Trump is planning to use his new book, “Tulum: The Biggest Deal of the Year,” to launch his new real estate management business, according to a report on Thursday from the Washington Post.
The newspaper quoted a person familiar with the book as saying Trump will unveil the book in an upcoming address to the National Association of Home Builders convention.
Trump, whose presidential bid was derailed by a concussion, will also address the association’s convention, according the person, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss private conversations.
The president-elect’s campaign said the book would not be published in bookstores.
The Post said Trump’s book would “be the first book by a major U.S. political figure to focus on the problems facing America’s real estate industry.”
The book will be co-written by the real estate magnate, real estate mogul and real estate developer Donald Trump Jr. and former President Donald Trump.
Trump said the new book would provide a “critical insight into the real and dangerous threat” posed by climate change.
In addition to the book, the president-trump administration is also planning to host a “Make America Great Again” conference.
It is not clear whether the event will include a talk on climate change, the environment or whether Trump will be a featured speaker.
The event is expected to draw an estimated 100,000 people to a sprawling convention center in downtown D.C. in the summer of 2020.
The D.A.R.E. conference is the largest gathering of real estate professionals in the country, according a White House official.