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Eric Trump Shares Preview of New Family Magazine Called 'Trump'

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The Trump family is taking another crack at the publishing industry with their new magazine called "Trump." The president's second eldest son, Eric, shared a snapshot of the cover for the new venture featuring the International Trump Hotel in Washington, D.C.


On his Twitter post, he captioned the photo of what looks like a premiere issue and captioned it with the hashtag: #HotOffThePress.


Aside from his Twitter post, not much information could be found out about "Trump" magazine, except the fact that it promotes various Trump properties, including a tour of the "luxury reimagined" Trump Hotel.

The price of each issue, frequency of publication, and when they will hit newsstands remain unclear.

Previously, Donald Trump entered the magazine business with Trump Style and Trump World between 1997 and 2009.

Trump Style launched in February 1997 and was offered for free to VIP members at Trump's hotel-casino properties, residents in his condominiums, and Mar-a-Lago club members. Trump World was launched in November 2002 to replace Trump Style, but the struggling publication only lasted until the second issue and was shut down after an internal dispute.

An earlier version of Trump Magazine was a Trump World replacement that debuted in March 2006, but it too went by the wayside after another unsuccessful relaunch of the magazine the following year due to poor advertising sales and the Great Recession.

Most of Twitter wasn't on board with Eric's unofficial magazine that boasts a look "Inside the jewel of Palm Beach: The Mar-a-Lago Club," or a peek inside "Trump Park Avenue: The Ultimate New York City Penthouse."


This user had a suggestion for using something hot off the press.


This guy was on a roll.


It's all so preposterous.


The grown-up version of Highlights for Children.


How symbolic.





Help wanted.


What better way to advertise than on Twitter?


With imposing covers like the International Trump Hotel, some people could care less.


As a venture, this revisit to a familiar industry can be summed up as:


H/T - Wikipedia, HuffingtonPost, Time, Twitter