A source told the outlet that Crown Publishing Group will reveal the exact date for the former President's memoir on Thursday, September 17. In 2018, Crown released Michelle Obama's Becoming on November 13, a week after the midterm elections, and sold 1.4 million copies in the first week (10 million were sold by March 2019).
The company bought the world rights to the First Lady's book and the soon-to-be-released memoir in a bidding war in 2017.
The 59-year-old's first memoir, Dreams from My Father: A Story of Race and Inheritance, was released in 1995 and re-published in 2004 after he won the U.S. Senate Democratic primary victory in Illinois.
The Obamas aren't the only ones sharing information from the White House. As OK! previously reported, the former advisor to the first lady, Stephanie Winston Wolkoff, has made several shocking revelations about Melania Trump in her new book titled Melania and Me: The Rise and Fall of My Friendship with the First Lady.
One of the claims in the book states that the Trumps used each other for their careers — and that the marriage between the two was nothing but a "transactional" affair. "I do believe it is a transactional marriage. Donald got arm candy, the Vogue cover legitimized Melania which legitimized Donald as well, and Melania got two dynamic decades," Winston Wolkoff said.