A potential Trump treatise is turned down by hundreds of editors, writers, and agents who have signed an open letter against him

Hundreds of editors,writers and agents signed an open letter against a letter from Donald Trump after the president. The letter “No Book Offers For Traitors” was written by writer Barry Lyga, as reported by the Los Angeles Times and Publisher’s Weekly. Lyga’s letter defied any book by members of the Trump administration. In part it read: “As members of the United States’ writing and publishing community, we reaffirm that Donald Trump’s administration rights are viewed as a unique mitigating criterion for publishers when it comes to selling books.” The growing co-signers included employees from the top five publishers, Pinguin Random House, Hachette Book Group, HarperCollins, Simon & Schuster and Macmillan. Lyga told Insider on Sunday that he had “knotted” a version of the letter pending for a period of time, but the Capitol -January 6 riots really “crystallized” the idea. Neu then emails people he knows in the publications area asking them to connect. The letter read, “And no one to see the coup on Jan. January 2021, who instigated, bribed, instigated or supported in any other way should see that his philosophy of our geli The same publishers get paid and distributed. “If Lyga is a beginner in tweeters last week, the co-signers will die at the top of the herd. “That was all it took – it grew organically. Many people are enthusiastic about it, ”said a declaration by Lyga.