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Jay Mostel's Book Featured in ALA Annual Conference and Exhibition 2022

By: WebWire

“Why Donald Trump in 2024” by Jay Mostel was displayed by self-publishing and book marketing company ReadersMagnet at their exhibit at booth 1147 for the 2022 American Library Association (ALA) Annual Conference & Exhibition on June 24–27, 2022, at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, Washington D.C.

This book, written by Trump supporter Jay Mostel, was released in time for the upcoming 2022 midterm elections.

“Why Donald Trump in 2024” is a must-read for Republicans, especially Trump supporters and allies, who want to chill a bit before November 8. Jay Mostel described his compact political humor book as “a fun book to read, short stories with a subliminal political message.” The title subject, however, only appears in the final chapter, “What Next?”, and what it means for the midterm elections this year and the Presidential elections in 2024.

Since it is getting closer to the 2022 midterm elections, this book has energized Republicans who hope to replicate the red wave of 2016. It is known that people are fed up with the policies of the Biden administration, and the GOP has a lot to gain from the rejection of critical race theory and other progressive programs by the general public.

If you are interested, you can order a copy of the book from Amazon, Barnes & Noble or directly from the publisher, at Bookbaby.

“Why Donald Trump in 2024”
Author | Jay Mostel
Published date | May 27, 2022
Publisher | BookBaby
Book retail price | $12.00

Author Bio

Jay was born in Bronx County on October 3, 1946. In 1973, he married Ilona Kertesz. They have 2 daughters, Deborah Rinn and Meredith Pyle. They have 8 grandchildren – Caleb, Sam, Olivia, Zev, Azi, Akiva, Rina, and Sivan. Jay received a BBA from Bernard Baruch College and then received an MBA from Adelphi University. He is a Licensed Nursing Home Administrator in New York State. He was a Vice President at the Sephardic Home in Brooklyn and then was the CEO of the Sephardic Geriatric Foundation in New York.

Jay was recently elected as a Republican Committeeman in District 22 in Palm Beach County, Florida. He resides with his wife in Boynton Beach, Florida.

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