2016, which sold more Trump books than all previous U.N. General Assembly sessions combined, according AP data.
And even though sales of the Trump-branded books have been surging, the overall sales of books from Trump’s administration have been stagnant, as far as the AP data is concerned.
Amazon did not respond to requests for comment.
And though Trump’s overall popularity has skyrocketed, his overall brand and reputation is also on the decline.
The books sold by the Trump administration in May are not nearly as popular as those sold by other presidents.
In fact, the two most popular books sold to date by the administration are The Art Of The Deal and Trump: The Art Book.
And both books have sales below the 20 percent threshold required for the books to qualify as presidential literature.
And according to Amazon, those books sold for $1,500 or less are less popular than the books that sell for $50,000 or more.
And the books selling for less than $5,000 are still in demand.
And these books are selling at an astonishing pace.
Amazon reports that books selling in the range of $2,500 to $5.5,999 are still selling well.
And sales of some of