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Biography about Jill Biden sells just 250 copies in first week

"81 million votes, but Jill Biden's new biography only sold 250 total copies in 1 week," tweeted author, comedian, and journalist Tim Young.

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Since its release a week ago, a new biography about First Lady Jill Biden has sold a paltry 250 copies in its first week, leading many to question how popular the Bidens really are.

According to its description, Jill: A Biography of the First Lady is intended to "reveal some of the private sides of Jill Biden. We come to better understand her personality, which has held the Biden family together through tragedy and good fortune alike."

According to Blaze, "Twitter reactions to the disappointing book sales had many commentators asking how the first lady to the most popular president in U.S. history could have such pathetic sales numbers."

This is especially telling considering official numbers on the number of people who voted President Biden into office in Nov 2020.

"81 million votes, but Jill Biden's new biography only sold 250 total copies in 1 week," tweeted author, comedian, and journalist Tim Young.

Actor Nick Searcy voiced a similar sentiment on Friday, "loudly" tweeting "EIGHTY-ONE MILLION VOTES FOR THE MOST POPULAR PRESIDENT IN HISTORY."

Blaze further reports that a new book is launching next week, titled This Will Not Pass: Trump, Biden, and the Battle for America’s Future. The book may be more popular than the authorized biography of the First Lady, because it purportedly reveals that Jill Biden strongly objected to Kamala Harris being selected to run for vice president alongside Jill's husband.

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