‘Most read books’ of 2021 led by stories about Donald Trump presidency


NEW YORK — This year, the typical American didn’t read to escape from reality — they read to learn from it. As part of a recent survey to determine the year’s best in pop culture, OnePoll asked 2,000 Americans to indicate which books they’d read from 2021’s New York Times Best Seller list. The result? A surprising trend towards non-fiction and current events, with three of the top five most popular books specifically focused on President Donald Trumps’ final year in office.

In two of these books, the subtitles even mention the former president by name — “Nightmare Scenarios: Inside the Trump Administration’s Response to the Pandemic That Changed History” and “I Alone Can Fix It: Donald J. Trump’s Catastrophic Final Year.” Both books were written by teams of Washington Post reporters.

Meanwhile, the third, “Midnight in Washington,” details Congressman…

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