"Beautiful Things," abysmal sales:
Hunter Biden's memoir sold less than 11,000 copies in its debut week, despite a massive promotional campaign that included appearances by the author and presidential son on CNN, CBS News and ABC's late-night talk show "Jimmy Kimmel Live!"
As of Friday, first-week sales of "Beautiful Things: A Memoir" were 10,638 copies, according to Publishers Weekly.
That's like, really really bad.
I would have expected just the people who were required to buy it by virtue of being in the Bidens' circle to have scooped up more copies than that.
The book by President Biden's son came in 12th, just behind "The Calcium Connection: The Little-Known Enzyme at the Root of Your Cellular Health," by Brunde Broady, a book about teeth health.
Hate to see it.