Donald Trump's latest best-selling memoir, Crippled America, hits stores today. The initial reviews are fantastic, like you wouldn't believe. The cover image features a ruthlessly handsome Trump posed pensively, with a touch of agony and fortitude thrown in, characteristics befitting a man who, according to the jacket bio, "is passionate about fixing America." How does it compare to all of the other fabulous Trump book covers? We've ranked the best ones here:
10. The Best Golf Advice I Ever Received (2005)
Half-assed, low-energy, devoid of class.
9. Time To Get Tough (2011)
Bold, modern, disjointed. Smiling is a sign of weakness, even in an immaculate suit.
8. Midas Touch: Why Some Entrepreneurs Get Rich—And Why Most Don't (2011)
Elegant design, Trump's gaze is pure boardroom bravado, but winners don't share covers.
7. The Art of The Deal (1987)
The classic that started it all.
6. Trump 101: The Way to Success (2006)
Shrewdly minimalist, with flagrantly sexual letter-play.
5. Think Like a Champion: An Informal Education in Business and Life (2009)
Big Dogs don't let the titles of their books get feature billing; they write their names in solid gold.
4. Surviving At The Top (1990)
Sharp, celestial, avant garde. A thinking man's cover.
3. Crippled America (2015)
Exquisitely captures the tortured essence of Obama's failed America.
2. Think Big And Kick Ass In Business And Life (2007)
The Trumpean ideal.
1. The Art of The Comeback (1997)
Name in gold? Check. Is it massive? CHECK. Mona Lisa smile and a ravishing gaze that penetrates the most fortified sanctums of the human soul, sexual and otherwise? Check and check. Bonus points for whimsical prop deployment.
Full disclosure: The author is a Trump campaign donor and #1 Trump fan.